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DES MOINES – Iowa’s creative community is visible everywhere this summer, from art fairs and cultural events to concerts in the parks and headliners at music festivals and county fairs.

Every other year, this same community gathers at the Iowa Summit on the Arts, the state’s premier arts conference organized by the Iowa Council on the Arts, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs.

The 2022 Iowa Arts Summit includes a three-day program and kicks off with inspiring virtual half-day sessions with leading voices in the arts on August 10 and 11. The Summit culminates with an in-person collaborative conference on Friday. , August 12, at Mainframe Studios in Des Moines.

Registration for the event is now open at www.iowaartssummit.com.

At this year’s Summit, attendees will learn about and discuss the ways that communities of all sizes benefit from a focus on cultivating the creative workforce and partnering with artists.

Summit attendees will hear from a variety of leading voices in the arts. Speakers on Wednesday, August 10 include Pam Breaux, President of the National Assembly of State Agencies for the Arts. Nina Ozlu Tunceli, who serves as Senior Advisor for Government and Public Affairs at Americans for the Arts, will address summit attendees on August 11.

Dynamic sessions and workshops on Friday, August 12, will highlight Iowa’s innovative approaches to addressing local issues through the arts.

Attendees will also hear from communities that have undertaken important projects to support their creative workforce and from Iowa artists who have built a strong creative life in Iowa. Additional sessions will explore youth-focused arts projects and ways to empower artists. creative entrepreneurs.

Visit iowaculture.gov for more information and to register in advance.

• Virtual sessions are free and registration is required.

• The in-person event is $50 and includes breakout sessions, collaborative workshops, and a networking luncheon.

• 8 am to 4:30 pm, Mainframe Studios, 900 Keosauqua Way, Des Moines.

The Iowa Arts Summit scholarships are available to Iowa creatives, arts professionals in small nonprofit organizations, and students currently pursuing an arts-related major at an Iowa college or university. Selected scholarship recipients will receive a complimentary registration for the entire conference, including virtual and in-person events ($50 value).

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