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How can supporting places with art and culture help create thriving and sustainable communities? Join these conversations and more at the MidWest in Cincinnati, OH!




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TBT to our 2018 National Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit social Looking forward to this year in Phoenix 11/14-16.







Join us at a workshop on tools for discussing social impact of the arts on health to build support for arts funding, artists and arts in neighborhoods, at in Oct. 10-12. . ArtPlaceAmerica




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Great piece in our local newspaper announcing our hub opening! Our hub’s name and upcoming events will be announced shortly - Let’s do this! <woo!>



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TBT to our 2018 National Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit. Looking forward to the National this year in Phoenix 11/14-16.




Check out our Summer newsletter marking our 10th anniversary in business and the publication of two new reports.







2/4 Hearing about family members who had been denied opportunities because of the color of their skin made determined to help the field of be more equitable and impactful.



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While increasing public safety is often a stated goal of , the complex relationships between safety, incarceration, and place are rarely discussed. Exploring these relationships calls for new ways of thinking beyond binary categories.







It has been a joy to work on a series of culture blog posts the past few months! The most recent post features a spotlight on and an invitation to the free Ontario St. vibrant space project happening this weekend.




As part of our Malden River project, over 200 people gathered to explore the Malden River, enjoy family-friendly activities, and learn about opportunities to add more public space along the River.



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