Broward County Cultural Division’s 2021 Cultural Diversity Program
Department of Performing and Visual Arts
Bill Adams, D.M.A., faculty in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), served as a panelist for Broward County Cultural Division’s 2021 Cultural Diversity Program. To represent the diversity of people living in Broward County, the grant program is designed to support events such as Rhythms of Africa (Embrace Music Foundation), Danceport Ballroom Dancing (CID-UNESCO), Diwali Festival of Lights (Indian Regional and Cultural Center of Florida), and We Drum in Peace (Japan Arts). The grant panel will review grant requests totaling $167,000 and recommend funding these organizations to the Broward County Commissioners.
As an arts administrator, Adams serves on panels, which recommend funding for Broward Cultural Division’s Cultural Investment Program, the Cultural Diversity Program, and the Cultural Tourism Program. He has been the artistic director of the Renaissance City Men’s and Women’s Choirs as well as South Florida Chorale Arts, Inc.
Adams, Bill J., "Broward County Cultural Division’s 2021 Cultural Diversity Program" (2019). CAHSS Faculty Presentations, Proceedings, Lectures, and Symposia. 2637.