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During a recent trip to New Orleans, I reconnected with an urban planning friend, now a professor at University of New Orleans. We exchanged many stories about our respective studies and project work. Since then, I’ve been mulling over the … Continue reading

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Given my background in urban planning, new funding initiatives that place arts facilities and programs in the context of community-building and neighborhood revitalization always pique my interest. LINC (Leveraging Investments in Community), in partnership with The Ford Foundation, has launched … Continue reading

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Much of my work at WolfBrown revolves around community cultural and creativity planning.  These processes often take nine months or longer to complete and implementation generally happens over 10 or more years. So being able to engage the cultural sector … Continue reading

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If you follow the field of community arts, you would be hard pressed not to have encountered Arlene Goldbard, who has been engaged in cultural development in its various forms since 1978 as a painter, graphic designer, art director, nonprofit … Continue reading

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