Saturday, July 28, 2012



is a public art event produced by the

Revival Arts Collective

Come out to experience Dialogues and art experiences on:

Art & Culture

History and Preservation

Health & Wellness

Economic Development


Afternoon Panel Community Engagement

Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm

RAC Moderator: Tempestt Hazel

Panel Dialogue Title: Wait Until My Change Comes": Planting Seeds to Create Community

Location: Tent at SW corner of 47th and King Drive

Panel Dialogue Description:

This panel dialogue will highlight the work of current Bronzeville artists, and will focus on ways in which they are currently engaging or could engage the local community through their respective art forms, as well as discussing ways to organize and connect Bronzeville artists through local networks.


Faheem Majeed

(Artist, Former director of the South Side Community Art Center),

· Breeze Richardson (Director of Strategic Partnerships, WBEZ),

· Robin Rios (Artist, Founder of 4Arts Inc.)

Afternoon Panel Dialogues: Economic Development

Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm

RAC Moderator: Lashana Jackson

Panel Dialogue Title: Black Arts, Black Money – Black Creativity as Cooperative Economics

Location: Tent at 420 E. 47th Street

Panel Dialogue Description:

This panel dialogue will highlight current/proposed Bronzeville economic development initiatives, particularly those involving the arts as a strategy/catalyst. The panel dialogue will also consider "creative micro-philanthropy" and "crowd funding" as particular strategies for providing financial support for artists and businesses in order to further stimulate economic development.


• Bronzeville Alliance - Retail Initiative

• Benita Johnson Gabriel Quad Communities Development Corporation

• Joanna Trotter - Metropolitan Planning Council

• Lee Ried – Revere Properties

• Gregg Brown – South-Side Credit Union

Afternoon Panel Dialogues: Education

Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm

RAC Moderator: Auburn Ellis

Location: Tent at 431 E. 47th Street

Panel Dialogue Description:

This panel dialogue will highlight current/proposed Bronzeville arts education initiatives, whether in-schools or through community-based organizations. The panel dialogue will also address the potential of the arts to address current youth and education issues.


Christina Bourne- Director of Education at the Auditorium Theater at Roosevelt University

Deborah Minor-Harvey- Director: The Right Source, Education Consultant & Camp Butterfly Board Chair

Jeffery Beckham- CEO & Founder of specializing in revitalization through web design and marketing strategies

Meida McNeal- Manager of Performance Arts Learning and Special Projects @ Changing Worlds, & Director @

Turtel Onli- Artist, Founder of "The Black Age" of Comics,

Visual Art teacher at Kenwood Academy

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