The Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI), with the support of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and USDA, invites you to join us for Collaborations in Rural Arts & Cultural Wealth Practice and Scholarship, a virtual convening between rural arts & cultural wealth innovators and entrepreneurs and research scholars from higher education institutions from across the country. This virtual event will be held on March 23 & 24, 12:30-4:30 EST.
Collaborations in Rural Arts & Cultural Wealth Practice & Scholarship
During these two half-day conversations, participants will have an opportunity to explore the mutual benefits that can be attained through collaborative research between rural arts and cultural wealth community practitioners and research scholars. In plenary sessions and panel presentations and discussions, community practitioners will engage in conversation with research scholars on questions that will inform and impact the field, such as: