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    Posted March 13, 2013 by
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    Chicago Tribune Sponsors Panel Discussion About Creative Professionals

     

    What does it mean to be a creative professional in Chicago? That is the topic for discussions during the Chicago Tribune's Trib Nation event Chicago Forward: The Future of the Arts in Chicago being held tonight, March 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM. In the Chase Auditorium at 10 South Dearborn. The event proposes to discuss the "arts and culture scene in Chicago." You can register here.

     

    Panelists include Chicago Tribune editorial page editor Bruce Dold and critic Chris Jones as moderators, among with celebrity chef Rick Bayless, Chicago's cultural commissioner Michelle Boone, artist and playwright Tony Fitzpatrick and renowned architect Jeanne Gang.

     

    While organizations such as the Arts & Business Council of Chicago and the Illinois Arts Council, have long held conversations in the community around identification of the basic challenges facing artists, filmmakers, actors, musicians, and other creative professionals, hopefully this panel will identify actionable initiatives that offer real solutions to shared needs.

     

    I am attending and will be live tweeting via the hashtag #ChicagoForward. Follow me on twitter at @adlerlaw.

     

    Please feel free to tweet your questions and include your comments on my blog at indiefilmlaw.wordpress.com. I will post a follow up with highlights after the event.

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