Additionally, the Summit will feature workshops, panels, and roundtable discussions aimed at promoting creativity and discussing the music landscape as it stands today. Programs and performances will take place at the Mercury Café, 2199 California St. on Nov 22, and at the McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 W. Colfax Ave. Nov 23-24. More information and a downloadable schedule can be found at www.artsandvenuesdenver.com.
OpenAir host Corey Jones sat down some of the great minds behind the Summit, including Bryce Merrill, senior associate director at WESTAF, Jesse Elliott (member of Ark Life and Summit adviser), and Lisa Gedgaudas, program administrator for Create Denver. Stream the interview above.
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