Join us for an early morning Open House as we welcome CultureWorks’ new Chief Commons Director, Jamaine Smith.
Jamaine, who has over 10 years of experience in arts, higher education, non-profit administration and social work is excited to transition into this new role. Jamaine says, "I am elated to continue my work with CultureWorks in this capacity. As the great songstress Ciara said, it's truly time to "level up" myself as a leader and the work of CW. Stay tuned and thank you all for your support during this transition!"
So, stop by on September 19th to officially welcome Jamaine into his new role and learn more about CultureWorks’ next steps.
No need to stay the entire time! Feel free to pop-in, enjoy some light fare and good company, and join us when you have a moment.
Even still, please RSVP. All are welcome!
Please note: CultureWorks is committed to providing accessible programs, events, and services. Our space is wheelchair accessible with a gender-neutral, accessible bathroom. Please contact us via the email link below regarding additional accommodations - and we’ll do our best to assist.
ABOUT JAMAINE SMITH
As a mixed media artist, Jamaine is quite comfortable with getting his hands dirty and combining traditionally distinct mediums to create meaningful work. With a background in the arts, higher education, non-profit administration and social work, Jamaine uses the same creative approach to add efficiency, innovation, and a dash of “pretty” to the processes of organizations and individuals alike.
Guided by the belief that everyone has innate worth, dignity, and their own “slice of genius”, Jamaine’s ultimate goal is to aid others in living their most authentic, purposeful life. Jamaine holds a BA in Social Work from Nyack College, a MA in Urban Studies from Eastern University, and a MBA (Strategic Design) from Philadelphia University.
CultureWorks is a management commons for arts, heritage, and creative communities — a platform of space, human capital, and services to help artists not only survive, but flourish. With more than 200 members, including 80+ fiscally sponsored projects, they provide equitable access to management resources for both individuals and organizations, the makers and preservers of culture.