Roosevelt Row CDC to Host Visioning Launch Party at The Nash in Phoenix

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The Roosevelt Row Artists' District has come a long way in its time, and it certainly shows no signs of stopping, thanks to Roosevelt Row CDC's five- to 10-year growth and development plan, Roosevelt Row Artists' District: Creative Placemaking in Downtown Phoenix, debuting Thursday, February 20, at The Nash.

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The publication, which was funded by Roosevelt Row's ArtPlace America grant, will be unveiled in in a community celebration of the downtown arts district's creative milestones and promising future.

The launch party, which will run from 6 to 9 p.m., will offer live music by local performers, a presentation led by key collaborators of the visioning project, as well as food and drink provided by Lumberyard Brewing Co., Mamma Toledo's, Pizza People Pub, Short Leash Hot Dogs, and Welcome Diner.

Copies of Roosevelt Row Artists' District: Creative Placemaking in Downtown Phoenix will be available for purchase in paperback or hardcover. Tickets start at $10, with additional admission packages including copies of the publication. Visit the Visioning Launch Party online for more information.

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