RESOURCES

WHAT IS CREATIVE PLACEMAKING?

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ANIMATING DEMOCRACY IMPACT WEBSITE
An online storehouse of resources that offers a A Place to Start in evaluating arts and community change; stories and examples that describe how real arts projects have been evaluated and annotated evaluation resources, tools, and frameworks in Evaluation in Action; and more.



ART MAKING CHANGE
Cultural placekeeping guide for arts agencies, arts and culture organizations, and artists— Produced by CERF+ In collaboration with South Arts.



ASU'S STUDIO FOR CREATIVITY, PLACE, AND EQUITABLE COMMUNITIES
ASU's definition of Creative Placemaking is the strategic integration of arts, culture and community engaged design into comprehensive community planning and development. As a higher education institution, ASU’s role in this work is to: Help build and fill the pipeline of artists and people from other fields who can integrate arts, culture and community engaged design into strategies to expand opportunity. Help build the field of creative placemaking and support current practices. Collaborate toward the sustained integration of arts, culture and community engaged design in comprehensive community development, particularly in the Phoenix region. 



CREATING PLACE: THE ART OF EQUITABLE COMMUNITY BUILDING
A multimedia collection of explorations, reflections, challenges, and offerings to the national dialogue around creative placemaking, created by ALTERNATE ROOTS members. Start by downloading the Creating Place digital book which contains an excerpt or overview of each Creating Place article, film, and podcast, as well as links to where you can see more.



CREATIVE PLACEMAKING AND EXPANSION OF OPPORTUNITY
This paper examines critical needs or opportunities to help the Creative Placemaking field continue to take root in community planning, and to better contribute to expanded opportunity and equity in low-income communities.



CREATIVE PLACEMAKING IN CENTRAL APPALACHIA REPORT
Creative placemaking has gained steady momentum across the country and region as an approach that can drive cross-sector engagement and community transformation, which is critical to a just transition in Central Appalachia. The Central Appalachian Network commissioned this scan of Creative Placemaking in Central Appalachia in order to understand what creative placemaking looks like on the ground, assess the state of the field regionally, offer ideas to strengthen and accelerate current momentum, and ultimately bring more attention and resources to advance the approach of creative placemaking in the region.