Making Zanesville a place for creatives, how other cities have done that, and how we can do it.
There is an event on May 18, 2017:
Creative Placemaking: Zanesville Style
Thursday, May 18th
Seilers’ Studio and Gallery
129 South Seventh St.
Zanesville OH 43701
Creative Placemaking Ohio tentative schedule
Zanesville, Ohio, May 18, 2017
9:00 –Registration, Coffee, & Networking – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
9:30 – Welcome & Introductions – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Nate and Bill: They will describe the purpose of the training, and why both orgs are so interested and passionate about doing this with their member pools. Assuming the entire group is small enough, we can go around and have everyone introduce themselves.
9:50 – Creative Placemaking Overview– Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Artswave: They will give the briefest primer on creative placemaking. If we ask the attendees at registration to define what they think creative placemaking is, we can share that information on a slide. We can then share various definitions from the NEA and ArtPlace, include principles that are inherent in all creative placemaking endeavors.
He can give a brief overview of the history of community development, what it is, who OCDCA is, and who are members are. The first video will be played.
10:10 – What is Community Development? – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Nate: He can give a brief overview of the history of community development, what it is, who OCDCA is, and who are members are. The first video will be played.
10:20 – What do we mean by Art? – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Bill: They can describe their organization and members, along with expanding that art is not only fine art. Also, of course, anything else that should be in this discussion.
10:30 – Creative Placemaking Tours
12:30 – Lunch
1:30 – Stereotype Conversations at Table & Group Sharing – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Introduced by Artswave, with Facilitation by Table Mentors: She will explain the purpose of this exercise and introduce it very briefly. Each table will discuss among itself various pre-conceived notions each sector has about creative placemaking or working with the other side. The purpose of this to realize that there isn’t a common language, and while each sector is different, they often have similar goals. Table mentors will help keep conversations going, and there will be a group share at the end.
2:00 – Conversation on Community Engagement & Equity – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Brian: A conversation regarding effective community engagement will be held.
2:30 – Break
2:40 – Real World Exercise Case Study & Group Sharing – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Introduced by the Location Hosts, with Facilitation by Table Mentors: Each of the locations will work in advance to create a scenario of a real need in their community. Some form of community engagement/needs assessment/etc. must be in the case study, as they cannot attempt to brainstorm creative placemaking project without feedback from the community. The group at each table must work together to strategize ways to work together and with the community to solve this problem. There will be a group share at the end. The purpose of this is so that attendees can see that it is possible to do this.
3:55 – Recap, Resources, & Evaluation – Seiler’s Studio & Gallery
Nate and Bill: They will close out the day, recapping the event and providing resources to the attendees. This is a final time for anyone to ask any remaining questions to anyone. Note: this probably won’t take 35 minutes, but might. It mostly is this long to allow for a little bit of extra time in case we go over in other places.
4:30 – Departure (Optional Craft Beer Visit to Weasel Boy Brewery)