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2023 Kansas Arts Councils Symposium

Aug 16, 2023

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2023 Kansas Arts Councils Symposium

The Symposium was created to bring together emerging and established arts councils and organizations from around Kansas to facilitate professional development, partnership, and celebration of the arts in our communities. Salina Arts & Humanities and the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission are hosting the 2023 Symposium. It takes place on October 11 and 12, 2023, at the Homewood Suites in Salina, KS

October 11- 12, 2023
Homewood Suites
115 E. Mulberry St.
Salina, KS 67401

2023 Symposium Important Dates

July 7, 2023 – Registration Opens
August 31, 2023 – Early-Bird Pricing Ends
September 10, 2023 – Special Hotel Rate Ends
October 4, 2023 – Final Day to Register October 11-12, 2023 – Symposium

Lodging in Salina   Homewood Suites is offering a Symposium Group Rate, starting at $129 – available until September 10, 2023. Visit our Symposium webpage for details.   Salina offers many other great lodging options, learn more at Visit Salina.

There may be travel assistance available for those from underrepresented regions. Contact Kate Van Steenhuyse for more information, [email protected].

Details about the symposium schedule, topics, and workshops will be announced soon.


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