Prince George's County Cultural Arts Study

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  4. Timeline
  5. Q&A Resources
  6. Past Meetings 
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Recent  Activities

Thursday, November 18, 2021 - Virtual community meeting to present the draft Prince George’s County Cultural Arts Study to county residents and stakeholders. 

  • Event Video: Just in case you missed it or would like to review it. 
  • Presentation (PowerPoint Slides): The visual material that was presented at the meeting.
Jueves 18 de noviembre de 2021 - Reunión de la Comunidad Virtual del Estudio de las Artes Culturales del Condado de Prince George’s: Borrador final del informe.

We would like to hear from you as your feedback will create a report to help guide county leaders, in developing policy decisions that best support Prince George’s County’s cultural landscape, and creative economy for the benefit of all.

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On April 16, 2020, the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission released the Prince George’s Cultural Arts Study solicitation for consulting services to assist in the development of strategies and recommendations for integrating cultural arts into the County’s economic development and land use planning strategies. The closing date for this solicitation was on May 14, 2020. In late June, the Commission entered into a contract with Lord Cultural Resources who over the next 12-18 months will work with the Prince George’s County Planning Department, the Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council in the development of a countywide cultural arts study.

The project planning group is currently working with Lord Cultural Resources to develop the Project Workplan Schedule and the Community Engagement Strategy. Stay tuned for more to come. We are looking forward to your involvement in the development of this Study.

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