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Whose Public? Planning and Placemaking for Welcoming Public Spaces (PART II)
PART II: Making it Public: Activating Public Spaces for Creativity, Connection, and Celebration

How can public-making—the collective creation and activation of public spaces for interaction and belonging—be a radical, joyful tool for spatial justice? Join artists, activists, and community leaders to discuss how public-making can create opportunities for interaction, laughter, dialogue, and surprise, and explore real-life examples of public-making that you can bring to your community.

Speakers:
Roberto Bedoya, Tucson Pima Arts Council, Executive Director

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Questions? Contact MAPC Event Planner, Sasha Parodi: sparodi@mapc.org


“Making it Public,” is part two of “Whose Public? Planning and Placemaking for Welcoming Public Spaces.” This three-part discussion series explores the role that planners, artists, and government staff can play in shaping just, joyful, and inclusive public spaces.

Aug 25, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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