By Andrea Orlando
The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking
What we've learned from meeting so many creative placemakers is that there are multiple pathways to entry into the practice. Practitioners bring the best of what they already know to a creative, collaborative, process with infinite possibilities.
Learn tips for building your practice from three graduates of the Certificate in Creative Placemaking program from three disciplines: urban planning, public art, and pedestrian and cyclist advocacy, in a webinar we recorded May 3, 2019.
NCCP Leonardo Vazquez/AICP/PP hosted and moderated with the three guests: Kadie Dempsey of Core Creative Placemaking in Morristown, NJ, Amanda Golden of Designing Local in Columbus, Ohio, and John Sullivan of Bike and Walk Montclair. The mostly online program is offered jointly by NCCP and the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Click below to watch and listen.