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How to Turn a Place Around Workshop

  • Subject: [cg] How to Turn a Place Around Workshop
  • From: "Katie Salay" <ksalay@pps.org>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 16:59:11 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: How to Turn a Place Around Workshop

How to Turn a Place Around: Creating Great Neighborhood Spaces

A two-day placemaking workshop experienced through the neighborhoods of
New York City, offered by Project for Public Spaces
Whether you're a planning professional or a neighborhood advocate; you
can learn the techniques of making a great public space in your
community.  Project for Public Spaces, an international leader in the
design and management of public space, is offering a two-day course on
how to revitalize places in your community through our unique approach
to place making.  Inspired by our popular book, How to Turn a Place
Around, the course will promote a deeper understanding of what makes
public spaces function and PPS's innovative methods of analyzing them.
Set in the heart of New York City, participants work in small teams to
observe and analyze places in Greenwich Village and Battery Park City
that illustrate pertinent issues, give insights and encourage them to
see the sites from a user's point of view.  To learn more visit us at
http://www.pps.org or contact Jande Wintrob at jwintrob@pps.org or

Date: April 22-23, 2004 
Location: New York, NY
Learn More: http://www.pps.org

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