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Wandering, place and muscle memory

We are walking down streets we don’t know, ambling, listening, looking, taking it in, and talking, always talking. The sun is out and I have to take off my cardigan as I warm up from the walk, but then put it back on again as the sun disappears behind a cloud. 370 more words


KickstART Your Weekend with Some Good Reads: On Creative CityMaking, Safe Storytelling, and the Public Square

Our (Good) Friday update here at kickstART farmington highlights some great articles we’ve read this week dealing with art, creative placemaking, and building great communities. You’re sure to find some inspiration to make our community even better! 171 more words

Final Day of One Spark

We’re entering the final stretch of One Spark. Stop by 31 W. Adams St. if you haven’t already to learn more about The ARTery. Thanks to everyone who has supported… 106 more words


Sparking Change in Jacksonville

It is now Day 4 at One Spark and thousands of visitors from throughout the country and the world continue to gather in downtown Jacksonville to hear pitches from over 600 creators, sample our great food, visit our stores, and support innovation in our city. 79 more words


One Spark is Here!

We just finished day two of One Spark. What a truly amazing event! There are so many fantastic creators sharing their ideas and we are very excited about continuing to connect with them and create new partnerships for the future… 129 more words


Placemaking in Connecticut

I’ve been forced to think about place much more than usual recently. The Economic Development Office of Connecticut (EDC) asked me to join the state’s committee on placemaking, and last week, the group of 80 citizens gathered in the Old Statehouse Building in Hartford to talk about how Connecticut could create places where people would want to live, work and visit. 686 more words

Countryside the Placemaker: introducing a stronger, re-energised brand

You may have noticed that we have recently unveiled a new corporate brand identity and we are now simply called Countryside rather than Countryside Properties. 330 more words