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Tag Archives: Inclusion
Backyard Spotlight: Mercantile Home
Mercantile Home is a community centered, creative lifestyle brand created by artist/husbands Ken Jones Jr. and Ron Morris.
Posted in Backyard Spotlight Tagged Arts and Culture, Belonging, Community Engagement, Inclusion, Video Blog Comments Off on Backyard Spotlight: Mercantile Home
Learning from the Ghost Ship Fire Tragedy: Safety, Support, and Informal Cultural Space
Two years ago, on the night of December 2nd, 2016, 36 people lost their lives in a tragic and preventable warehouse fire, which broke out in the middle of a concert on the second floor of the Ghost Ship arts … Continue reading
Posted in From our Interns Tagged Arts and Culture, Belonging, Creative Placemaking, Equity, Inclusion, Vacant Property Comments Off on Learning from the Ghost Ship Fire Tragedy: Safety, Support, and Informal Cultural Space
Journeys in Creative Placemaking/keeping/taking
In 2009/2010, I caught an incredible break. I had recently decided to hang out my shingle as an arts and urban planning consultant. A former choreographer/arts administrator, I was just 29 years old, had a newly minted masters of urban … Continue reading
Posted in Creative Placemaking Tagged Arts and Culture, Belonging, Creative Placemaking, Equity, Inclusion, Placekeeping, Placetaking Comments Off on Journeys in Creative Placemaking/keeping/taking