Join the Bruner-Loeb Forum and Rebuild Foundation this Friday, November 9 and Saturday, November 10 for a symposium that explores the role of artists and the arts in the cultural and economic transformation of cities. The Art of Placemaking will bring together activists, artists, community residents, cultural and educational institution leaders, designers, developers, funders, and policymakers to discuss opportunities and challenges associated with creative placemaking and community reinvestment.
Presentations, tours, and workshops with leading practitioners will highlight local and national examples of creative programming, innovative financing, policy advocacy, and housing development strategies that support and advance artist-led initiatives. Landon Bone Baker Architects is thrilled to participate in these events, including a workshop surrounding Dorchester Artist Housing Collaborative.
Your feedback is critical to the growth of creative placemaking! Friday’s speaker series at Logan Center Auditorium is open to the public, but register online to attend the full conference and share your ideas on artist-focused development strategies.