Thank you for SPACING OUT with us!

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On August 15, over 70 allies convened at South Oxford Space for SPACING OUT: A Forum on the Innovative Cultural Uses of Urban Space. View the agenda here. NOCD-NY identified seven case study topics, presenting local examples to spark small group discussions. Below, you’ll find one-sheets on each topic, example presentations and unedited notes from small group discussions.  Organized by topic:
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Construction Zones, Scaffolding & Vacant Lots
topic one sheet (link)
group discussion notes (link)
presenting example: FABnyc and East 4th Street
(click and hover for slideshow arrow below)


Adaptive Re-Use
topic one sheet (link)
group discussion notes  (link)
presenting example: Chocolate Factory, Long Island City
(photo below)

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Religious Spaces
topic one sheet (link)
group discussion notes (link)
presenting example: Trinity Project, East Williamsburg
(click and hover for slideshow arrow below)


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Shared Spaces
topic one sheet
group discussion notes
presenting example: South Oxford Space, Fort Greene
(photo below)

 

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Public Outdoor Space: Long Term
topic one sheet
group discussion notes
presenting example: THE POINT CDC
Riverside Campus for Arts and the Environment, Hunts Point
(photo below)

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Public Outdoor Space: Temporary
topic one sheet (link)
group discussion notes  (link)
presenting example: Queens Museum of Art and the Heart of Corona Initiative
(click and hover for slideshow arrow below)


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Publicly Owned Buildings
topic one sheet (link)
group discussion notes (link)
presenting example: COAHSI at the St. George Ferry Terminal

(click and hover for slideshow arrow below)

NOCD-NY has commissioned case study reports on the above topics, thanks to support from the Rockefeller Foundation’s Cultural Innovation Fund and The New York Community Trust. The one-sheets above present the initial findings of our writers, which were designed to generate discussions to support practice and contribute to ongoing dialogue.  The writers were asked to consider these questions in their research.

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Categories: Arts and Cultural Practice

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