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Kresge announces 6 new organizations to join BASED, a Creative Placemaking initiative to advance community development

July 29, 2020

Building and Supporting Equitable Development (BASED) cohort now includes 17 community partners to promote Creative Placemaking The Kresge Foundation announced today six new organizations are joining the Building and Supporting Equitable Development (BASED) initiative, a program that to seeks to advance community development through arts and culture. This national initiative…

“For Whom, By Whom” series explores how Creative Placemaking is playing an integral role in equitable, community-engaged development across the country

October 17, 2018

A bike trail, transformed into a community asset.  An arts-based program putting citizens returning from prison on a productive path.  A blighted freeway underpass reimagined as a hub of culture and commerce. Each is a tale in a powerful package of stories on Creative Placemaking’s role in urban communities, authored…

ArtPlace selects finalists for grants from Creative Placemaking Fund

June 14, 2017

ArtPlace America has announced the 70 projects that will be considered for the 2017 National Creative Placemaking Fund. Each of the finalists have proposed an opportunity for arts and culture to help address a community development challenge or opportunity related to agriculture and food, economic development, education and youth, environment and…

New Arts & Culture program officer brings years of experience in Creative Placemaking

April 27, 2017

Seth Beattie has joined The Kresge Foundation as a program officer with the foundation’s Arts & Culture Program, where he will help advance the program’s goal of using Creative Placemaking to integrate arts, culture and community-engaged design into development and urban planning. Beattie was born in metro Detroit and spent…

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