ARE WE LISTENING: The Cultural and Economic Impact of the Arts for Door County

Apr 30, 2024 6:30PM—8:00PM


Door County Economic Development Corporation, 185 E. Walnut St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235

Cost Free


Write On’s Executive Director, Albert DeGenova, is among the panelists on this round table conversation presented in conjunction with the installation Are We Listening by visual artist Rebecca Carlton.

Meet members of the Peninsula Arts & Humanities Alliance (PAHA) for a discussion moderated by Julie Gilbert, President and CEO of Destination Door County. This is a rare opportunity for community members to listen to leaders of our arts organizations share the specifics of the recent report on the economic impact of the arts for Door County. The panel will share, in conversation, the cultural and economic importance of the arts in our community and in our lives.

Panelists include Mona Christensen, Executive Director, Birch Creek Music Performance Center; Albert DeGenova, Executive Director, Write On, Door County; Adam Erickson, Executive Director, Peninsula School of Art; Allyson Fleck, Executive Director and Assistant Artistic Director, Midsummer’s Music; Brian Kelsey, Managing Director, Peninsula Players Theater; and Thomas W. McKenzie, Director, Björklunden.

The Peninsula Arts and Humanities Alliance is a coalition of nonprofit organizations that seeks to enhance, promote and advocate the arts, humanities and natural sciences in Door County.