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February 16, 2015


The City of Houston is seeking input from residents on a variety of topics concerning the Bayou City's future.

These five Community Conversations will help the City better identify a common vision and what matters most when developing the Arts and Cultural Plan.


 The Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs is leading the development of the Arts and Cultural Plan. The City of Houston has many programs, practices and regulations to advance arts and cultural activities. With this Plan, the City aims to create a common vision, goals and coordinated implementation strategies as a practical guide for the City's resources and activities and to identify how the City can best assist efforts by City departments, outside agencies and regional partners.

By aligning arts and cultural priorities with Houston's identity and sense of place, the City can best leverage its cultural assets to enhance everyday life throughout the city and further the development and economic impact of Houston as a world art center and cultural destination of choice for current and future residents and visitors.
Want to make your mark on Houston's future? We need your input! The City wants to make sure that issues important to all Houstonians are reflected in the Arts and Cultural Plan.



No need to RSVP-simply show up and check in with a City representative!

Conversations are open to the public. Refreshments will be provided.

3 Tuesday, February 17th, 6:30-8 p.m.
Charlton Community Center
8200 Park Place Boulevard
Houston, TX 77017

4 Wednesday, February 18th, 6:30-8 p.m.
White Oak Conference Center
7603 Antoine Drive
Houston, TX 77088

5 Thursday, February 19th, 6:30-8 p.m.
Sharpstown Community Center
6600 Harbor Town Drive
Houston, TX 77036

COMPLETED Community Conversations:
1 COMPLETED Monday, February 9th
Fifth Ward Multi-Service Center
4014 Market Street
Houston, TX 77020

COMPLETED Tuesday, February 10th
Sunnyside Multi-Service Center
9314 Cullen Boulevard   
Houston, TX 77033 

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Richard Nguyen • Oliver Pennington • Edward Gonzalez • Robert Gallegos •
Mike Laster • Larry V. Green • Stephen C. Costello • David W. Robinson •
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