Forecast packaged our over 40 years of knowledge and experience to bring you learning and professional development opportunities both in-person and online. We customize trainings and workshops for artists, community leaders and allied professionals. We provide key knowledge about managing public art projects, facilitate sessions to help take ideas from formation to implementation, and train community members on how to envision creative places and work with artists.
NAS supports individuals in the areas of leading change, partnerships, strategy and leading teams. Programs provide access to academia and opportunities, mixing skillsets and mindsets, broadening perspectives and networks, removing silos and opening doors, pushing boundaries and what’s possible. This fee-based training is customizable and offered across the US as well as remotely.
NATURALL OCCURRING CULTURAL DISTRICTS NY
Regular learning exchanges about multiple themes such as working with government and strengthening cultural hubs and networks. Co-sponsor of an annual cultural organizing workshop. They will work one on one with groups doing community based placemaking. Most training opportunities are open to all based in NYC as well as remotely, are free and fee-based and are customizable.
NATIONAL CONSORTIUM FOR CREATIVE PLACEMAKING
NCCP's spectrum of learning opportunities for individuals includes webinars, workshops, Leadership Summits, a Certificate in Creative Placemaking. Our place-based educational offerings are one-day Strategy Labs and 6-9-month Community Coaching. Some training is free, some fee based. The on-site portions of the Certificate are held in Manchester and northern New Jersey and workshops are held in Orange, NJ and Philadelphia. Webinars are also available.
PLAN F SOLUTIONS
Assisting with the real estate development process for arts-based economic development as well as permanent creative placemaking activities. This fee-based training is customizable, open to communities across the U.S and is offered in person and remotely.
PROJECT FOR PUBLIC SPACES
From ‘what is placemaking to how to implement projects, manage public spaces, engage community members, work with stakeholders. Topics also include transportation, public market design planning and operations, gentrification impacts, how to measure outcomes and evaluate impacts. Based in New York City and offering customizable training and technical assistance all over the world in person and remotely.