A podcast of the Roanoke Arts Commission. Subscribe for short, thoughtful conversations with arts and cultural leaders at work effecting change in the world around us.
Roanoke has a great track record of integrating the arts in City parks. It’s symbiotic relationship. From the Elmwood Park Artwalk and amphitheater to placemaking activities along the Roanoke River Greenway and cultural programming in neighborhood parks, Roanoke’s parks are a key component in our arts and cultural offerings.
In this conversation celebrating National Parks and Recreation month, we talk with Director Michael Clark, hitting on the Arches project, tips on hiring great staff, and the significant aspirations of the City’s Parks and Recreation Plan. “We want to be the reason people choose Roanoke,” says Clark.
Listen to the conversation and then explore Roanoke’s Parks and Recreation offerings at playroanoke.com.
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