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On August 26, 2011 the Arts Council of Metropolitan Kansas City convened over 115 individuals from the across the Kansas City metropolitan region. The goal of this meeting was to evaluate the readiness of the community for a regional cultural plan by bring together the arts community with business, government, education, and civic leaders.
President of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Michael Kaiser, presented, followed by a town hall meeting facilitated by BNIM’s Director of Planning, Stephen Hardy. The discussion focused on two main questions: What do we want a cultural plan to accomplish and what would that process look like?