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Creative Rural Economy PechaKucha

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  • 1. ART IN THECOMMUNITYArt works by local artists displayed in public spaces Shire Hall PELA CFDC Offices EDO Offices Picton Hospital Local restaurants
  • 2. Photos: Tara Wilkinson
  • 3. Every dollar spent on the arts generates $3.00 (MP Daryl Kramp)
  • 4. Economic Impact Event Estimated Expenditure ($) per VisitorPicton Performances 550,498 CLIC 596,000 Art In The County 774,800 Makers Hand 804,600 Studio Tour 894,000 Jazz Festival 2,533,000 Music Festival 447,000 Total 6,599,898 Impact calculated from Ontario s Tourism Regional Economic Impact Model (TREIM) and 2010 BIA & PECAC Data
  • 5. katy@pecartscouncil.org pecac.wordpress.com argosacres.com
  • 6. This is not. . . . ERA Architects.
  • 7. Art Gallery of Ontario – Toronto, ON
  • 8. The Drake Hotel – Toronto, ON
  • 9. Design Workshop for the East Scarborough Storefront – Toronto, ON
  • 10. 1649Sainte Marie amoung the Hurons– near Midland, ON
  • 11. Sainte-Marie among the HuronsSainte Marie among the Hurons– near Midland, ON
  • 12. 1832Distillery District – Toronto, ON
  • 13. Distillery District – Toronto, ON
  • 14. 1843Brodie House Adaptive Re-use Strategy – Richmond Hill, ON
  • 15. Brodie House Adaptive Re-use Strategy – Richmond Hill, ON
  • 16. 189851 Division Police Headquarters – Toronto, ON
  • 17. 51 Division Police Headquarters – Toronto, ON
  • 18. 1913Spirit of Sir John A Platform & Restoration – Kingston, ON
  • 19. Spirit of Sir John A Platform & Restoration – Kingston, ON
  • 20. 1922Ricoh Coliseum, Canadian National Exhibition – Toronto, ON
  • 21. Ricoh Coliseum, Canadian National Exhibition – Toronto, ON
  • 22. 1960s !"#$%&$()*+",%*""-&.$/$#01& (/&2*$&3%$02$%&3"1-$/&4"%5$5*"$& An Analysis of High-Rise Apartment Tower Neighbourhoods Developed in the Post-War Boom (1945-1984) Prepared by E.R.A. Architects, planningAlliance, and the Cities Centre at the University of Toronto for the Ontario Growth Secretariat Ministry of Infrastructure November 2010Tower Renewal – Ontario
  • 23. Tower Renewal – Ontario
  • 24. 2007 2008 Concrete Toronto Book and Found Toronto Exhibition at Harbourfront
  • 25. 1860Royal Road Farmhouse – South Marysburgh, ON
  • 26. Toronto  Office     10  St.  Mary  St.,  Suite  801   Toronto,  ON  M4Y  1P9   T:  (416)  963-­‐4497   F:  (416)  963-­‐8761   Prince  Edward  County  Office   2335  Country  Road  #10,  RR  3   Picton  ON  K0K  2T0   T:  (613)  476-­‐2220   F:  (613)  476-­‐2212  www.era.on.ca  
  • 27. title
  • 28. quote
  • 29. Birdhouse 1
  • 30. Birdhouse 2
  • 31. rink
  • 32. Drive in
  • 33. Fifth town
  • 34. Harvestin’
  • 35. Atwood
  • 36. Shatner
  • 37. Underwear
  • 38. Op-ed
  • 39. Sci-fi
  • 40. grow
  • 41. Poetry
  • 42. Electric
  • 43. npr
  • 44. dragonfly
  • 45. mecanismos
  • 46. butterfly