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Webinar Summary:

Creative placemaking – defined by the Kresge Foundation as the process of deliberately integrating arts, culture and community-engaged design into comprehensive community development – can be a catalyst in creating more equitable and inclusive places. During the pandemic and the protests for racial justice, creative placemaking has emerged as a strategy to draw attention to injustice, elevate diverse voices, and create new opportunities for socially distanced community gathering and engagement.

How is creative placemaking in public spaces and real estate adapting to this period of disruption and what will it look like going forward? Experts from across the United States and beyond to explore creative placemaking today and in the future.

Webinar Summary: Creative placemaking – defined by the Kresge Foundation as the process of deliberately integrating arts, culture and community-engaged design into comprehensive community development – can be a catalyst in creating more equitable and inclusive places. During the pandemic and the protests for racial justice, creative placemaking has emerged as a strategy to draw attention to injustice, elevate diverse voices, and create new opportunities for socially distanced community gathering and engagement.

How is creative placemaking in public spaces and real estate adapting to this period of disruption and what will it look like going forward? Experts from across the United States and beyond to explore creative placemaking today and in the future.

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