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Proj 4 Public Spaces 13h
Our next international is in Chattanooga October 1st-4th. Come help make it the !
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Proj 4 Public Spaces 17h
Is employment in American cities becoming more dense or continuing to sprawl? Both, according to new research by ’s Bass Center for Transformative :
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Proj 4 Public Spaces 18h
"The role of us placemakers... is to explore and help build the connection between people and their places, and to ensure that the new places that we are making are ones that people love." Read our latest guest article by Frith Walker:
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Danielle Arigoni 21h
If this isn’t the best way to start our time in Portland, ME, I don’t know what is.
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Proj 4 Public Spaces 20h
Why don't people use parks at night? According to Cynthia Nikitin, Senior VP at PPS, this may be caused by negative perceptions of safety in public spaces—a pattern that can be traced back to a history of disinvestment.
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Ethan Kent Jun 17
Indeed , , and all feed and inform each other, and drive a more place-led development, and : cc
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Jun 17
"The opportunity here is for us to develop our understanding of , and the role of , to align with an Indigenous understanding of the meaning of land and our relationship to this planet that we call home."
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Jun 16
Our first article in a four-part series on in outlines four strategies to help placemakers reach out more broadly and dig more deeply with the full diversity of communities affected by a :
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PlacemakingX Jun 16
had its public launch at . We could not have wished for a better place, event, and group with which to collaborate and celebrate. Thanks to @lamarinadevalencia @ascharliewanders
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Jun 15
Reading: A crack-down on street food markets has highlighted the "central dilemma that many cities face when it comes to vibrant, informally organized ."
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JournalPublicSpace Jun 15
Our ninth issue is on line! Thanks for viewpoint on with Anna Bradley and for explaining history and new directions of movement, from to
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Nate Storring Jun 15
One of the best things about a is that it’s not just a conference, it’s part festival, part public space activation, and part family reunion.
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Jun 14
"If you want to seed a place with activity, put out food." —William "Holly" Whyte
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PlacemakingX Jun 14
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La Marina de València Jun 14
🔵 [Placemaking inspires people to collectively reimagine and reinvent public spaces as the heart of every community]
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Main Street America Jun 13
Read 's first article in a series on equity and inclusion in .
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Knight Foundation Jun 11
This year’s Emerging City Champions are bringing their innovative ideas to make 11 more vibrant. Meet the new class, who will receive $5k in funding, training and support to make their ideas a reality: cc:
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Jun 13
This week at , PPS Director of Communications Nate Storring () presented on in cities, and the geography of knowledge sharing!
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Proj 4 Public Spaces Jun 13
Catch the Early Bird rate while it lasts! will take place in this October — don't miss out on this year's biggest event!
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La Marina de València Jun 13
🔵 “One of the best things about water is the look and feel of it... It’s not right to put water before people and then keep the maway from it”. William ‘Holly’ Whyte
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