CASE STUDY: History of creative placemaking in the United States

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Join the National Consortium for Creative Placemaking for our upcoming Creative Placemaking Leadership Webinars. The CPL Webinars combine short presentation with instructor-guided conversations among peers. You can learn and shre your own insights and experiences. The webinars are designed for urban designers and planners, arts administrators and civic artists, public affairs professionals, grantmakers, and anyone working at or interested in the intersection of arts and culture with social and economic issues.

The sessions are free, but we hope you can make a donation of at least $10.  They will help The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking provide more free and low-cost programming.   You can register for as many sessions as you would like.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2 – 3 pm eastern

History of creative placemaking in the United States

The term ‘creative placemaking’ was coined only six years ago, but it has been happening in various forms in the US since at least the late 19th century. This webinar will explore the earliest work in creative placemaking in America. Participants will learn about the pioneering work of Charles Mulford Robinson, Edgar Lee Hewett and others, and discover how placemaking through arts and culture has evolved over more than a century.

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