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Tuesday, October 1 • 9:00am - 1:00pm
Mobile Workshop: Rural Placemaking in Athens and Cleveland: Building an Arts District & Building Bridges LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

**Please note the start time of 9am. Meet at Waterhouse Pavilion by 8:30am so you can register for the conference and check-in with the mobile workshop leader before heading off to the mobile workshop as a group. 

Workshop transportation: via Shuttle

Athens’s cross-sector team will review our work to animate a pocket park as a catalytic project to develop an arts district. Our real talk will examine the challenges of politics, relationship, and history through a small town lens and draw parallels between neighborhood development even in metropolitan work. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in a hands-on activity that will contribute to the ongoing work of our team.
In many communities around the United States neighborhoods sprung up around industry.  However, many of those industries have left town leaving those neighborhoods stranded and disinvested.  How do we connect these neighborhoods back in the broader fabric of our communities?  Join City Fields for “Building Bridges” exploring placemaking solutions to integrate the Blythe-Oldfield Neighborhood back into the thriving downtown of Cleveland, TN.

Speakers
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Lauren Shepherd

Executive Director, Athens Arts Council
JS

Jake Stum

Director of Strategy and Development, City Fields CDC
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Dustin Tommey

Executive Director, City Fields CDC


Tuesday October 1, 2019 9:00am - 1:00pm
Waterhouse Pavilion 850 Market St, Chattanooga, TN 37402

Attendees (21)