Prince George's Arts and Humanities Council - Company Overview

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Local Collaborating Agency MGM National Harbor Heritage Collection
Rhonda Dallas, Executive Director
" MGM's impact to Prince George's creative economy is unprecedented," says
Rhonda Dallas, Executive Director, PGAHC. " We had a tremendous opportunity
to engage our County's phenomenal asset of resident artists in a signature
project of iconic architecture and imaginative design. "
The Prince George’s Arts & Humanities Council (PGAHC) is an independent non-profit organization designated by Prince George’s County government to support the creative community through innovative partnerships, education, grants and art-centered experiences to enhance the quality of life for all. Working in collaboration with the corporate design team and art consultants for MGM National Harbor Heritage Collection, PGAHC managed the local artist program facilitating artist access through open call portfolio reviews and guided studio tours in addition to providing promotional, technical and fabrication assistance.
Executive Director Rhonda Dallas is a visionary arts administrator, curator and creative entrepreneur. Growing up in New York, Rhonda learned early on the transforming power of the Arts. A champion for the creative community her mission is clear; expand arts opportunities in Prince George’s County by building sustainable infrastructure, targeted alliances and policy driven advocacy. As Executive Director for the past six years, she continues to advance the service of PGAHC managing the county’s Art in Public Places program and the Prince George’s Film Office plus other strategic initiatives that bridge cultural diversity and innovation while promoting creative industry growth, smart partnerships, global connectivity and national best practices in arts and economic development, arts in education, arts and health and arts and sustainability. Rhonda serves as a Creative Ambassador for Prince George’s County Executive’s Business Trade Missions including China and Cuba. She has traveled extensively sourcing artists and design talent internationally and domestically and is a former visual arts curator,
National Black Arts Festival, Atlanta, GA.

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