Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Registration open for 2016 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit

By Leonardo Vazquez

Whether you're an artist, developer, urban planner or elected official, if you work to make communities better through the arts, you are a creative placemaker. On March 18, 2016, you can join your fellow placemakers for a day of learning and knowledge sharing.  Learn how creative placemaking can help communities do good and do well.

Registration is now open for the 2016 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit, at Rutgers
University in Newark, NJ. Hear from keynote speaker Jamie Bennett, Executive Director of ArtPlace America, the largest consortium of funders in the creative placemaking field. Learn how the arts in downtown Newark are enhancing economic development and providing new opportunities for residents.  Build your skills through training sessions designed for arts professionals, public officials and design professionals, and developers.

Register by March 1 and save $25 on registration.

It’s informative and enjoyable.  You can learn a lot, and meet other people like you who want to engage the power of arts and culture to enhance communities.  You can also meet people from different fields or areas who can help inspire you and help you be more creative.  You can share what you’ve learned.

The Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit is one of the largest gatherings of people involved in the intersection of arts, culture, community improvement, and local economic development.  In 2014, it attracted more than 250 people.  They included public and elected officials, leaders of community based organizations, developers, urban planners, and leaders of cultural organizations and, of course, artists.

The Leadership Summit is produced by The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking in partnership with Next City, PlanSmart NJ, Northern New Jersey Community Foundation and other organizations.  It is supported in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. 

For more information, please contact NCCP Executive Director Leonardo Vazquez by email or at 973-763-6352.

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