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Rhode Islanders know they can count on Sheldon Whitehouse to fight for the middle-class values that matter most to us. Sheldon believes that every child deserves the opportunities provided by a good education, and that anyone willing to work hard should be able to find a good job. He believes in the promise of Social Security and Medicare to provide a basic measure of dignity for seniors when they retire.

Direct download: 08_Closing_Keynote_-_Senator_Whitehouse.mp3
Category:placemaking -- posted at: 3:55pm EDT

Liz Crane, Director of Partnerships and Special Projects, ArtPlace America
Kimberly Driggins, Associate Director, Citywide Planning Division Office of Planning Government of District of Columbia
Lori Lobenstine, Youth Action Lead, Design Studio for Social Intervention
Max MacCarthy, Executive Director, Upham's Corner Main Street

ArtPlace America was formed three years ago as a collaboration of foundations, federal agencies, and banks to accelerate the creative placemaking movement. This session will explore lessons and ideas captured in that time and also provide an update on ArtPlace America and where we think the movement is headed. Lyz Crane of ArtPlace America will be joined by representatives from two grantee projects sharing their own ideas and experiences with the initiative: Kimberly Driggins from the Office of Planning of the District of Columbia discussing the Arts & Culture Temporiums project; and Lori Lobenstine from the Design Studio for Social Intervention and Max MacCarthy from the Upham's Corner Main Street discussing work in Upham's Corner, Boston.

Direct download: 07_-_ArtPlace_America.mp3
Category:placemaking -- posted at: 5:44pm EDT

Maria Rosario Jackson is senior adviser to the Arts and Culture Program at The Kresge Foundation and adjunct faculty at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, Calif.

In 2013, President Obama appointed Maria to the National Council on the Arts. She serves on the advisory board of the Lambent Foundation and on boards of directors of the National Performance Network and the Alliance for California Traditional Arts.


As a researcher, writer, speaker, and advocate, Anne Gadwa Nicodemus tells stories through narratives and numbers. Her favorite muse is creative placemaking.  She’s fascinated by all kinds of places—their form, their people, their change. A choreographer/arts administrator turned urban planner, Nicodemus is a leading voice in the intersection of arts and community development.

Direct download: 01_-_Indicators2C_Metrics2C_and_Evalutations2C_Oh_My_1.mp3
Category:placemaking -- posted at: 4:15pm EDT

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