LOOKING TO BUILD YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN THE FIELD OF CREATIVE PLACEMAKING?
We offer a range of training, coaching, and networking opportunities to fit your needs and lifestyle. From individual sessions to leadership summits across the country, NCCP can help you develop skills and knowledge in the field of creative placemaking.
Need help choosing a program that's right for you?
Contact our Founding Director, Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP at
We host affordable summits all over the country to develop leaders. During the pandemic we are offering the programming as a series that begins virtually and culminates with a two-day, In-person gathering. Meet and learn from people across the country. Each summit is driven by local organizers who create relevant, vital content. In 2019 2,000 people joined this growing community across 5 locations.
Our webinars offer an introduction to the field of creative placemaking. Join us to learn about topics such as the history of creative placemaking, the rise of the freelance artist, community coaching, cultural districts, and more! Each session provides time for questions and answers with experienced leaders. Subscribe to the website for updates on a new schedule of webinars.
WORKSHOPS AND CUSTOM TRAINING
Contact us to let us know what your community needs. We can tailor workshops and other custom trainings to focus on community engagement, creative asset mapping, economic development, and site-specific events. Contact Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP, Founding Director to learn more at
What do you need? We can help you develop short and long-term strategies for your organization or group. Whether you’re just starting out or have plenty of experience- this custom training can help you further develop your goals and strategies. We offer ‘Strategy Labs’ which are tailored to the needs of your town or city, employing crowdsourcing tactics and technical expertise to strategize, design, and curate ideas about how underused spaces can be transformed into community assets using creative placemaking techniques.
The New Hampshire Institute of the Arts’ Certificate in Creative Placemaking is designed to build a shared knowledge base and ethical framework for creative placemaking. This low-residency program is an invaluable experience for those working in civic art, urban planning, public policy, community development, and leadership development.
Strategy Labs are designed to engage communities through charrettes on various scales throughout the communities. Tailored to the needs of the town or city, Strategy Labs employ crowdsourcing tactics and technical expertise to strategize, design, and curate ideas about how underused spaces can be transformed into community assets using creative placemaking techniques.
Currently only available to select states, our resources page lists resources that could be valuable to creative placemakers working in certain parts of the country. It includes information about grantmakers, community and cultural organizations, consultants, artists, and municipalities involved in creative placemaking. You can also learn about training and development opportunities.