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WEDNESDAY: Governor Carney Hosting Discussions on Arts, Historic Preservation

Department of State | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Monday, October 30, 2017



WILMINGTON, Del. – On Wednesday, November 1, Governor John Carney will host roundtable discussions with leaders in Delaware’s arts & culture, and historic preservation communities.

The discussions are part of Governor Carney’s efforts to showcase Delaware as an attractive home for businesses and their employees. Follow Governor Carney’s discussions using the hashtag #OptionsInDE, and learn more at OptionsInDE.com.

Discussion on Arts & Culture with Governor Carney

This event is open to the press.

WHAT: Governor John Carney will be joined by leaders from Delaware arts & culture institutions to discuss the importance of Delaware’s arts community to the state’s quality of life, tourism economy, and economic development efforts. More than 4,000 jobs are supported by arts activity in Delaware.

WHO: Governor John Carney
Paul Weagraff, Director, Delaware Division of the Arts
Sam Sweet, Executive Director and CEO, Delaware Art Museum
Guillermina Gonzalez, Executive Director, Delaware Arts Alliance
John Hawkins, Interim President, Delaware College of Art and Design
Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald, Owner, Arts in Media
Carrie Gray, Managing Director, Wilmington Renaissance Corporation
Tom Williams, Board President, Light Up the Queen Foundation
Joseph Gonzales, Executive Director, The Delaware Contemporary
Bud Martin, Executive Director, Delaware Theatre Company
Kristina Kambalov, Executive Director, First State Ballet Theatre
Mark Fields, Executive Director, Grand Opera House
Other Representatives from Delaware’s Arts & Culture Community

WHEN: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

WHERE: Delaware College of Art and Design
598 N. Market Street
Wilmington, DE 19801

Discussion on Historic Preservation with Governor Carney

This event is open to the press.

WHAT: Governor John Carney will be joined by leaders from Delaware historical, and historic preservation, institutions to discuss the importance of promoting and preserving Delaware history to the state’s quality of life, tourism economy, and economic development efforts.

WHO: Governor John Carney
Timothy Slavin, Delaware Division of Historical & Cultural Affairs
Steve Marz, Director and State Archivist, Delaware Public Archives
Ethan McKinley, Park Superintendent, First State National Historical Park
Michele Anstine, Assistant CEO, Delaware Historical Society
Dr. Angela Winand, Mitchell Center for African American Heritage & Diversity Programs, Delaware Historical Society
Rebecca Wilson, Executive Director, Old Swedes Foundation
Mike DiPaolo, Executive Director, Lewes Historical Society
Cathy Parsells, Executive Director, Kalmar Nyckel Foundation
Other Representatives from Delaware’s Historical Preservation Community

WHEN: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: George Read II House
42 The Strand
New Castle, DE 19720

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WEDNESDAY: Governor Carney Hosting Discussions on Arts, Historic Preservation

Department of State | Governor John Carney | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Monday, October 30, 2017



WILMINGTON, Del. – On Wednesday, November 1, Governor John Carney will host roundtable discussions with leaders in Delaware’s arts & culture, and historic preservation communities.

The discussions are part of Governor Carney’s efforts to showcase Delaware as an attractive home for businesses and their employees. Follow Governor Carney’s discussions using the hashtag #OptionsInDE, and learn more at OptionsInDE.com.

Discussion on Arts & Culture with Governor Carney

This event is open to the press.

WHAT: Governor John Carney will be joined by leaders from Delaware arts & culture institutions to discuss the importance of Delaware’s arts community to the state’s quality of life, tourism economy, and economic development efforts. More than 4,000 jobs are supported by arts activity in Delaware.

WHO: Governor John Carney
Paul Weagraff, Director, Delaware Division of the Arts
Sam Sweet, Executive Director and CEO, Delaware Art Museum
Guillermina Gonzalez, Executive Director, Delaware Arts Alliance
John Hawkins, Interim President, Delaware College of Art and Design
Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald, Owner, Arts in Media
Carrie Gray, Managing Director, Wilmington Renaissance Corporation
Tom Williams, Board President, Light Up the Queen Foundation
Joseph Gonzales, Executive Director, The Delaware Contemporary
Bud Martin, Executive Director, Delaware Theatre Company
Kristina Kambalov, Executive Director, First State Ballet Theatre
Mark Fields, Executive Director, Grand Opera House
Other Representatives from Delaware’s Arts & Culture Community

WHEN: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

WHERE: Delaware College of Art and Design
598 N. Market Street
Wilmington, DE 19801

Discussion on Historic Preservation with Governor Carney

This event is open to the press.

WHAT: Governor John Carney will be joined by leaders from Delaware historical, and historic preservation, institutions to discuss the importance of promoting and preserving Delaware history to the state’s quality of life, tourism economy, and economic development efforts.

WHO: Governor John Carney
Timothy Slavin, Delaware Division of Historical & Cultural Affairs
Steve Marz, Director and State Archivist, Delaware Public Archives
Ethan McKinley, Park Superintendent, First State National Historical Park
Michele Anstine, Assistant CEO, Delaware Historical Society
Dr. Angela Winand, Mitchell Center for African American Heritage & Diversity Programs, Delaware Historical Society
Rebecca Wilson, Executive Director, Old Swedes Foundation
Mike DiPaolo, Executive Director, Lewes Historical Society
Cathy Parsells, Executive Director, Kalmar Nyckel Foundation
Other Representatives from Delaware’s Historical Preservation Community

WHEN: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: George Read II House
42 The Strand
New Castle, DE 19720

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