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Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit
March 18, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm$106.49
About the Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit:
It’s informative and enjoyable. You can learn a lot, and meet other people like you who want to engage the power of arts and culture to enhance communities. You can also meet people from different fields or areas who can help inspire you and help you be more creative. You can share what you’ve learned.
The Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit is one of the largest gatherings of people involved in the intersection of arts, culture, community improvement, and local economic development. In 2014, it attracted more than 250 people. They included public and elected officials, leaders of community based organizations, developers, urban planners, and leaders of cultural organizations and, of course, artists.
The 2014 Leadership Summit got rave reviews. Everyone surveyed said they enjoyed the event. Almost everyone said they learned a lot and got useful information. We’re planning to make the 2016 program even better.
The Summit is produced by The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking and a wide variety of partners.
About Creative Placemaking:
Creative placemaking is a new way to make communities more livable and prosperous. It’s more than doing events, creating arts districts or building cultural centers. It builds connections among people, issues and the arts. The arts offer powerful tools to enhance quality of life for individuals, communities and societies. Creative placemaking helps practitioners hone their skills and engage the arts more effectively. Learn more about creative placemaking
About The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking:
The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking builds connections, capacity and community for better creative placemaking. Through the Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit, Community Coaching, and other activities, we:
Help build local climates that are more open to creativity, diversity and new ideas
Motivate people who rarely speak to one another to work together
Inspire stakeholders to generate creative ideas for their communities – and take responsibility for making them happen
Respect the values and distinct qualities of local communities
Help stakeholders become more creative and adaptable when faced with difficult challenges
Develop high-performing teams for community enhancement through arts and culture
Engage key influences and levers of influence at local, county and state levels
Promote civil dialogue and intercultural collaboration – and help stakeholders build their skills to lead inclusive collaborations
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