Arts As A Vehicle To The New Kenosha Presentation

Register here to attend a free presentation about the hopeful “New Kenosha” during a University Wisconsin-Madison course, offered through the Department of Community and Environmental Sociology, entitled Community Organization and Change.  The course instructor is a fellow Extension faculty member, Annie Jones, Ph.D, who works as the Organization Development and Tribal Nations Specialist at UW-Madison’s Division of Extension and is teaching the semester-long course on campus this Spring 2021.

Kenosha County’s Community Development Extension Educator, Amy Greil, will be co-facilitating the day’s presentation along with Francisco Loyola, the Executive Director of the Kenosha Creative Space.

Event Information:
What:  The “Arts As A Vehicle To The New Kenosha Presentation” offered in collaboration with UW-Madison’s Department of Community and Environmental Sociology’s course Community Organization and Change.
When:  March 11 from 2:30-3:45pm. *The Zoom link to the presentation will be emailed to registrants the day before the class presentation.*
How:  Register here for the FREE presentation offered virtually through Zoom
More Info?  Check out this Kenosha News column for more information about the upcoming presentation.  Also, contact Amy at with your questions or insights.