Presented by Artscape’s Creative Placemaking Lab and moderated by Artscape's Vice President Pru Robey. Live webinars include a presentation by a leading practitioner, discussion, Q+A, and an opportunity to network amongst peers online. Webinars are just $30 each.
The Creative Placemaking Toolbox is designed to provide you with the tools and resources you’ll need to get started on your own cultural facility development or to explore the practice of creative placemaking.
The Creative Placemaking Lab fosters dialogue about creative placemaking and city building through the arts through a range of activities, including a Mentorship & Coaching Program, Creative Placemaking Workshops, and Research and Development.
Artscape has partnered with UBC to offer an online course in Creative Placemaking, the practice of leveraging arts, culture and creativity to drive community growth and transformation. For more information, visit UBC's Centre for Cultural Planning and Development.
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December 9, 2015 at 1pm Eastern. This webinar will provide insight and learnings on developing an innovative social enterprise model and leveraging assets to deliver positive community impacts and unique experiences rooted in cultural heritage.
Partnership and Collaboration: Artscape’s approach to building community through the arts. Recorded version featuring Pru Robey and Celia Smith of Artscape.
This webinar will explore how MDI works as an effective non-profit shaping the revitalization of Midtown Detroit and how its successful initiatives are leveraging creative placemaking practice at different scales to achieve positive returns across the district.
Creative placemaking is an evolving field of practice that intentionally leverages the power of the arts, culture and creativity to serve a community’s interests while driving a broader agenda for change, growth and transformation.
A community-led, capacity-building and partnership development initiative designed to support the planning and development of community cultural hubs and other forms of arts infrastructure in areas outside of Toronto’s core.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Artscape's Pru Robey is featured on the Live with Culture site today, talking about the upcoming Creative Spaces Outside the Core Partnership Exchange.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
171 East Liberty Street, Suite 224, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 3P6