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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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You may be familiar with N PR’s WORLD CAFE®, a program of diverse musical expressions, but the WORLD CAFE® I’m writing about is something quite different. It is sometimes linked with “appreciative inquiry,” an academic approach to organizational development popularized … Continue reading

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Other OOM issues have focused on the long-standing tradition of artists who can play an important role in helping to revitalize communities, using modest cash investments and lots of sweat equity to reclaim whole neighborhoods in decay and help transform … Continue reading

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The concept of “creative economy” has been embraced by a wide spectrum of advocates, from artists and cultural organization representatives to mayors and policy makers interested in urban revitalization. The argument is a simple one: attracting a group of highly … Continue reading

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