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Lori Tesolin, Artscape on Tue, 6 Jun 2006 00:37:30 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> Schedule Announced for Creative Community Building Workshop


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Final Schedule Announced for Creative Community Building Workshop!


Only 2 Days until the Registration Deadline for the Creative Community Building Workshop (Deadline: May 31, 2006).  For the Schedule, Speaker/Project Profiles, Site Tour Descriptions and information on Registration, visit www.torontoartscape.on.ca/ccdp

Artscape, in association with the Creative City Network, launches its 2006 Creative Clusters Development Program with the national Creative Community Building Workshop ? a 2-day workshop, including off-site study tours, taking place June 8 ? 9, 2006 at the Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto.

Guaranteed to inspire. Designed to empower. Bring your ideas and take away practical tools and strategies about how players in the public, private and non-profit sectors can work to build and sustain creative communities.

Top international practitioners will set the stage for the Creative Community Building Workshop and share the tools, strategies and projects that have anchored creative communities in their cities and towns. Topics will include: Creative Asset Mapping, Place-making, Creativity-based Regeneration, Silo-busting and Creative Cluster/Multi-tenant Centre Development. 


CREATIVE COMMUNITY BUILDING WORKSHOP
SCHEDULE

DAY 1: THURSDAY, JUNE 8th
Creative Community Building on the Ground

Location: OCAD + Downtown Toronto

TIME                          ACTIVITY    
8:00am Coffee + Registration
9:00 Welcome, Context + Logistics
10:00 Site Visits
To creative cluster multi-tenant buildings and districts - lunch served onsite
4:00pm Cross-Sector Convergence + Silo Busting
Geoff Cape
 EVERGREEN COMMONS AT THE BRICKWORKS (TORONTO, ONTARIO)
Ilse Treurnicht MaRS CENTRE (TORONTO, ONTARIO)
5:45 Day 1 ends
6:00-8:00pm              Reception at Fez Batik, 129 Peter Street, Cash Bar
Featuring: Christina Zeidler's entertaining, interactive Queen Street by Numbers


DAY 2: FRIDAY, JUNE 9th
Creative Community Building Concepts + Tools

Location: OCAD Great Hall

TIME                         ACTIVITY    
8:00am            Coffee + Light Refreshments
8:45 Creative Community Building
Tim Jones
 
ARTSCAPE (TORONTO, ONTARIO)
9:20 Cultural Planning
Colin Mercer
CULTURAL CAPITAL LTD. (LONDON, UK)
10:20 Break
10:30 Spotlight: Creative Hub in a Smaller Urban Centre
Dave Robertson
PETERBOROUGH ARTS UMBRELLA (PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO)
11:10 Place Making + The Public Realm
Mark Lakeman
CITY REPAIR PROJECT (PORTLAND, OREGON, USA)
12:15pm Lunch
12:50 Connectivity + Networks in a Rural Context
Cheryl Hargrove
 
HANDMADE IN AMERICA (WEST NORTH CAROLINA, USA)
1:50 Spotlight: Engaging Creative Youth
Gavin Sheppard + Kehinde Bah IC VISIONS (TORONTO, ONTARIO)
2:10 Creativity-Based Urban Regeneration
Barbara Wheeler-Early
 
FREEFORM/HOT HOUSE (LONDON, UK)
3:00 Break
3:15 Roundtable Panel Q&A Discussion
Innovative Partnerships in Creative Community Building
All Speakers
4:45 Closing Keynote: City-Wide Strategy + Vision
John Honderich
 
CREATIVE CITIES (TORONTO, ONTARIO)

 

QUESTIONS?
Contact Lori Tesolin, Clusters Program Coordinator directly at
ccdp {AT} torontoartscape.on.ca or 416-392-1038 x49.
The Creative Community Building Workshop is a component of the Creative Clusters Development Program. The Creative Clusters Development Program is an organizational development program led by Artscape to build the capacity of Canadian communities in developing and managing cluster projects that serve the arts and creative sector.

 

Artscape gratefully acknowledges the support provided by The Canada Council for the Arts, The Ontario Trillium Foundation,
the Ontario Arts Council, TEDCO, City of Toronto Culture Division and the Ontario College of Art & Design.

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