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1921Re: [SJSU_MURPs] Art And Planning

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  • JenJoy Roybal
    Sep 30, 2005
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      For those of you interested in the topic of arts & culture in planning,
      a leading authority on the topic is Charles Landry. He will be the
      keynote speaker at the Creativity Matters Conference being held at the
      Westin Santa Clara Hotel on October 6th & 7th. He will be speaking at
      9:00am on October 6th. I am including a link to the website and
      encourage you to attend. If you're really interested, I can look into a
      discount for students-LMK.

      I am also attaching a PDF which summarizes recommendations he provided
      for the city of Adelaide, Australia, as part of a Thinker in Residence
      Program he was invited to participate in. Very interesting.

      -JenJoy Roybal


      Bio from the Creativity Matters website:
      Charles Landry
      Author of "Creative Cities: A Toolkit for Urban Innovators"
      Charles Landry is regarded as an international authority on city
      futures and the use of culture in city revitalization; cultural
      planning and heritage, strategic policy development, and the cultural
      industries.He founded Co-media, Europe’s leading cultural planning
      organization, in 1978. Co-media has undertaken several hundred projects
      concerned with city and regional strategies for revitalizing public,
      social and economic life through cultural activities. He recently
      advised the World Bank in Washington on its strategy for culture and
      cities world-wide. He now works for the World Bank on special
      assignments. His book ‘The Creative City: A toolkit for urban
      innovators,’ was published in May 2000 to widespread acclaim. He has
      lectured widely in Europe, the USA, Australia and Africa and has
      presented over 90 keynote addresses on diverse topics associated with
      cultural revitalization and public life. His new book will be entitled,
      “The Art of City Making.”

      When: Thursday and Friday, October 6 & 7, 2005
      Where: Westin Santa Clara Hotel / 5101 Great America Parkway / Santa
      Clara, CA 95054
      Info: info@1stACT.org or 408-998-2787 x217
      Sponsors: Adobe - American Leadership Forum - Arts Council Silicon
      Valley - California Arts Council
      Community Foundation Silicon Valley - The Packard Foundation
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