Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan (GCAMP)

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Creative Greensboro: Arts and Culture Master Plan


Save-the-Date: Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan (GCAMP) Findings Report Event September 12

You’re invited to hear the initial findings from the Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan (GCAMP) consultants and give your feedback on the initial report 5:30 - 7 pm, Wednesday, September 12, Union Square Auditorium, 124 E. Gate City Blvd.

After months of gathering information including hosting multiple discussion groups, conducting numerous stakeholder interviews, holding community engagement events across Greensboro, and conducting a survey with over 1,000 participants, the consultants have used this data to prepare an initial findings report titled “Creative Greensboro.” We hope you will join us as we look at ways to help keep arts and culture thriving in Greensboro. Visit this web page for updates on this exciting event. 


In recognition of the important role arts play in the local economy and culture, City Council  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. 

Watch this video about the Cultural Arts Master Plan process.

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

2018 Meeting Minutes
January 24
March 21

April 25-28 - Community Engagement Events postponed due to tornado
June 6-9 - 16 Community Engagement Events held for input on arts and culture
June 30 - Survey closed
September 12 - Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan Findings Report Event, 5:30 - 7 pm, Union Square Auditorium, 124 E. Gate City Blvd. 

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.