Using Creativity to Enliven Urban and Rural Villages

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Organization: 
Caledon Institute of Social Policy
Author: 
Anne Makhoul

Hillcrest Village Business Improvement Area members and the planners at Deepwater have seen the excitement and positive change that happen when artistic and creative projects are used as a starting point for community development and planning. These two very different communities have both tapped into creative projects to help address key concerns and to create the necessary environment for new ideas to flourish and communities to reinvent themselves. This is one of many case studies produced by Caledon

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Year: 
2004
Format: 
Case study
Categories: 
Culture and the Arts
Entrepreneurship & Business Development
Environment
Rural CED
Stories and Experiences
Urban Development
Youth
Source: 
CCEDNet

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