“Big Arts Little City: Reno’s Arts and Culture Program”

The strategic plan adopted by the Reno City Council in 2016 envisions the City of Reno as a community renowned for arts and culture. Our leaders see that a thriving downtown and university district as well as vibrant neighborhoods and public places are intrinsically related to a vibrant arts and culture scene. And that a vibrant arts and culture environment is intrinsic to a thriving community. There hasn’t been a better or more exciting time to be involved in — and to support — arts and culture in our community. Learn how arts & culture makes Reno the place:

You want to do business

You want to live

You want to visit

You want to create art

About Alexis Hill:
Alexis Hill manages the City of Reno’s Arts, Culture and Events Department at the City of Reno. Her background in governmental regulations, special events, and as a nonprofit leader makes her passionate about how special events and arts and culture transform cities. Hill earned her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Texas A&M University and her Master’s in Public Administration from UNR.


2017-10-17 11:30:002017-10-17 20:30:00America/Los_AngelesAMA October Luncheon: Big Arts Little City
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