(Photo by Flickr user TCDavis, used under a Creative Commons license)
Art and creativity are transformative for a community, and Wilmington is no exception.
On Monday, Dec. 11 from 5:30–7 p.m., Downtown Visions will explore the ways the arts are transforming the city’s Commercial District, with a Meet & Greet and conversation with Mark Fields, executive director of The Grand Opera House and the recently renovated Playhouse on Rodney Square, and Robert Herrera, founder of coworking space The Mill.
The Mill is hosting the free event, to which you can RSVP here.
We're partnering with @DowntownWilmDE for a free holiday meet and greet on December 11th! Speakers will discuss how creativity and the arts are helping to transform our community. pic.twitter.com/11xkGfPDVW
— The Mill Space (@TheMillDE) November 27, 2017
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