2015 Creative Placemaking Webinars

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Los Angeles. Detroit. Philadelphia.Toronto. Providence. Vancouver.
 Join us to learn about remarkable projects in creative placemaking practice in our latest webinar series. Learn about innovative approaches that leverage the power of the arts to support people in underserved communities, strengthen community economic development initiatives, celebrate cultural heritage, and anchor creative production and exhibition spaces in a wide range of contexts across North America.

 
Presented by Artscape’s Creative Placemaking Lab and moderated by Artscape's Vice President Pru Robey, webinars are 60 minutes in length and include a presentation by a leading practitioner, discussion and Q+A. Don’t miss this professional development opportunity to listen to our incredible roster of speakers and take away knowledge about diverse creative placemaking projects.

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Recorded Webinars
Recorded webinars are high quality recordings of the 60-minute live sessions. You will receive immediate online access to the content by email when you register.
Per Webinar - 
$30 for individuals or $75 for groups - 30 days unlimited access
Series Package - $150 for individuals or $275 for groups - 6 months unlimited access

Creative Placemaking Webinar Series Package
Get access to all six recorded webinars listed below with the ease of one purchase, and have access to all of the sessions for 6 months!
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L.A.’s Inner-City Arts: Lessons in community building from the edge of Skid Row
Featuring: Bob Bates, Co-founder and Artistic Director, Inner-City Arts, Los Angeles, CA
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The Revitalization of Detroit and the Non-Profit that Could: Midtown Detroit Inc. shares stories  and successes
Featuring:  Sue Mosey, Executive Director, Midtown Detroit Inc., Detroit, MI
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Sacred Spaces as Arts Facilities: A new solution for creative and faith-based communities
Featuring:  Karen DiLossi, Director of Making Homes for the Arts in Sacred Places, Partners for Sacred Places, Philadelphia, PA
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Partnership and Collaboration: Artscape’s approach to building community through the arts
Featuring: Pru Robey, Vice President and Director, Creative Placemaking Lab at Artscape, Toronto, ON
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Activating the Creative Economy: A case study of the Steel Yard and Public Projects
Featuring: Howie Sneider, Executive Director, the Steel Yard, Providence, RI
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An Innovative Model for Social Entrepreneurship: Skwachàys Lodge Aboriginal Hotel and Gallery
Featuring: David Eddy, CEO of the Vancouver Native Housing Society, Vancouver, BC
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