Whether your interest is in physical development, the arts, public policy, or economic development, you can get a lot out of the 2016 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit.
The program, March 18 in downtown Newark, NJ, offers a variety of workshops for many different interests. We have great speakers too, including Jamie Bennett, the Executive Director of ArtPlace America, one of the nation's largest funders of creative placemaking. You'll also learn from experts from many different fields. You would be joining key influencers from a variety of organizations, including the National Endowment for the Arts, Local Initiative Support Corporation, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, state arts organizations and more.
If you're expecting the Leadership Summit to be a traditional sitting-around-and-hearing-other-people-talk conference -- well, sorry, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
At the Summit you'll get plenty
of opportunities to share your thoughts. Our breakout sessions are training workshops, and we promise to go easy on the slide presentations.
At The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking -- which is producing the Leadership Summit -- we only make events that we would want to attend ourselves.
Here are some of the sessions and session leaders. To learn more, visit the Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit.
Doing well and doing good: the Newark story
Speakers: Nancy Cantor, Chancellor, Rutgers – Newark, Newark, NJ; John Schreiber, CEO, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ; Ommeed Sathe, Vice President, Impact Investments, Prudential Financial, Newark, NJ;: Tom Dallessio, CEO & Publisher, Next City, Philadelphia, PA
Leading creative placemaking conversations
Workshop leader: Anne L’Ecuyer, Project Director, Art Lives Here, Gateway Arts District, Prince George’s County, MD
Incorporating arts into development projects
Workshop leader: Leland Edgecombe, Principal, The Edgecombe Group, Hyattsville, MD
Creative community building tools: Sustainable Jersey Arts and Creative Culture Actio
Winnie Fatton, Project Manager, Sustainable Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Market analysis for arts-related uses
Workshop leaders: Deborah Brett, Principal, Deborah Brett and Associates, Plainsboro, NJ;
TBD, DataArts, Philadelphia, PA; , Principal, AMS Planning & Research, Southport, CT
Equity success stories: Lessons from NEA Our Town
Jennifer Hughes, Design Specialist | Visual Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington DC
Doing creative placemaking: A role-playing exercise
Leonardo Vazquez, Executive Director, The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking, Union, NJ
Early registration ends March 1. Learn more or register