Learn the Fundamentals of Creative Placemaking

Interested in learning more about how to be successful at creative placemaking in your community? Join Artscape Senior Fellow Pru Robey for a nine-week online course, offered through the University of British Columbia’s Centre for Cultural Planning & Development. Starting in January, this course designed for cultural curators, planners, policymakers and other professionals will share insights about the innovative city-building practice pioneered by Artscape. It will also offer valuable tools for implementing successful public art installations, space projects, creative industry clusters, festivals, events and much more.

Grow your capacity to help arts and culture thrive in your community through Creative Placemaking

Find out what past participants are saying about the course…

"…This course is incredibly rewarding and I would recommend it wholeheartedly to anyone interested in being a part of the arts and culture conversation and contributing to the growth of the creative industry anywhere in the world."
— Danika Lochhead, Communications Consultant and Cultural Entrepreneur.

"This course has changed my mind on how a place can be managed, developed, and re-created creatively. It provides real-life placemaking examples from all around the world, and shows you approaches that suit your every need. Standing at the crossroad of further development of our arts landscape, what I learnt in the course will equip me with knowledge to move forward."
— Ka Wah Lai, Leisure and Cultural Services Department, City of Hong Kong

"Without reservation, I obtained what I hoped I would from this course: resources, tools and a broader understanding and methodology of creative placemaking in an international - and local - context. Additionally, I have now connected with other cultural planners."
— Fall 2012 Student

Register Now

The deadline to register is January 15, 2018. Learn more and sign up here: https://extendedlearning.ubc.ca/courses/creative-placemaking/uc003