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The Art of Placemaking Podcast

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A podcast about The Art of Placemaking Conference organized by WaterFire Providence in Providence, RI on November 7 and 8, 2013.

A podcast about The Art of Placemaking Conference organized by WaterFire Providence in Providence, RI on November 7 and 8, 2013.
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A podcast about The Art of Placemaking Conference organized by WaterFire Providence in Providence, RI on November 7 and 8, 2013.

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English


Episodes

18 | Anne Markusen - How Do We Know Creative Placemaking is Working?

3/18/2015
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Ann Markusen leads a discussion in an attempt to answer the following important questions: What are the missions of creative placemaking? How can we monitor progress over short periods of time? What research methods are best suited to the challenge? Who are the audiences for evaluation? What's your best story about how research and evaluation led to better outcomes, and for whom? __________________________ Ann Markusen is Director of the Arts Economy Initiative and the Project on Regional...

Duration: 00:47:35


17 | NEA Update on Creative Placemaking Research and Programs - Part 2

2/26/2015
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Sunil Iyengar, Director, Office of Research and Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts, will present the NEA’s latest research and thinking on creative placemaking in America and will be joined by Jason Schupbach, Design Director who will provide and update on NEA creative placemaking programs.

Duration: 00:51:06


16 | NEA Update on Creative Placemaking Research and Programs - Part 1

2/26/2015
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Sunil Iyengar, Director, Office of Research and Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts, will present the NEA’s latest research and thinking on creative placemaking in America and will be joined by Jason Schupbach, Design Director who will provide and update on NEA creative placemaking programs.

Duration: 00:21:52


15 | 30 Years of Creative Placemaking in Providence

2/25/2015
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Bert Crenca,AS220, Barnaby Evans,WaterFire Providenceand Clay Rockefeller,The Steel Yardand Lynne McCormack, Director ofArt Culture + Tourism, City of Providence share their experiences in building and supporting creative cultural institutions that helped redefine a city. This panel was moderated byAnne Gadwa Nicodemus.

Duration: 01:06:59


14 | What can cities and state governments do to foster creative developmen

2/25/2015
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Creative communities: what are the ingredients of building a creative community? What can cities and state governments do to encourage creative development? How do we break down the silos and encourage collaborations?Come listen and discuss with a panel of creative placemakers working inside government to connect and navigate the landscape of planning, economic development, education, transportation and the arts. In this panel discussion moderator Jack Becker, the publisher ofPublic Art...

Duration: 01:05:01


13 | Putting Creativity to Work: Creative Placemaking with People at the Ce

10/1/2014
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A presentation by Marty Pottenger Arts projects that focus on engagement and collaboration outside the arts sector are sometimes the most successful, but are often the most difficult to complete successfully. A practitioner’s seasoned perspective on creating work that engages and transforms communities, we will learn about projects with New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection/Local 147 Sandhog’s Union, a city-wide gathering at Union Square four days after 9/11, and a...

Duration: 00:28:30


12 | Jed Pearsall, Measuring What Matters: Sponsorship Research Lessons for

3/25/2014
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While it's great to attend a conference and hear from all the experts from within your field, it can be even more useful to hear from experts who work in other fields. At The Art of Placemaking conference we invited Jed Pearsall, founder and president of Performance Research, a global leader in marketing and sponsorship research for Fortune 50 brands, to share his experiences in working with companies who sponsor the Arts. Performance Research's mission is to help clients capture and...

11 | It’s all about people: Measuring the Social Impact of Creative Placema

3/19/2014
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Sarah Lee, Vice President for Arts & Culture, Slover Linett Audience ResearchSharon Yazowski, Executive Director, Levitt Pavillions Placemaking begins and ends with people. While current creative placemaking vibrancy indicators focus primarily on economic impact, we believe there's more to the story: social impact. Join Sharon Yazowski, Executive Director of Levitt Pavilions, and Sarah Lee, Vice President for Arts & Culture at Slover Linett Audience Research, to learn about how they are...

Duration: 00:19:04


10 | Laura Zabel, Change the Narrative: Measuring Placemaking’s Effect on N

3/7/2014
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When you ask Mayors or community organizers what their biggest challenge is, often they say "helping people believe that change is possible." This session will use the Irrigate project in St.Paul, Minnesota as a case study to share how many small, locally-grown, creative placemaking projects can contribute to a change in neighborhood narrative and lead to greater agency and equity in the community.

