The University of Houston's Southeast Houston Arts Initiative (2012)

August 21, 2017

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Cutting Teeth explores lessons learned through the Southeast Houston Arts Initiative. This creative placemaking planning process led by a University of Houston professor sought to create a unified vision for Southeast Houston by bringing together artists, architects, graphic designers, civic stakeholders, and area residents. This in-depth evaluation looks candidly at challenges and successes throughout the process, and initial impacts. A case study of the Southeast Houston Arts Initiative was recently featured in the National Endowment for the Arts’ online resource: Exploring Our Town.

Special thank you to Metris Arts Consulting for sharing this resource with The Hub.


This is a University resource: 
Resources that specifically relate to Creative Placemaking work on university campuses. Want to get involved? Contact us at bolzcreativeplacemaking@wsb.wisc.edu

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