Date: 03/06/2015

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: CUE Art Foundation (137 W. 25th St., Manhattan)

Price: Free, RSVP required

Are creative laborers compensated fairly? What are the broader implications of undervaluing labor in the arts? CUE Art Foundation will host a series of experts—including labor economists, urban planners, activists, and financial consultants—to analyze and respond to the current conditions of work in the arts. Artists and Gentrification: Community Development Experts On Improving Neighborhood Stability March 6, 2015, 6.30 - 8pm Do our communities also bear the negative effects of under-compensated creative labor? Artists famously move residences and work space in response to the availability of low-cost space, often subsidized by development schemes. Tom Angotti of Hunter College Center for Community Planning and Development, Rosanne Haggerty of Community Solutions, and Paul Parkhill of Spaceworks discuss strategies towards long term creative space and community stability.

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