Creative Greensboro: Arts and Culture Master Plan
Creative Greensboro Survey
Take the survey here:
We want to hear from you! Please take a few moments to complete this survey. We need Greensboro's voices and opinions to inform our planning. Please forward this survey link to your friends and family. A Spanish version is available by clicking on the top right hand corner of the survey. Survey will stay open through June 30.
Watch this video about the Cultural Arts Master Plan process.
We need your input to develop a Cultural Arts Master Plan. Share what you love about the arts and culture here. Let's keep the arts and culture thriving in GSO!
Thanks to all who came out to the 16 community engagement events June 6 - 9, your ideas and thoughts are inspiring and will help shape the Creative Greensboro Arts and Culture Master Plan.
In recognition of the important role arts play in the local economy and culture, City Council has created a task force that will lead the effort to create a Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan (GCAMP). The City has hired a consulting firm to help create this plan called "Creative Greensboro."
Greensboro is a growing and vibrant community and this plan aims to create a foundation to advance and support creative life in Greensboro. Read our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Volunteer Task Force
Co-Chairs: Councilwoman Nancy Hoffmann and Jacquie Gilliam
Members: Brian Greene, Dabney Sanders, Darlene McClinton, Eleanor Gwyn, Laura Way, Linda Sloan, Marty Kotis, Pat Levitin, Peter Alexander, Addy Jeffrey, Beverly McIver, Russ Robinson, Scott Roe, George Scheer, Waiyi Tse, Bob Powell, Josephus Thompson III, Larry Czarda, Jill White and Victoria Milstein
We Want to Hear From You
The GCAMP Task Force will create an inclusive inventory of organizations of all sizes. If you lead a Greensboro arts group, please submit your information online. We've heard from over 111 different arts and culture organizations so far! Be sure to sign-up.
For more information about GCAMP and the Task Force, contact Sarah Healy at 336-373-3763.