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Washington D.C.-based social innovator Philippa Hughes was close to refining best practices for bringing together liberals and conservatives together over food and art to engage in...

Listen into this audio recording of a webinar with David B. Pankratz recorded live on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Learn how to use evaluation to grow your creative placemaking project...

The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking's Founder, Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP offers some words of encouragement for creative placemakers as they move from shock to accepta...

Chicago Teens Design

In this episode of CreativePlace  you'll join the teens from Territory Design Studio in Chicago. We caught up with them after they presented a session at the 2019 Midwest Creative ...

Sit on the porch with The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking and three guests from Indianapolis, collaborators who are engaging community theater, neighbors, and small bu...

Albuquerque native Carlos Contreras has made a name for himself as a slam poet who now organizes community engaged art events through Immastar Productions. We caught up with him du...

Meet two individuals who are creative placemaking welcoming environments in the American South and beyond. We interviewed Jordyne Krumroy and Janeen Bryant at the 2019 Creative Pla...

Art can elicit strong emotions, but what happens when a museum contemplates installing a work that is expected to scrape at the scabs of historic wounds? This is the story of what ...

Is it possible to get liberals and conservatives to talk about politics without resorting to name calling? What if there were a way to get ordinary people from both sides of the po...

It's a Jersey Thing

Listen in on this interview with Sharnita Johnson, the Arts Program Director for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. Find out what her favorite Garden State experiences are and why ...