Tag Archives: Development

What do you think of when you hear the phrase, “creative placemaking?” Unless you are a part of an urban revitalization committee, hold a position in public office, or are very involved in the local arts scene, you probably are left with a feeling of confusion, indifference, or perhaps mild interest. That’s because most people […]

Did you know that students with an education rich in the arts have higher GPAs and standardized test scores, and lower dropout rates? Or that with 4 years of exposure to arts and music in high school, students will score an average of 100 points better on the SAT than students with only one-half year […]