Art of Transition Symposium, Durham Region

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  • What emerges from this consolidation of information is not the end of the process of mapping It is simply a means of establishing a baseline of information which can be updated and expanded over time This is an example of a baseline map of cultural resources in Oakville – more than 1600 assets!

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  • 1. The Art of Transition Connecting the Creative Community in Durham Region November 12, 2009
  • 2. The Power of Stories
    • ‘ To fix the economy, tell the right stories … economic confidence is driven by narratives.
    • We need more plausible ones.
    • Such narratives, especially when fuelled by accessible human-interest stories, are the thought viruses whose contagion drives the economy’
    • Robert Shiller
    • “ To fix the economy use new stories”
    • Globe and Mail
  • 3. Creative Cities
    • “ Places where you can think,
    • plan and act with imagination”
    • Cultural planning =
    • Cultural resources
    • Cultural mapping
    • Unique identity
    • Quality of place
    The Creative City: Toolkits for Urban Innovators Charles Landry (2000)
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    02/04/10 Cultural Mapping Resource Mapping ‘ Things’ Identity Mapping ‘ Stories’
  • 5. Cultural Resources Cultural Heritage Natural Heritage Festivals and Events Facilities and Spaces Community Cultural Organizations Creative Cultural Industries
  • 6. Durham Cultural Resources
    • Creative Cultural Industries 870
    • Community Cultural Organizations 30
    • Festivals and Events 166
    • Spaces and Facilities 150
    • Cultural Heritage 600
    • Natural Heritage 60
    • Total 1876
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  • 8. Creative Cultural Industries
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  • 9. Growth / Decline 2003-2006
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  • 10. % of Businesses in Creative Cultural Industries
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  • 12. 1876 Cultural Resources
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  • 14. 870 Creative Cultural Industries
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  • 16. Creative Cultural Industries- 870
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    • Stories are ‘the DNA of culture’
    • Social media tools and strategies
    • Place branding and cultural mapping  
    Community Identity Mapping
  • 22. Invite the community to share their favorites… Help people tell local stories …
  • 23. Next Step – Durham Municipal Cultural Plan Then… Planning for cultural programs Now… Integrating culture into planning systems