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Sunil Iyengar, Director, Office of Research and Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts, will present the NEA’s latest research and thinking on creative placemaking in America and will be joined by Jason Schupbach, Design Director who will provide and update on NEA creative placemaking programs.


Sunil Iyengar, Director, Office of Research and Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts, will present the NEA’s latest research and thinking on creative placemaking in America and will be joined by Jason Schupbach, Design Director who will provide and update on NEA creative placemaking programs.


Bert Crenca, AS220, Barnaby Evans, WaterFire Providence and Clay Rockefeller, The Steel Yard and Lynne McCormack, Director of Art Culture + Tourism, City of Providence share their experiences in building and supporting creative cultural institutions that helped redefine a city. This panel was moderated by Anne Gadwa Nicodemus.

Direct download: 06_-_30_Years_of_Creative_Placemaking_in_Providence.mp3
Category:placemaking -- posted at: 1:57pm EDT

Creative communities: what are the ingredients of building a creative community? What can cities and state governments do to encourage creative development? How do we break down the silos and encourage collaborations? Come listen and discuss with a panel of creative placemakers working inside government to connect and navigate the landscape of planning, economic development, education, transportation and the arts.

In this panel discussion moderator Jack Becker, the publisher of Public Art Review, asks creative placemaking civic leaders to talk about how city, state, and even federal government agencies can work with artists and community organizers to foster creative initiatives that will help develop creative and resilient communities. Panelists for this discussion include: Gülgün Kayim, Director of Arts, Culture and Creative Economy, City of Minneapolis;  Kip Bergstrom, Deputy Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development; Marty Pottenger, director, Art at Work, Portland, ME; Lynne McCormack, Director, Department of Art Culture + Tourism, City of Providence, RI and  Erin Williams, Cultural Development Officer for the City of Worcester, MA and Executive Director of the Worcester Cultural Coalition.


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