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A Conversation with the Mayoral Candidates
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 A Conversation with the Mayoral Candidates

Join Harlem Arts Alliance, One Percent for Culture, Teacher's College Columbia University, and Young Audience New York for a conversation about the future of education and the role that the arts, culture, and arts education play in shaping New York City. The audience will learn first hand candidates views on the arts, culture, and education as a foundation for creating a smarter, more livable, and economically competitive city

When: 6/30/2013
6:00 PM
Where: Joyce Berger Cowin Auditorium
Teachers College, Columbia University
Broadway between 120th and 121st Streets
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HAA is a supporting partner in the Mayoral Candidates Forum at Teachers College. 
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"The Future of Education, Arts and Culture in New York City
A Conversation with the Mayoral Candidates and New Yorkers of all Ages

WNYC’s Leonard Lopate and NPR’s Kurt Andersen
Tuesday, July 30, 2013, 6:00 pm

Joyce Berger Cowin Auditorium
Teachers College, Columbia University
Broadway between 120th and 121st Streets

Invited Candidates: Sal Albanese, Ceceilia Berkowitz, Hilda Broady-Fernandez, Adolfo Carrion, John Catsimatidis, Bill de Blasio, Joe Lhota, John Liu, George McDonald, James McMillan, Carl Person, Erick Salgado, Christine Quinn, Bill Thompson, and Anthony Weiner


What would you like to ask the candidates?
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Supporting Partners: Alliance of Resident Theatres (A.R.T./New York), Arts & Business Council of New York, Arts & Democracy Project, Asian American Arts Alliance, Bronx Arts Alliance, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Bronx Council on the Arts, Center for Arts Education, Cultural Institutions Group, Cultural Strategies Initiative, Inc., Dance/NYC, Fractured Atlas, The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Harlem Arts Alliance, The League of Independent Theater, League of Professional Theatre Women, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, The Municipal Arts Society, Naturally Occurring Cultural District Working Group NOCD-NY, New York City Arts Coalition, New York City Arts in Education Roundtable, New York City Hospitality Alliance, New York Foundation for the Arts, Staten Island Arts.