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June 21-22, 2018

Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit

Charleston WV

Don't miss the Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit for the Appalachian Region

WHEN: June 21 - 22, 2018

WHERE: Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia
Charleston, WV

WHO: The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking
in partnership with ArtPlace America

AICP Credits offered
 

The Appalachian region is full of tradition and a rich cultural history. This conference will discuss ways in which small rural communities can address creative placemaking in a way that is socially and geographically relevant to them. This conference hopes to serve West Virginia, northern Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, eastern Ohio, western New York, eastern Pennsylvania, western Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina. 

Topics include building arts in rural and isolated areas, creative placemaking in post-industrial communities, mapping assets, and protecting the ethos of a community. Artists, municipal officials, real estate professionals, and economic and policy development professionals are encouraged to attend. 

10% Discount offered for APA Members with Code: OHIOAPA10

 

https://www.cplsummit.org/appalachia

 

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2018-06-21 2018-06-22 America/Detroit Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit Don't miss the Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit for the Appalachian Region WHEN: June 21 - 22, 2018 WHERE: Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia Charleston, WV WHO: The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking in partnership with ArtPlace America AICP Credits offered   The Appalachian region is full of tradition and a rich cultural history. This conference will discuss ways in which small rural communities can address creative placemaking in a way that is socially and geographically relevant to them. This conference hopes to serve West Virginia, northern Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, eastern Ohio, western New York, eastern Pennsylvania, western Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina.  Topics include building arts in rural and isolated areas, creative placemaking in post-industrial communities, mapping assets, and protecting the ethos of a community. Artists, municipal officials, real estate professionals, and economic and policy development professionals are encouraged to attend.  10% Discount offered for APA Members with Code: OHIOAPA10   https://www.cplsummit.org/appalachia   Charleston WV