Abundant Cities: Building Common Ground, May 2023
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Abundant Cities: Building Common Ground, May 2023

A group of children play in an outdoor sculpture garden with a view of the Minneapolis basilica in the background.
School Tour. Photo: Carina Lofgren. Courtesy Walker Art Center.

As Minneapolis seeks to write its next chapter after three challenging years, we are not alone. Cities across the country face many of the same obstacles and opportunities—and those communities, like ours, benefit from a variety of changemakers who are stepping forward to meet the moment with real ambition.

This free panel discussion will dig into several examples of successful efforts here and in other cities to plan and build toward a stronger future.

Please note RSVP does not guarantee entry, and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Arrive 10 minutes early to be seated.

Abundant Cities is a series of three talks copresented by the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Foundation. Moderated by Adair Mosley, CEO of the African American Leadership Forum, this series was established to generate meaningful discussions on how we can pour resources, energy, and community voices into our civic life. Continue the conversation during a post-talk reception in the Walker lobby.

This program will have ASL interpretation.

To request accommodations for this program or for more information about accessibility, call 612-375-7564 or email access@walkerart.org.

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