The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking proudly presents the 2018 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit for the Northeastern Corridor in Madison, New Jersey.
This two-day convening is scheduled to take place at Drew University in Madison, NJ on May 3 and May 4. Key topics include sports and their role in arts development, gentrification and the ethical ambiguity of creative placemaking, and physical design. This region serves New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
This conference hopes to engage community leaders from this region in developing innovative ways to create arts and cultural programming in their towns.
Two-day access to the summit is $250 and includes food for both days, workshops, social events and printed materials. Single-day access is $175. Please note that only registered participants will be able to subsequently reserve their spots in individual sessions. New York City Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver will lead one of the sessions, entitled, “Unearthing Negro League History in East Orange.” Space in that workshop is limited to 20 people.
Registrants can also chose from more than 30 sessions on topics of gentrification, funding, sports and arts, making space for creativity and design and more.
All sessions have been submitted for AICP Certification Maintenance credits. Each hour of instruction equals one CM credit.
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