Greater Together Creative Corps
The Creative Corps is a multi-faceted program designed to make it easy for businesses and professionals within the creative industries to open their businesses and the creative economy to young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods.This ongoing program is an opportunity to close the diversity gap within our creative industries, while creating a new resource of talent for our businesses.
Businesses: 4 Ways to Engage in Creative Corps
Professionals: 2 Ways to Engage in Creative Corps
Spectral Lecture Series
Greater Together Spectrum Lecture Series
Greater Together curates an annual series of lectures that bring together the world of design and social innovation with a particular focus on increasing inclusion into Greater Milwaukee’s Creative Industries so that all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. The series is designed to lively and entertaining and equally interesting to the professional creative community, businesses, social innovators, and aspiring students.
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Hi, Thank you for you interest in being Greater Together.
We believe, to thrive as a city, it is essential for Milwaukee's racially segregated creative industries to become more inclusive and reflective of our city as a whole. That begins by acknowledging the issues, and then making a commitment as individuals, professionals and businesses to be part of the soultion. We believe that making our creative economy more open and welcoming will be good for our businesses and have a significant impact by increasing opportunities for the disadvantaged as well.
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Greater Together People’s Flag of Milwaukee ExhibitMilwaukee's City Hall May 14 from 5 to 8:30PM
You are cordially invited to an exhibit of the 50 best flag design submissions to the Greater Together Milwaukee People’s Flag Initiative.
Greater Together, a coalition dedicated to promoting racial and economic equality in Milwaukee in partnership with AIGA Wisconsin, The Professional Association for Design, Radio Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Flag Initiative announces The Greater Together People’s Flag of Milwaukee Design Exhibition.
This exhibition will feature the 50 best designs and announce the top five finalists.
Greater Together Challenge
Advisory Team & Friends of Greater Together
220 East Buffalo Street
Director of Operations & Outreach
Social Media Specialist
M-7 Next Generation
Christine Harris Connections
The Heil Family Foundation
Former Editor &
Senior Vice President
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Kane Communications Group
Milwaukee Art Museum
Board of Trustees
President’s Advisory Council
President & CEO
Emanu-El B’ne Jeshurun
Wisconsin Arts Board