Franklin Cultural Council Holds Local Advocacy Day

 Franklin3.png  Franklin1.png                                                                   MASSCreative works with local cultural councils and arts leaders to conduct advocacy skills trainings.

Bringing together more than 50 local arts leaders from Franklin and nearby communities, the Franklin Cultural Council held a Community Arts Advocacy Day, a day-long program of workshops, panel discussions, and opportunities to advocate on behalf of arts and culture.

MASSCreative Program Advocate Emily Ruddock and MASSCreative Leadership Council Members Justin Springer and Nicky Enriquez led workshops on the skills and strategies local activists need to influence their elected leaders.

Lunch with elected officials including Rep. Roy (D-Franklin), Rep. Dykema (D-Holliston) and Rep. Murray (D-Milford) offered an opportunity for them to share their vision for more creative and vibrant Massachusetts and hear directly from arts supporters about why the arts and creativity matter.


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