Placemaking is a creative means to planning, designing and reimagining public spaces shared by people and their communities. As the world emerges post-pandemic, how do recent events shape how we view our neighborhood and public spaces? What role can artists have in creative placemaking?
In this session, Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson and Jason Schupbach, contributing authors and section editors of the recent publication The Routledge Handbook of Placemaking, will discuss how creative placemaking can:
About the speakers:
About Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson:
Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson is an expert in comprehensive community revitalization, urban poverty, systems change, dynamics of race and ethnicity and roles and culture in communities. She is an Institute Professor in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the Watts College of Public Service and Community solutions at Arizona State University where she leads the Studio for Creativity, Place and Equitable Communities.