JMuse Cafe: Making Places
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Third floor Flex Space, Rose Library
The JMuse Cafe is partnering with the Institute for Visual Studies and local civic groups and campus organizations to continue this year’s program on “Space, Place, and Community,” the highly successful series of community conversations and events, which started last fall. While previous events focused on Harrisonburg’s past, the spring events will offer a thoughtful public dialogue about how we can create successful public spaces and places that build community, as well as an evening of poetry on place and identity. These discussions will help us to learn from the past as we shape our future.
“Making Places” focuses on the question “How can we create places that foster community?”
Panelists are Dr. Linwood Rose, JMU president emeritus, and Ron Copeland, founder of Our Community Place.