‘How the Arts Can Rebuild Communities’; featuring Tony Iadicicco

Join us Wednesday, March 9th from 7-8pm at LARAC’s Lapham Gallery for a discussion about how the arts and community can work together to create an engaging and unique place to live and the important role art plays in attaching people to a community.

This event is free and open to the public, donations are appreciated.

Guest Speaker, Tony Iadicicco is an abstract expressionist oil painter. Tony has been a central, dynamic part of the Capital Region arts community, as Executive Director of Albany Center Gallery, board member of Albany Barn, and an award-winning artist and community volunteer. His awards include the 2014 Norman S. Rice Arts and Culture Award,‘Tomorrow’s Masters of Today’ by the Albany Institute of History and Art and Arts Ambassador volunteer of the year from Stakeholders Inc.

Local nonprofit leaders, government officials, artists and arts supporters are encouraged to attend.

RSVP’s Appreciated; (518) 798 -1144 ext 2

For more information on Tony visit: www.tonyiadicicco.com

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 9, 2016 7pm - 8pm