ULI Idaho - Content & Cocktails with Karen Bubb presented by the Womens Leadership Initiative

When

Thursday, March 12th, 2020
4:00pm - 5:30pm MDT

Where

El Korah Shrine - Oasis Will open in a new window 1118 W Idaho ST Boise, ID 83702-5624 UNITED STATES
Join us for a conversation about how public art, cultural planning, and placemaking are vital to creating a vibrant city. Karen Bubb, Cultural Planner at the City of Boise, Department of Arts & History will share a brief history of public art planning and programs in Boise, recent public private partnerships, and the value - economic and cultural - that arts can bring to real estate projects.

Pricing

Late Pricing Begins March 13 Members Non-Members
Private $15.00 N/A
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $15.00 N/A
Retired $10.00 N/A
Student $5.00 N/A
Under Age 35 $10.00 N/A
This event is Member-only and by member invite (member must register guest).
Price includes drinks and refreshments.
About our speaker: KarenBubb, Cultural Planner, Boise City Department of Arts & History
 
Karen has a passion for Boise’s cultural scene and wears many hats while partnering with others to advance Boise’s cultural environment.
 
She is Boise’s cultural planner, Surel’s Place artist-in-residence program co-founder and board member, Alexa Rose Foundation’s trustee, a visual artist showing at Capitol Contemporary Gallery, and a BSU PhD student in public administration and policy.
 
Karen experiences first-hand how a vibrant cultural scene is built through public, private, and non-profit partnerships and is always exploring new ways to bring the community together to do what none of us can do alone.  

El Korah Shrine - Oasis 1118 W Idaho ST Boise, ID 83702-5624 UNITED STATES

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Speakers

Speaker

Karen Bubb

Cultural Planner, Dept. of Arts & History, Boise City Arts Commission

Karen has a passion for Boise’s cultural scene and wears many hats while partnering with others to advance Boise’s cultural environment. She is Boise’s cultural planner, Surel’s Place artist-in-residence program co-founder and board member, Alexa Rose Foundation’s trustee, a visual artist showing at Capitol Contemporary Gallery, and a BSU PhD student in public administration and policy. Karen experiences first-hand how a vibrant cultural scene is built through public, private, and non-profit partnerships and is always exploring new ways to bring the community together to do what none of us can do alone.

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