Join us for a lively panel discussion and networking event that will address how individuals, organizations and movements can play distinctive and critical roles in revitalizing communities as well as placekeeping. A concept beyond placemaking, placekeeping includes the preservation of local identity through strengthening social bonds, celebrating neighborhood history, and developing strategies for enhancing and energizing neighborhoods.
- How do we maintain authenticity while reinvigorating the social and economic well-being of a given community?
- What are creative opportunities for adaptive reuse of buildings or vacant lots to enrich communities?
- How can we promote local entrepreneurship and build local capacity for economic development?
- How can we make sure every person in the community has a seat at the table to foster equitable contribution?
Sabrina Dorsainvil, Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics
Gustavo Quiroga, Graffito SP
Aneleise Ruggles, Mosesian Center for the Arts
Marija Draskic, Sasaki (Moderator)
More speakers to be announced.
5:30-6:00pm: Panel presentations
6:00-6:30pm: Panel discussion
6:30-6:40pm: Audience Q&A
Light refreshments will be served. Parking is available close by.
Want to sponsor a speaker series program? Reach out to Alicia Deluga, Program & Marketing Manager for the Sasaki Foundation.