Join Enterprise and representatives from PUSH Buffalo, Madison Park Development Corporation, and Northshore Community Development Corporation on November 15th for an online panel discussion that explores how arts, culture, creativity, and design can improve communities.
PauseLab, one of 15 recipients of an Enterprise Collaborative Action Grant in 2016, talks about how their C'Ville Galaxy Collaborative Action responded to community needs and will have a long-term impact in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In this blog post, Urban Juncture Foundation in Chicago, one of 15 recipients of an Enterprise Collaborative Action Grant in 2016, talks about the Safe Space Collaborative Action project and Bronzeville SOUP event.
Phanat Xanamane of Envision da Berry, one of 15 recipients of an Enterprise Collaborative Action Grant in 2016, talks with the Enterprise Design Initiatives office about community engagement and visioning in New Iberia, Louisiana.
It’s been about 2 months since the unexpected election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. At this point there is seemingly no end to the analysis and speculation about what changes the rather unconventional Trump administration will bring. Rural America has also received a fair amount of attention (early on at least) as the rural vote was quickly identified as a deciding factor in the election. Very few people saw this coming and it has led to a lot of confusion, stereotyping and finger pointing about what rural really is or is not.
Irene Figueroa Ortiz, Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow 2016-2018, discusses equity in transportation planning with Alice Brown, Project Manager for Go Boston 2030. Go Boston 2030 is Boston’s long-term mobility planning initiative. As part of her fellowship, Irene manages the Public Realm Planning Study for Go Boston 2030. The study explores the role of placemaking strategies in improving the user experience and spatial quality of transportation in Boston.