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DataFest Panel: National, state and local perspectives on creative placemaking

Following the NEA’s update on creative placemaking, this panel will provide a variety of perspectives on creative placemaking and how this national movement has affected thinking and programming at the local level here in Rhode Island and throughout the country as well as how researchers are using available tools to support creative placemaking efforts.

Panelists are Ryan Stubbs, Director of Research for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies; Heather Bryant, Associate for Research for the National Cultural Data Project; Caitlin Strokosch, director of the Alliance of Artist Communities; and Ray Watson, director of the Mount Hope Neighborhood Association in Providence. This session will be moderated by Randy Rosenbaum, Executive Director, Rhode Island State Council for the Arts.

Posted October 16, 2013 in: by Peter A. Mello

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