If you're interested in the 2016 Certification in Creative Placemaking program, but need more time to cover the tuition, there's good news.
You can now reserve one of the 20 seats available with a $100 deposit. And, you will be able to pay tuition in three installments, from August 2016 to February 2017. Learn more about registering for the program.
Applications to the program will be taken on a first come-first served basis. We don't require any tests to get into the program; we do expect enthusiasm and a desire to learn this craft at a deeper level. Anyone with interest or experience in the intersection of arts, culture and public affairs is encouraged to apply.
|2015 program graduate Amira Badran sharing|
ideas at the Knowledge Exchange
- Community development
- Local economic development
- Cost-effective analysis
- Team building and community engagement
- Site planning
- Destination marketing and development
- Entrepreneurial leadership
Students also develop a capstone project that shows their mastery of creative placemaking, and are invited to present their ideas at the annual Creative Placemaking Knowledge Exchange in late June.
We will provide monthly information sessions beginning in February. If you have questions before then, please contact the program's Academic Director, Leonardo Vazquez by email or at 973-763-6352
The Certification in Creative Placemaking program is jointly produced by a partnership between the City and Regional Planning program of The Ohio State University's Austin Knowlton School of Architecture and The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking.