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I have consistently stated in this blog that placemaking isn’t just for big cities. A great example of how arts and culture impact quality of place is today’s announcement from our friends at ArtPlace regarding their selection of America’s Top … Continue reading
Come join Detroit’s best “pop-up” parade! “Come purge the bad and rejoice the beginning of spring! March 24, 2013in the Cass Corridor, 1 p.m. Detroit · marchedunainrouge.com” Check out my EoP post from last year on this awesome event, “La … Continue reading
Creative placemaking is getting another boost today, as ArtPlace launches its third round of grant applications to support creative placemaking in communities across America. LOIs due November 1. Carol Coletta & Co. Rock! That is all.
Not every city can afford to adorn its downtown walls with classic art, but an innovative program from the Detroit Institute of Arts just might be the next best thing. The Inside/Out program is in its third year and brings … Continue reading