The Certification in Creative Placemaking program at Ohio State University will be taught by some of the most experienced and skilled practitioners in the field of creative placemaking in the United States. Together, they bring a wealth of skills and knowledge from many fields, including community organizing, public relations, marketing, public administration, architecture, urban design, arts administration and tourism development.
Tom will be joined by Wendy Benscoter, Lee Edgecombe and Juana Guzman.
It's easy to promote tourism in places with a nice beach or a vibrant main street. Juana Guzman's expertise is in making the other kind of places into tourism destinations -- in ways that support local communities. As Chicago's cultural affairs
The Certification Program starts August 26, and there are still some seats available. Learn more or register for the program. Questions? Comments? Please contact the Program Director, Leonardo Vazquez by email or at 973-763-6352.
The program is a partnership between the City and Regional Planning department of The Ohio State University's Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture and The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking.