CreativePlacemaking             Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6 Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Wendy ...
WELCOME    WELCOME    WELCOMEwww. NationalCreativityNetwork.org
HOUSE     Keeping    Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to      Wendy Liscow ...
Steve     DalhbergCreative Placemaking Email your questions, comments, or       input to Wendy Liscow        wliscow@grdod...
Engaging Creative Community:   Placemaking By Choice, Not By Chance                               NATIONAL CREATIVITY     ...
Creative Placemaking is a ProcessIMAGINE     CONNECT          ENGAGEimagine        INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND...
IMAGINE: Everyone is Creative          “Every human being is an artist ...           called to participate in            t...
IMAGINE: Creativity is …             Thinking in new ways             A mindset of seeing differently              and p...
IMAGINE: Creativity … What Is It?Creativity is a process of: Becoming sensitive to  problems, deficiencies, gaps in  know...
IMAGINE: Creative Process                                 Generating                                 Conceptualizing    ...
IMAGINE: Developing Creativity?              4 PS OF CREATIVITY            If it’s important, what does    PRODUCT creativ...
Creative Placemaking Requires Creativity  Deliberate creativity can be   developed, practiced and     applied on purpose –...
Creative Placemaking is a ProcessIMAGINE     CONNECT          ENGAGEimagine        INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND...
E. Paul Torrance’s Manifesto for CreativityWHAT IF WE … supported this kind of creativity in communities?  •   Dont be afr...
Engaging Creative Community:   Placemaking By Choice, Not By Chance                               NATIONAL CREATIVITY     ...
Leo            VazquezArts Build Communities-   Rutgers University  Email your questions, comments, or        input to Wen...
ABOUT US                         LEONARDOARTS BUILD               V A Z Q U E Z , A I C P / P P, D ICOMMUNITIES           ...
WHAT IS CREATIVE PLACEMAKING?  A set of processes and strategies designed to promoteeconomic and community development thr...
WHAT IS PLACE? WHAT IS PLACEMAKING?Place is to space as       Placemaking is the   person is to body.         ongoing set ...
WHAT MAKES CREATIVE PLACEMAKING DIFFERENTFROM WHAT WAS DONE BEFORE?                       C R E AT I V ETRADITIONAL VIEW  ...
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Capitol_and_Lincoln_Memorial.jpg, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:022306-Celeb...
CHALLENGES IN CREATIVE PLACEMAKINGMANAGERS & PLANNERS   B U T C R E AT I V I T YMORE COMFORTABLEWHEN THEY CAN…        TEND...
STEPS IN CREATIVE PLACEMAKINGCapacity building strategies Developing a team of creative placemaking stewards Conducting ...
HOW ARTS BUILD COMMUNITIES FURTHERSCREATIVE PLACEMAKINGC APA C I T Y B U I L D I N GAND CONTINUING                  RESEAR...
FOR MORE INFORMATION:            Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP          Director, Arts Build Communities            www.policy...
Donna           Neuwirth                Wormfarm                 InstituteEmail your questions, comments, or      input to...
A Live Culture Convergence               2011 Featuring:   the Farm/Art               DTourwww.wormfarm institute.org
SAVEThe Date…1. Look for a survey following this webinar2. Future webinars:  3rd Thursday every other month:  •   January ...
Stay Connected           Join our email list:   http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org/contact-us               - OR -      ...
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In the words of a recent National Endowment for the Arts report, Creative Placemaking animates public and private spaces, rejuvenates structures and streetscapes, improves local business viability and public safety, and brings diverse people together to celebrate, inspire, and be inspired.

Arts and culture have been a part of community revitalization and economic development strategies for years. Creative Placemaking is more than a new term for this effort -- at its highest levels, it involves a new way of thinking about the role of creativity in making society more sustainable. It is not just about doing projects -- it is also about the thinking behind the projects and about making stronger connections between creative, community and economic development.

Learn from experts and practitioners who have been at the heart of efforts to use creativity to grow communities and get a sneak peek at Creative Placemaking in action. Our three panelists will provide some helpful examples of what they have done in their communities:

Steve Dalhberg, is director of the Connecticut-based International Centre for Creativity and Imagination, vice president of innovation for Future Workplace, and faculty of "Creativity + Social Change" at the University of Connecticut.

Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP is the Director of Arts Build Communities at Rutgers University. He will discuss Rutgers¹ community coaching program and ABC¹s new Master Practitioner Certificate Program in creative placemaking.

The Wormfarm Institute in Sauk County, Wisconsin, is rural creative placemaking at its best. It's a 40-acre organic vegetable farm and creative hub, begun 15 years ago by artists Jay Salinas and Donna Neuwirth. Wormfarm aims to recreate the link that once existed between culture and agriculture with innovative and intuitive efforts that center around a sense of the land and the community.

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  • Please mute your phone: STAR-6Email: questions, comments, or Bob MorrisonWe’ve got a great session planned. We’ll have a brief program followed by an opportunity for you to submit and ask questions and also some have indicated they’d like to share their updates of what’s going on in their networks locally. The second half of the webinar is reserved for that. If you do have something to share, please send an email to Bob Morrison at the address on your screen. Bob will be keeping us on time today and will also field those requests.
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  • 12/15/2011 Webinar: Creative Placemaking: Thinking Beyond Projects

    1. 1. CreativePlacemaking Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6 Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Wendy Liscow wliscow@grdodge.org
    2. 2. WELCOME WELCOME WELCOMEwww. NationalCreativityNetwork.org
    3. 3. HOUSE Keeping Please mute your phone: PRESS STAR-6Email your questions, comments, or feedback to Wendy Liscow wliscow@grdodge.org
    4. 4. Steve DalhbergCreative Placemaking Email your questions, comments, or input to Wendy Liscow wliscow@grdodge.org
    5. 5. Engaging Creative Community: Placemaking By Choice, Not By Chance NATIONAL CREATIVITY NETWORK WEBINAR DECEMBER 15, 2011 Steven Dahlberg International Centre for Creativity and Imagination www.appliedimagination.org dahlberg@appliedimagination.org 612 432 5442imagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    6. 6. Creative Placemaking is a ProcessIMAGINE CONNECT ENGAGEimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    7. 7. IMAGINE: Everyone is Creative “Every human being is an artist ... called to participate in transforming and reshaping the conditions, thinking and structures that shape and condition our lives.” :: JOSEPH BEUYS, German Artistimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    8. 8. IMAGINE: Creativity is …  Thinking in new ways  A mindset of seeing differently and perceiving differently  A process for planning, problem solving and creating  By choice … not by chance “I learned creativity is more than just an „art‟ thing. It has to do with the mind and being able to open it up.” :: 37-YEAR-OLD UCONN STUDENTimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    9. 9. IMAGINE: Creativity … What Is It?Creativity is a process of: Becoming sensitive to problems, deficiencies, gaps in knowledge, missing elements, disharmonies, and so on; Identifying the difficulty; Searching for solutions, making guesses, or formulating hypotheses about the deficiencies; Testing and retesting these hypotheses and possibly modifying and retesting them; And finally communicating the results. :: E. PAUL TORRANCEimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    10. 10. IMAGINE: Creative Process  Generating  Conceptualizing  Optimizing  Implementing MIN BASADURimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    11. 11. IMAGINE: Developing Creativity? 4 PS OF CREATIVITY If it’s important, what does PRODUCT creativity look like … when it’s made visible? How might we encourage and PERSON recognize creative talents and behaviors in everyone? How might we engage more PROCESS creativity? How might we create and shape PLACE more creative environments? M. Rhodesimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    12. 12. Creative Placemaking Requires Creativity Deliberate creativity can be developed, practiced and applied on purpose – by choice, not only by chance. The intentionality is what makes creativity visible.imagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    13. 13. Creative Placemaking is a ProcessIMAGINE CONNECT ENGAGEimagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    14. 14. E. Paul Torrance’s Manifesto for CreativityWHAT IF WE … supported this kind of creativity in communities? • Dont be afraid to fall in love with something and pursue it with intensity. • Know, understand, take pride in, practice, develop, exploit and enjoy your greatest strengths. • Learn to free yourself from the expectations of others and to walk away from the games they impose on you. • Free yourself to play your own game. • Find a great teacher or mentor who will help you. • Learn the skills of interdependence. • Dont waste energy trying to be well rounded. • Do what you love and can do well.imagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    15. 15. Engaging Creative Community: Placemaking By Choice, Not By Chance NATIONAL CREATIVITY NETWORK WEBINAR DECEMBER 15, 2011 Steven Dahlberg International Centre for Creativity and Imagination www.appliedimagination.org dahlberg@appliedimagination.org 612 432 5442imagine INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
    16. 16. Leo VazquezArts Build Communities- Rutgers University Email your questions, comments, or input to Wendy Liscow wliscow@grdodge.org
    17. 17. ABOUT US LEONARDOARTS BUILD V A Z Q U E Z , A I C P / P P, D ICOMMUNITIES RECTOR*Provides expertise on *15+ years in community planning and local how arts connects economic economic and development community *10+ years in professional development development for urban planning and*Provides continuing placemaking education and professionals capacity building *Co-Founder of Arts Build Communities, a center services, thought focused on creative leadership and placemaking practical research
    18. 18. WHAT IS CREATIVE PLACEMAKING? A set of processes and strategies designed to promoteeconomic and community development through the arts and to enhance the environment for creativity A new field that connects proven approaches to cultural development, community development and economic developmentWork that elevates creativity in a place, not just “bring arts”
    19. 19. WHAT IS PLACE? WHAT IS PLACEMAKING?Place is to space as Placemaking is the person is to body. ongoing set ofPlaces have histories processes and and meanings to its activities that users, which go develop, define and beyond the sum of its maintain places. physical elements. Most placemaking isPlaces have identities; unintentional, subtle, spaces have objects. or goes unnoticed. Placemaking happens through the relationships among people an their environments
    20. 20. WHAT MAKES CREATIVE PLACEMAKING DIFFERENTFROM WHAT WAS DONE BEFORE? C R E AT I V ETRADITIONAL VIEW PLACEMAKING• Arts are “brought • Arts connect and in” to gentrify or promote creative civilize a place people and activities• Arts are an add-on • Arts are integrated with, even central to other to, community and placemaking economic initiatives development• Arts should be initiatives concentrated in • Arts and creativity centers and everywhere districts
    21. 21. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Capitol_and_Lincoln_Memorial.jpg, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:022306-CelebrationFL11.jpg, http://www.fotopedia.com/search?q=performing%20arts%20center&human_license=reuse
    22. 22. CHALLENGES IN CREATIVE PLACEMAKINGMANAGERS & PLANNERS B U T C R E AT I V I T YMORE COMFORTABLEWHEN THEY CAN… TENDS TO…Predict Be unpredictableManage Be uncontrollableProgram Be allergic toWork in phases with regulations clear and Have subtle outcomes measurable that lead to profound outcomes impactsTurn issues and Raise awareness about challenges into problems that may be solvable problems difficult or impossible to solve
    23. 23. STEPS IN CREATIVE PLACEMAKINGCapacity building strategies Developing a team of creative placemaking stewards Conducting analysis of current conditions Developing creative placemaking strategiesImplementation strategies Getting direct or indirect contributions Building creative communities Building creative economies
    24. 24. HOW ARTS BUILD COMMUNITIES FURTHERSCREATIVE PLACEMAKINGC APA C I T Y B U I L D I N GAND CONTINUING RESEARCH ANDE D U C AT I O N THOUGHT LEADERSHIP• Creative Placemaking • NJ Creative Vitality Conference Index• Creative Placemaking • Creative Placemaking Certificate Program Toolkit• Community Coaching • ABC NJ ArtiFacts • Sustainable Jersey
    25. 25. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Leonardo Vazquez, AICP/PP Director, Arts Build Communities www.policy.rutgers.edu/abc vazquezl@rutgers.edu p. 848-932-2747 Twitter: RUArtsBuild Rutgers University 33 Livingston Avenue, #245 New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    26. 26. Donna Neuwirth Wormfarm InstituteEmail your questions, comments, or input to Wendy Liscow wliscow@grdodge.org
    27. 27. A Live Culture Convergence 2011 Featuring: the Farm/Art DTourwww.wormfarm institute.org
    28. 28. SAVEThe Date…1. Look for a survey following this webinar2. Future webinars: 3rd Thursday every other month: • January 19, 12:00-1:00pm EST Creative Economies Index • February 16, 12:00-1:00pm EST Crayola Chief Creative Officer
    29. 29. Stay Connected Join our email list: http://nationalcreativitynetwork.org/contact-us - OR - “Like” us on Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/pages/National-Creativity- Network/160055847352301
    30. 30. Thank YouThank YouThank You
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