We often talk about creative placemaking in terms of how arts and culture affects a place. But the key to making it work is getting the right people together and building public support. NCCP's January workshops can help you do that.
Building teams and public support for creative placemaking is for anyone who would like to lead efforts to address social and economic issues in their communities through arts and culture.
- Tuesday, January 10, 10 am to 4 pm, Burlington, NJ Learn more or register.
- Wednesday, January 18, 10 am to 4 pm, Morristown, NJ. Learn more or register.
We'll share our insights from a decade and a half of building successful teams and engaging stakeholders around planning issues. This will not be the usual 'how-to' workshop. We'll explore why some teams succeed, while others fail; what kinds of community engagement can work best given your community's circumstances; and how creativity and culture can play big roles in your success.
By the end of this workshop, participants will:
- Know the indicators of both successful and troubled teams -- and how to respond
- Be able to make better choices for engaging communities
- Learn how creative and cultural activities can help build teams and engage stakeholders in community improvement.
Check out the agenda:
- Welcome and introductions
- Why teams succeed - and fail
- Building a team for creative placemaking
- Troubleshooting common team problems
- Lunch (provided)
- Why so many community meetings fail
- Creative community engagement methods
- Choosing the best strategies; measuring success
Questions: Please contact the instructor, Leonardo Vazquez, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-763-6352.