The contemporary art landscape is increasingly populated by projects that look more like community development than conventional art. This mix of social practice and civic art is becoming an increasingly attractive approach for creative practitioners. Likewise, the fields of community development and urban planning are evolving toward integrating arts and culture. Chris Archer, Associate Dean of Community Education at NHIA, will explore the implications of new territories and new methodologies for artists, municipalities, planners, businesses, and the community at large.
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