It’s Wait and See On Developing an Arts District in Anacostia

WAMU host Kojo Nnamdi moderated a panel of community, business and arts leaders to discuss these issues before a packed audience. The post It’s Wait and See On Developing an Arts District in Anacostia appeared first on The Washington Informer.

It’s Wait and See On Developing an Arts District in Anacostia
From left: WAMU program host Kojo Nnamdi moderated a panel about creating an Anacostia Arts and Culture District. On the platform were Kristina Noell, executive director of the Anacostia BID; Cora Masters Barry, community arts advocate and a commissioner on the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities; Jay Sun, a filmmaker, musician, and member of the Valley Place Arts Collaborative; and Mēlani N. Douglass, conceptual artist and founder of the Family Arts Museum. The event was held recently at THEARC in Southeast, D.C. (Courtesy of Meghaen Anderson/WAMU)

WAMU host Kojo Nnamdi moderated a panel of community, business and arts leaders to discuss these issues before a packed audience.

The post It’s Wait and See On Developing an Arts District in Anacostia appeared first on The Washington Informer.