So, The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking is doing webinars. And they cover a lot of ground that’s timely -- cultural competency, resilience, financing, healing, economic recovery and more. But is it going to be the same-old, same-old?
C’mon, we’re NCCP! We don’t do the same-old, same-old.
You’ll get insights from experts on ways to help communities heal and recover faster and become more resilient through local arts and cultural activities.
But wait, there’s more!
It’s going to be a more social experience than you usually get in other webinars. We’ll give you plenty of time and space to share your thoughts, recommendations and questions. And we’re offering a half hour after the webinar for you to share your thoughts and build connections in small groups. (You know, like you do at roundtables in a conference. Except you’ll have to bring your own snacks and beverages.)
Oh, and all the webinars have been approved, or will be submitted for 1 AICP Certification Maintenance credit eadh. C’est lagniappe.
You can get each webinar for $20, or buy a 12-pack for $192. I’d go for the bundle. Not only is it a better deal, but you’re also helping a nonprofit organization provide free and low-cost programming to support cultural economies and help grow more inclusive, sustainable, prosperous and just communities.
Sound good? Check out the upcoming webinars .
Not sure yet? Ok, then let’s get serious. You will get valuable information from instructors with decades of experience in creative placemaking, community economic development, nonprofit management, and more. Here are the dates and topics:
September 29: Culturally Competent Placemaking: Part 1 - Human Needs Placemaking
October 21: Culturally Competent Placemaking: Part 2 - Community Engagement and Triple Loop Learning
November 17: Building more resilient communities through creative placemaking
December 1: Artful Urban Design Part 1: Growing your cultural ecosystem
January 12: Artful Urban Design Part 2: Public art for better mental and physical health
February 16: Financing Creative Placemaking
March 30: Economic development basics for artists, designers and makers
April 20: Artists as social change agents
May 11: Working with artists on creative placemaking
June 15: Ethics and competencies in creative placemaking
July 13: History of Creative Placemaking in the United States Part 1
July 27: History of Creative Placemaking in the United States Part 2
Ok, are you ready? Hey, you made it this far. Why not try a webinar? You might be pleasantly surprised.
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