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 amy.greil@wisc.edu with your questions or insights.