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  • CLICK TO REVEAL ARROWS!!
  • A world class museum partners with a pair of philanthropists and art collectors to turn an unused electrical station into a neighborhood gallery and art center. Together with engaged neighbors who help change the retail landscape of the block, they transform a block. Crime drops 34%, year over year, making the neighborhood safer and more desireable for everyone. (source: Cleveland Police Department)
  • A community development corporation partners with a design / public art firm to transform a pedestrian corridor from an unsafe eyesoreADVANCE SLIDE
  • to a welcoming and fun connector to the lakefront.Now a for-profit developer is investing $10million to create market rate apartments in a former tool and die shop adjacent to this structure, and he cites the improved lake access as a key factor in his decision to move forward. (Source: Crains Cleveland Business)
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  • This is what imagination looks like in Cleveland. Arts & culture provoke community change through integration in community development. And public money helps spark that innovation.

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture - Karen Gahl-Mills Cuyahoga Arts & Culture - Karen Gahl-Mills Presentation Transcript

  • CEOs FOR CITIES October 1, 2013
  • Designing a dream city is easy. Rebuilding a living one takes imagination. —JANE JACOBS
  • 34% $10M 83
  • http://transformerstation.org/
  • Detroit Shoreway Tunnel Before
  • Detroit Shoreway Tunnel After
  • © Positively Cleveland / Cody York
  • LAND studio “AHA” Project
  • CACGRANTS.ORG Thank You! Karen Gahl-Mills Executive Director Cuyahoga Arts & Culture kgahlmills@cacgrants.org 216.515.8303 x102 @KarenGahlMills