Duration: 00:48:47


9 | U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Art of Placemaking Conference Closing

2/28/2014
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Rhode Islanders know they can count on Sheldon Whitehouse to fight for the middle-class values that matter most to us. Sheldon believes that every child deserves the opportunities provided by a good education, and that anyone willing to work hard should be able to find a good job. He believes in the promise of Social Security and Medicare to provide a basic measure of dignity forseniors when they retire.

Duration: 00:10:30


8 | ArtPlace America, Updates and Lessons from the Field

2/27/2014
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Liz Crane, Director of Partnerships and Special Projects, ArtPlace AmericaKimberly Driggins, Associate Director, Citywide Planning Division Office of Planning Government of District of ColumbiaLori Lobenstine, Youth Action Lead, Design Studio for Social InterventionMax MacCarthy, Executive Director, Upham's Corner Main Street ArtPlace America was formed three years ago as a collaboration of foundations, federal agencies, and banks to accelerate the creative placemaking movement. This...

Duration: 01:09:29


7 | Maria Rosario Jackson, Field-building: opportunities and obstacles in c

2/27/2014
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Maria Rosario Jacksonis senior adviser to the Arts and Culture Program at The Kresge Foundation and adjunct faculty at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, Calif. In 2013, President Obama appointed Maria to the National Council on the Arts. She serves on the advisory board of the Lambent Foundation and on boards of directors of the National Performance Network and the Alliance for California Traditional Arts.

Duration: 00:52:13


6 | Anne Gadwa Nicodemus, Indicators, Metrics and Evaluations, Oh My!

2/27/2014
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As a researcher, writer, speaker, and advocate, Anne Gadwa Nicodemus tells stories through narratives and numbers. Her favorite muse iscreative placemaking. She’s fascinated by all kinds of places—their form, their people, their change. A choreographer/arts administrator turned urban planner, Nicodemus is a leading voice in the intersection of arts and community development.

Duration: 00:49:45


5 | Laura Zabel, Springboard for the Arts

10/31/2013
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In episode # 5 of The Art of Placemaking Podcast, we speak with Laura Zabel, Executive Director, Springboard for the Arts, about her session, Change the Narrative: Measuring Placemaking’s Effect on Neighborhood Narrativeon November 7, 2013 from 9:45 - 10:45 PM. This session will use the Irrigate project in St.Paul, Minnesota as a case study to share how many small, locally-grown, creative placemaking projects can contribute to a change in neighborhood narrative and lead to greater agency...

Duration: 00:05:33


4 | Lynne McCormack

10/24/2013
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Placemaking in Providence In episode # 4 of The Art of Placemaking Podcast, we speak with Lynne McCormack, Director, Department of Art, Culture + Tourism, City of Providence about two sessions that she will be participating in at The Art of Placemaking Conference on November 7 and 8, 2013. Lynne McCormackserves as the director ofArt, Culture + Tourismfor the City of Providence, Rhode Island. In her 14-year tenure as a city arts administrator she has moved through the ranks, from production...

Duration: 00:06:08


3 | Marshall Sponder, Social Media for the Arts

10/23/2013
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In this short podcast we speak with Marshall Sponder about his book,Social Media Analytics: Effective Tools for Building, Interpreting, and Using Metrics (hardcoveror Kindle) as well as his Rutger's University online course Social Media for the Arts. Sponder's session at The Art of Placemaking Conference is titledSocial Media for the Arts: Measuring the Impact of Art for Community Buildingand will: Discuss a variety of ways communities can be mapped and measured within social media. Find...

Duration: 00:05:17


2 | Kip Bergstrom, Create Here Now CT

10/17/2013
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Peter A. Mellospeaks withKip Bergstrom, presenter at The Art of Placemaking Conference,about what's happening in creative placemaking in the State of Connecticut. Bergstrom is Deputy Commissioner,Department of Economic and Community Developmentin the State of Connecticut. From the DECD website: Kip has 30 years of experience as a strategist, business executive, economic development professional and place-maker. He is a nationally prominent advocate of place-centric economic development. He...

Duration: 00:06:36


1 | Anne Gadwa Nicodemus, Metris Arts Consulting

10/8/2013
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Peter A. Mello, managing director of WaterFire Providence, organizers of The Art of Placemaking Conference interviews Anne Gadwa Nicodemus of Metris Arts Consulting about her opening keynote for the conference.

Duration: 00:06:51