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Culture & Creativity Tools
Green Tools
Rose Architectural Fellowship Tools
Health & Housing Tools
Recovery & Rebuilding Tools

Culture & Creativity Tools

  • Made with Love: Recipes for Community Change: A book of stories of creative and community-focused collaborative actions that Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows led in communities across the country. It is a book of inspiration, as well as an informative guide for engaging in your own collaborative action.
  • Made in Place: An Atlas of Community-Led Change, 2016 and 2017 Collaborative Actions: Made in place highlights the lessons learned from Collaborative Action Grantees and points toward upcoming hurdles and goals that communities face in doing this important work.
  • Made to Last: A Field Guide to Community Resilience, Vol 1: Climate and Cultural Resilience Grant program connects the dots between resilient infrastructure, creative placemaking strategies and social cohesion.
  • Creative Placemaking Webinars
    1. More than Murals: We discuss our learnings from the Climate & Cultural Resilience program and explore the evolution of the Creative Placemaking field.
    2. An Organizational Norm: A discussion with partners from across the country on how their organizations have made Creative Placemaking a key strategy in their community engagement process.
    3. Working Through Conflicting Priorities: Discussion how community development organizations are aligning responding to immediate stressors while building long-term resilience and are working through these tensions on the ground.
    4. Filling the Void Between Development and Artists: A talk with practitioners who were able to bridge the gap between development and artists.
    5. Under the Hood: Funding Creative Placemaking is a challenge, but some Developers have figured out ways to include creative placemaking in their budgets and process.
    6. Perspectives of Artists and Developers: We dig deep into how these two worlds collide to improve low-income communities.
  • Creative Placemaking for Community Developers: Eight reasons why to do creative placemaking and strategies for getting started.
  • Community How-To Guides: Browse, create, or share local community engagement knowledge through our online network of how-to guides!
  • Participatory Design Toolkit: This toolkit is designed to better engage and involve the community in design projects. It is also packed with activities, tips, and techniques to foster dialogue and create informed design goals.
  • Tip Jar Guides to Creative Collaboration: Seven virtual “tip jars” filled with strategic tips to help designers and others navigate the different communication styles and working relationships of various partners – from artists to public agencies.

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Green Tools

Health & Housing Tools

  • Aging-in-Place Design Guidelines: A resource for both new construction and renovations of existing buildings, by providing best practice strategies to property owners that will allow residents the flexibility to age in their current home and remain a vibrant part of the community.
  • Community Benefit Guidelines: This paper is a useful tool to help hospitals improve health through housing and the latest example of Enterprise’s work to bring health into the national housing conversation and housing into the national health conversation.
  • Health Action Plan Instruction and Template: A spreadsheet to assist project teams in collecting data to fulfill Enterprise Green Communities Optional Criterion 1.2b.

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Rose Architectural Fellowship Tools

  • Tip Jar Guides to Creative Collaboration: Seven virtual “tip jars” filled with strategic tips to help designers and others navigate the different communication styles and working relationships of various partners – from artists to public agencies.
  • Design for Impact: Our beta test of an interdisciplinary outcomes-based design methodology, illustrating how the process can strengthen design interventions at multiple scales and for specific, targeted purposes.
  • Designing Policy: The Game: The card game for social impact designers – created by social impact designers, helping you navigate the path of governing policy from physical design to completed project.
  • Made with Love: Recipes for Community Change: A book of stories of creative and community-focused collaborative actions that Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows led in communities across the country. It is a book of inspiration, as well as an informative guide for engaging in your own collaborative action.

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Recovery & Rebuilding Tools

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