The City of Greensboro has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) seeking a firm to provide the City with professional services to develop an inclusive, sustainable and comprehensive master plan that capitalizes, enhances and supports the arts in Greensboro.
The consultant will work closely with the Cultural Arts Task Force, a group that includes members from the arts, business and education communities, and co-chaired by Jacquie Gilliam and Councilwoman Nancy Hoffmann. Ex-officio members include Walker Sanders, president of the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, and Tom Philion, president and CEO of Arts Greensboro.
The goal of both the consultant and task force members is to create a Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan (GCAMP) that will serve as a roadmap for sustaining the future viability and vibrancy of the arts community.
Read the full RFP here
. The RFP will be conducted through the City's Greensboro e-Procurement System. Read more
about the system and to register as a supplier. The original proposal due date of May 12 has been extended to June 23.