Arts, culture, creative organizing and placemaking have the power to create lasting, radical change to improve quality of life for residents, even in times of crisis. Learn how to leverage your existing community assets and resident inspiration to spur healing, hope, investment and the physical transformation of vacant spaces and structures through Creative Placemaking.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
• Real-life examples of how neighborhoods are using arts and culture to improve the quality of life for residents
• New tools for finding inspiration for projects using creative placemaking on problem properties
• How you can get national exposure for your own placemaking projects and connect with other innovative leaders
• How to increase community institution support for this critical work
Liz Kozub – Assistant Director of National Leadership and Education, Center for Community Progress