Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan (GCAMP)

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Creative Greensboro: Arts and Culture Master Plan


Creative Greensboro Update
Due to the recent tornado in Greensboro, the GCAMP Task Force has decided to cancel the upcoming Community Engagement Events planned for April 25-28. We will reschedule at a later time. Our hearts go out those in our community who dealing with the effects of the storm. 

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.

Creative Greensboro is a collaborative effort to develop an Arts and Culture Master plan for the City. Greensboro is a growing, vibrant creative 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, and Victoria Milstein

2018 Meeting Minutes
January 24
March 21

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.

For more information about GCAMP and the Task Force, contact Sarah Healy at 336-373-3763.