How can creative placemaking help more people?
What are the biggest challenges facing creative placemakers?
What are the newest ideas and latest thinking in the field?
Get useful insights and share your thoughts at the
2015 Creative Placemaking Knowledge Exchange
Friday, June 26, 8:30 to 4 pm
Rutgers University School of Public Affairs and Administration
111 Washington Street, Newark, NJ
A creative gathering for researchers, funders, policymakers, and practitioners in creative placemaking.
Informal but informative, the Knowledge Exchange will feature peer learning with topics chosen by the participants, along with quick and to-the-point presentations from creative placemakers.
Pecha Kucha, lightning talks, open space technology. If you know these terms, you’ll understand what makes this convening different. If you don’t, join us and see for yourself.
Registration is $100, but you may be eligible for a discount:
- National Consortium for Creative Placemaking subscribers (that is, those who get the newsletter): $65. Please see recent NCCP newsletter for discount code
- Presenters: $65 (please contact Leonardo Vazquez for discount code)
- Members of creative teams in New Jersey: $50 (please contact Leonardo Vazquez for discount code)
- Current Rutgers, NJIT, and Ohio State University students: $20. (To get the discount code, please send an email to Leonardo Vazquez at email@example.com. Proof of current student enrollment required.)
It includes breakfast, lunch, afternoon beverage, a walking tour, lots of useful information and maybe some new connections. See the preliminary agenda here: http://creativeplacemaking.blogspot.com/2015/05/agenda-for-2015-creative-placemaking.html
Would you like to present on new research or initiatives in creative placemaking? Propose a presentation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015CPKE
The Knowledge Exchange is produced by The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking, Rutgers University School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University Arts, Culture and Media Department. It is supported in part by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, New Jersey Health Initiative, New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Northern New Jersey Community Foundation, Rutgers University - Newark Department of Arts, Culture and Media and The Ohio State University City and Regional Planning Program.