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The Second Annual Prospect Heights Music & Arts Festival is a five-day multi-venue neighborhood experience highlighting Brooklyn musicians, artists and culture organized by The Way Station. Join us July 15-19, 2015 to discover how Brooklyn inspires local musicians to write and perform music ranging from Americana to Haitian vodou jazz and Flamenco-pop to Post-Apocalyptic Rock and Roll.

This year’s Festival boasts five participating venues presenting live music and eight art initiatives that will host special Brooklyn focused events and exhibitions. Featuring over 75 Brooklyn based bands and musicians, the PHMAF will also address how we can sustain an affordable, desirable, culturally diverse and creatively active neighborhood in a panel discussion on Saturday, July 18, 2-3:30pm featuring Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams.

 

ARTS AND CULTURE PANEL DISCUSSION
JULY 18, 2015, 2-3:30PM
@
THE WAY STATION

FEATURING BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT
ERIC L. ADAMS
MODERATED BY CARON ATLAS
Art Talks Brooklyn presents a very special Arts and Culture Panel Discussionfeaturing Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams on Saturday, July 18, 2015 from 2-3:30pm as part of the Prospect Heights Music and Arts Festival. Moderator Caron Atlas, Director, Arts & Democracy and Co-Director, NOCD-NY will navigate a timely discussion as our panelists: Erin S. Daily and Brian Weissman, Co-Founders, Brooklyn Metal Works; Andy Heidel, Proprietor The Way Station; Rasu Jilani, Socially-Engaged Art Curator and Civic Engagement Professional; Millard “Mitty” Owens, Principal, Community Impact Consulting propose solutions to the following questions:

How can we sustain an affordable, desirable, culturally diverse and creatively active neighborhood with a partnership between the city, small business, cultural organizations, creatives and citizens?

How can ground up revitalization efforts build a stronger neighborhood rather than fragmenting it?

How can art and culture initiatives be a positive influence on the community?

What would enlightened public policies look like?