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An invitation from A.L.L.

November 4, 2010
Friends of the Art Lending Library,
I wanted to let you know about an exciting opportunity to support growth of the Art Lending Library’s artists and work.  One of our supporters, Carrie Ferrence, has offered to host a Creative Session to explore the potential of expanding our reach, seeking sustainable financial options, and developing strategic partnerships in the community.  She is doing this as part of her second year MBA program at the Bainbridge Graduate Institute.
A Creative Session is essentially a guided idea and brainstorming dialogue that brings together a diverse group of participants to explore a fairly open question…in this case: in what ways might the Art Lending Library build community and strengthen support for art?”.  The key difference between this session and a typical brainstorming discussion is that nobody from the steering committee of the Art Lending Library will attend – so there are no limits to exploring ideas and suggestions.
Carrie is looking for several friends of the Art Lending Library to participate in the Creative Session on:
Mon, Nov 16th  6:00-8:30pm   at the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (room TBD)

Are you interested in helping to envision the future of our work?
Are you dedicated to promoting art and artists in the greater Seattle community?
If so, please contact Carrie directly to communicate your interest in participating.  It does not require that you have any specific experience – just an in interest in supporting our work.  You can reach her at 206-850-8481 or carrie.ferrence@bgi.edu
The meeting is just around the corner – so please make sure to contact her soon!
Thank you so much everyone for your continuing support.
The Librarians
Seth, Gina and Flynn


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