- 2012 Downtown Council Annual LuncheonVision for a Downtown KC Arts CampusFriday, December 14, 2012 Grand Ballroom, Kansas City Convention Center 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Imagine a Downtown Campus for the Arts with more than 600 music, dance and art students studying, performing, living and playing in Downtown. Imagine a campus that embraces two of Kansas City’s most respected cultural institutions, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts and the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance. Imagine the possibilities... and their impact on Downtown.The Downtown Council’s 2012 Annual Luncheon will focus on a Vision for a Downtown Arts Campus, one of the Chamber’s Big 5 initiatives and its related economic development for the Conservatory, UMKC and Downtown Kansas City.LUNCHEON OVERVIEW The 2012 Annual Luncheon will serve as an opportunity to learn how to drive the Downtown Arts Campus initiative to a successful outcome. It will also support the efforts of the Mayor’s Taskforce on the Arts as it works to create a Department of Cultural Affairs for the City. The luncheon is set for Friday, Dec. 14 at the Grand Ballroom of the Kansas City Convention Center, overlooking the Kauffman Center. AUDIENCE�-� Employers, entrepreneurs, civic leaders, business owners, property owners, elected officials, innovators, educators, artists, decision-makers interested in the future of Downtown �-� DTC members and prospects, their colleagues, associates, clients and vendors�-� UMKC students�-� Annual Luncheon tickets $60, student rate tbd, sponsorships from $200 to $10,000�-� Attendance goal: 1,000 PANEL DISCUSSION: A CONVERSATION WITH ARTS LEADERS- ENVISIONING A DOWNTOWN ARTS CAMPUSThought leaders include:�-� Joseph Polisi, President of The Juilliard School �-� Peter Witte, Dean, UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance�-� Sly James, Mayor of City of Kansas City, MO CONSERVATORY PERFORMANCE & URBAN HERO RECEPTIONThursday, Dec. 13, 2012Folly TheaterThis year, we will add a showcase performance by UMKC Conservatory students as part of an Urban Hero celebration on the evening prior to the Annual Luncheon. The goal is to provide exposure to the Conservatory’s wide range of gifted performers and to engage Downtown businesses and philanthropic leaders directly in the arts. Conservatory students will also perform during the luncheon. This will be a ticketed event with an attendance goal of 200. HONORARY CO-CHAIRS�-� Leo Morton, Chancellor, UMKC�-� Warren Erdman, Kansas City Southern Contact Ann Holliday, email@example.com for sponsorship information or with additional questions.
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