April 12, 2012 (El Cajon) –What role can the arts play in bettering El Cajon and its diverse population?
San Diego Arts leaders including artists, journalists, writers, university professors, critics, and business people will discuss this question in a panel mediated by Justin Hudnall, creator and leading operative of The Far East Movement. The event will take place Friday, April 13 from 5:30 to 8:30 at Studio C Contemporary, 140 East Main Street in El Cajon.
The panel discussion coincides with the second opening of The Black and White Show at Studio C, featuring 21 of Southern California’s most prominent contemporary visual and music artists, who will also be in attendance. After the panel, enjoy a music and dance performance by Chris Warren and A Thousand Ghosts.
Panelists include: Seema Sueko from the (San Diego Regional Arts and Culture Commission,) Felicia Shaw (The San Diego Foundation,) Kevin Freitas (Art As Authority,) Eldonna Lay (El Cajon Historical Society,) and Patricia Frischer (San Diego Visual Arts Network.)
For more information, visit http://www.sosayweallonline.com/?p=6056