National CPLS attracting cultural and civic leaders from around the US

Updated: Oct 29, 2019

Decision-makers, executives and key influencers from a wide variety of public agencies, cultural organizations, and community-based organizations are gathering for the second annual National Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit in Phoenix, AZ, November 14-16.

Here are some of the organizations whose leaders you can connect with at the Summit: City of Albuquerque Planning Department, NM | Americans for the Arts, Washington, DC | Arizona State University Herberger Institute of Design and Art, Phoenix, AZ | ArtPlace America, Brooklyn, NY | Arts on the Block, Kensington, MD | Arts Commission of Greater Toledo, OH | City of Austin Transportation Department, TX | Ayers Saint Gross, Baltimore, MD | Ballet Arizona, Phoenix, AZ | Barr Foundation, Boston, MA | Burning Man, San Francisco, CA | Cadence Creative, Inc., Albany, NY | Carl Small Town Center, Mississippi State, MS | City of Chandler, AZ | Civic Arts, Austin, TX | Claire West Consulting, Tucson, AZ | Coconino County Parks & Recreation, Flagstaff, AZ | Deloitte, Washington, DC | Desert Soul Media Inc., Phoenix| Designing Local, Columbus, OH | Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix | Downtown Tempe Authority, Tempe, AZ | City of Dubuque, IA | Extra Terrestrial Projects, New York, NY | First Peoples Fund, Rapid City, SD | Foundation Communities, Austin, TX |Gila River Indian Community, AZ | City of Glendale, AZ | Indigenous Design Collaborative, Arizona State University, Phoenix | International Sonoran Desert Alliance, Why, AZ | Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, Topeka, KS | The Kresge Foundation, Troy, MI | Laboratory, Lewisville, TX | Local Story, New York, NY| Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), Baltimore, MD | City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, CA | Lower Polk Community Benefit District, San Francisco, CA | City of Mercer Island, WA | Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, AZ | Metro Arts: Nashville Office of Arts and Culture, TN | Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, MN | National Accelerator for Cultural Innovation, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ | New England College, Manchester, NH | The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking, Union, NJ | The New School, New York, NY | Peninsula College, Port Angeles, WA | Plainfield Special Improvement District, Plainfield, NJ |Prospect Bluff Properties, Houston, TX | Reverb Art + Design, Cincinnati, OH | Salt Lake Arts Council Foundation, Salt Lake City, UT | City of San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs, CA | Southwest Folk Life Alliance, Tucson, AZ | Scottsdale Arts, Scottsdale, AZ | Studio for Creativity, Place and Equitable Communities, Arizona State University, Phoenix | City of Tempe, AZ | The Trust for Public Land, Denver, CO and Brooklyn, NY | University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, College Park, MD | Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN| Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park and Museum, Wilson, NC | City of Wilson, NC | Women of Diversity Productions, Inc., Las Vegas, NV

Join other leaders, innovators, artists, key influencers and more at the National Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit, November 14-16, Phoenix, Arizona. Learn more or register.

The 2019 National CPLS is produced by The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking, ArtPlace America and the ASU Herberger Institute of Arts and Design. It is made possible by support from ArtPlace America, Cultural Design Group, MEC Placemaking, Metris Arts Consulting, and Mortimer and Mimi Levitt Foundation.

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