What is the role of the arts and the creative community in creating livable, sustainable communities? A panel conversation convened this month by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Canadian Embassy is a must-watch debate on “creative placemaking” and the role it plays in the evolution of the public realm.
Participants include Richard Florida, Author, The Great Reset and The Rise of the Creative Class; Tim Jones, President & CEO, Toronto Artscape; Rick Lowe, Founder, Project Row Houses, Houston, Texas; and Ann Markusen, Professor and Director, Project on Regional and Industrial Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.
The discussion is moderated by Carol Coletta, CEO, CEOs for Cities.
- Click here to watch the entire “Creative Placemaking” panel conversation via UStream