Author: ZAPP Team
Date: September 14, 2017
Summer may be ending, but ZAPP®’s new features and programs will just keep coming! We’ve got updates on the 2016 Arts Festival Conference, site improvements, and new programs in this edition of the quarterly ZAPP® update.
Here’s what’s going on in ZAPPland…
Laura Zabel to Open the 2016 Arts Festival Conference
Arts visionary Laura Zabel will kick off the the 2016 Arts Festival Conference. A dynamic and thoughtful speaker, Zabel will examine the relationship between arts and community, and provide practical examples for sparking creative change. Zabel is the executive director of Springboard for the Arts, an economic and community development agency that focuses on providing programs in two areas: helping artists make a living and connecting communities to the creative power of artists.
An expert on the relationship between the arts and community development, Zabel has spoken at leading conferences and events, including the Aspen Ideas Festival, the Urban Land Institute Meetings, and the Americans for the Arts Convention. Her insights on industry trends have also been featured in outlets from The Guardian to The New York Times.Don’t miss your chance to see Laura Zabel and the rest of the all-star lineup at the 2016 Conference! Visit bit.ly/zappcon2016 to register today.
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Dustin Yourishin is a technology associate at WESTAF. He provides technical support for the ZAPP® and CaFE™ systems. Before WESTAF, Dustin graduated from Colorado State University – Pueblo with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with emphases in both electronic media and integrated communication. Away from the office, Dustin enjoys listening to and playing music, as well as playing video games and reading classic books.