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The Hudson Valley arts conference and networking event of the year hosted at Storm King Arts Center

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About this event

Hudson Valley Creative Impact

2022 Theme: Vital

Speakers present why creativity is vital for well-being, health, and quality of life for all.

Event Date: Tuesday, September 13th 2pm- 6pm

Location: Storm King Art Center, Museum Hill

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Food & Beverage: Boxed Picnic meals will be available as an add-on to your ticket purchase. Guests may choose to bring their own picnic basket as well. Beverages will be available to guests during the event.

Performance: TBA

Tickets: . Members of Orange County Arts Council  receive a 10% discount. Email us for your member discount code. Registration required.

Registration deadline: September 10th.

Attire: Business Casual

Keynote speakers: TBA

Safety: We ask that all attendees who are unvaccinated wear a mask. This event is scheduled to be held outdoors. Regulations subject to change based on CDC guidelines.

Website to track event updates: www.ocartscouncil.org

Doors open 2pm, program begins at 3pm. 

Create. Connect. Inspire.

This networking event and conference brings together attendees from the Tri State area in order to facilitate discussion between industry leaders, cultural organizations, artists, and creative entrepreneurs focusing on relevant topics.

All are welcome to attend this event hosted at Storm King Art Center, but registration is required. Freshly prepared local eats and beverages will be accompanied by music and lively discussion.

During past events, we were honored to have extraordinary guest speakers including Greg McKeown, NY Times international best selling author; Kevin White, Executive Director of Newburgh and Poughkeepsie Boys and Girls Club; Amanda Dana, Director of Orange County Tourism; Anthony Davidowitz, Deputy Director Operations, Administration, and Legal Affairs for Storm King Art Center; Jodi Joseph, Director of Communications for MASS MoCA; and Michael L. Royce, Executive Director for New York Foundation for The Arts. Attendees included organizations and artists from not only NY, but New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania and representation from 90% of the arts organizations in Orange County, NY.

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