Sustaining Creative Community

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The Curb Center at Vanderbilt says
Nashville has seen an increase of 400,000 in its population in fourteen years, stressing existing infrastructure to its limits and pressuring existing neighborhoods and communities that provide so much of Nashville’s character. Newcomers recognize a collaborative spirit engendered by the city’s creative class, a group that historically has been known less for self promotion and more for quiet mastery. How is Nashville's growth affecting this community? What reflections, questions, and recommendations do they have for one another, for incoming creative professionals, and for Nashville's decision-makers? Moderated by Vanderbilt sociology professor Dan Cornfield, author of Beyond the Beat: Musicians Building Community in Nashville. Featuring musician and photographer Joshua Black Wilkins and urban planner and affordable housing specialist Adriane Bond Harris.

Free and open to the public. Light reception begins at 5:00 pm and the panel discussion begins at 5:30pm.
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By: The Curb Center at Vanderbilt

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