Tag Archives: Placemaking

How to Create Successful Markets

“How to Create Successful Markets” is a two-day training course where participants learn the essentials for creating a thriving public market that is economically sustainable, maximizes community benefits and contributes to the creation of public places that attract a broad diversity of people. Participants will learn the essentials for creating an extraordinary public market during work sessions and on-site tours of New York City’s thriving open-air and indoor public markets. Learn more and register... Read more

People & Places 2017

​Attend this national peer-learning event for placemakers. Join people from different regions, cultures, and national networks as they share what’s working to advance prosperity for the people who live and work there. Attendees will go to Capitol Hill and raise their voices on behalf of the communities they serve. And, they will explore solutions and challenges from around the country. Learn more and register... Read more

Making Sense of Place: Place Theory and Placemaking in Practice

Pratt Institute Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment proudly presents this one-day symposium to discuss current theory and practices in placemaking. Participants include the foremost thinkers and theorists on “place” and the leading practitioners of urban placemaking. Supported by Pratt Institute’s Urban Placemaking and Management program, the symposium seeks to unite the academic world of place theory with the practical work of urban placemakers. Register now... Read more

Cultural Corridor Consortium Grants

Transportation for America is seeking to award $50,000 (each) to creative placemaking projects in three cities that engage residents, attract the attention of local public works and transportation agencies, and spark new conversations that bring more people to the table to plan and implement new transportation investments. T4America is especially committed to funding collaborative projects that expand transportation opportunities and local control for low-income people, recent immigrants, and people of color living in communities that have experienced disproportionate disinvestment and... Read more

Placemaking: Making it Happen

This intensive training course builds on participants’ knowledge of Placemaking concepts and provides the tools to implement and manage Placemaking projects. Speakers include individuals who have hands-on experience in Placemaking across the country, and many of the presentations will focus on recent success stories. Learn more and register... Read more

The Brilliant Simplicity of New York’s New Times Square

Times Square recently completed its six-year transformation from a congested thoroughfare into a European-style piazza. The redesign doubled the amount of pedestrian space. Remaking the Crossroads of the World follows a broader trend by cities around the world to create more pedestrian-friendly spaces that favor people over cars. Read more... Read more
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