2022 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit: South & Appalachia

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2022 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit: South & Appalachia

Gathering artists, community leaders, educators, and other professionals to explor creative placemaking trends, practices, and opportunities

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CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio 123 West Franklin Street Chapel Hill, NC 27516

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November 1, 2022: Virtual Pre-Conference.

November 3-4, 2022: Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Register for one or both events today; registrants do not need to attend the in-person summit to attend the virtual pre-conference.

South Arts, in partnership with Creative Placemaking Communities, is bringing the 2022 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit: South & Appalachia to Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The Summit is designed to facilitate a network of artists, civic and cultural leaders, educators, public officials, and more from around the South to work in unison to build new and stronger partnerships, projects, programs, and policies. The experiences created at the summit will inform, inspire and empower the voices of those in the community.

Join us November 1 for a virtual pre-conference and in person November 3-4, 2022, to experience what the Summit has to offer: its peer-to-peer exchanges, professional development, research roundtables, and much more. The Summit is more than a gathering. It’s a place for creative placemakers working, living, or interested in the South to grow their strength and their community.

For the conference agenda, travel information, and other details, visit the Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit homepage.

The 2022 Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit is produced in partnership by South Arts and Creative Placemaking Communities with support from the Town of Chapel Hill, Community Arts and Culture, Arts Everywhere, the North Carolina Arts Council, the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

$20 – $279