Hartford: where it's been, where it is, where it's going
(on Where We Live, LIVE from Real Art Ways)
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
8 AM reception with host John Dankosky
9 AM live broadcast
Photo by Chion Wolf
Hartford, Connecticut – Real Art Ways, with WNPR's Where We Live, present a live, interactive radio broadcast. Ditching the traditional "panel" discussion, audience members will be encouranged to participate alongside invited speakers in a discussion about Hartford's past, present, and future. Guests will include Real Art Ways' Executive Director Will K. Wilkins and others to be announced. The free event is on Wednesday, October 7. Meet John Dankosky and the Where We Live crew at 8 AM; the broadcast begins at 9 AM. Real Art Ways is located at 56 Arbor Street in Hartford's Parkville nieghborhood. For more information, contact Real Art Ways: 860.232.1006 or realartways.org.
Your stories, on air.
Hartford was once a thriving city in a thriving state. To many, that time has passed. Others think differently. What does it mean to live in Hartford? How has Hartford's past influenced its present? And where might Hartford go next? Where We Live and Real Art Ways want your thoughts on Hartford's past, present and future, for an interactive, live broadcast featuring stories, ideas, questions, and thoughts on Connecticut's capitol city.
Real Art Ways in Hartford
"Real Art Ways is in a vital Hartford neighborhood, and the organization benefits from Hartford’s cultural mix. A lot of what’s good about Hartford isn’t very known. This is where we live, and work, and that's ok." - Will K. Wilkins, Real Art Ways' Executive Director
John Dankosky (Host, Where We Live) says:
“We take Where We Live into communities all over Connecticut, to find out what residents are talking about - but Hartford is our home base, and so it has a special place for us. We’re glad that through our partnership with Real Art Ways, we can continue an important conversation about life in this city.”
About Where We Live
This WNPR-produced, interactive program explores important issues and ideas that affect where, how and even why people live in Connecticut – and how Connecticut fits into a global society. Using the award-winning producers of WNPR News, Where We Live expands in-depth, original reporting, creating conversations that will draw in newsmakers, opinion leaders and engaged citizens.
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