Tag Archives: Research

Summer Enrichment: Events and Workshops

NOCD-NY and affiliates offer a number of enrichment events and workshops this summer (plus additional events on the calendar to your right). A few highlights… Just Economies: NYC Tuesday July 22, 12:00pm-1:15pm EDT Co-sponsored by Arts & Democracy and NOCD-NY From worker cooperatives to community land trusts, participatory budgeting to community gardens, people are finding […]

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Valuing the Intersection Between Arts, Culture, and Community

On September 12, 2013 NOCD-NY convened “Valuing the intersection between arts, culture, and community: An exchange of research and practice.” The exchange brought together members of the NOCD-NY working group and our allies with leading researchers including: Mindy Fullilove, Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Studies and Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University Maria Rosario-Jackson, Senior […]

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Full series! Innovative Cultural Uses of Urban Space

Introducing NOCD-NY’s full profile series, Innovative Cultural Uses of Urban Space!  Initial drafts were outlined as conversation points presented at 2012’s Spacing Out forum, which further informed and enhanced the reports. The series was designed to function as a tool for the field, but models and themes continue to evolve.  The conversation continues, as was […]

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Corona Plaza: An Urban Omnibus Profile

“Urban Omnibus has partnered with the NOCD Working Group to look more deeply into just a few of New York’s NOCDs. Over the next several months, we will publish four original articles that illuminate the specific constellations of social forces, strategies, organizations, and individuals that make Corona, Fort Greene, St. George, and Hunts Point emblematic, […]

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Thank you for SPACING OUT with us!

– – 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.  […]

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Artist: Royce Bannon

Tune in to ‘Spacing Out’

We are gearing up for “Spacing Out: A Forum on Innovative Uses of Cultural Space“, happening this Wednesday at South Oxford Space, and looking forward to the presentations that will be given on various case studies currently being conducted. Topics to be covered include: public spaces programmed by non-profit organizations; adaptive re-use of buildings; shared […]

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MAS Summit for New York City

Join the third annual MAS Summit for New York City on October 18 and 19 at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall. This year we will be highlighting trailblazing initiatives in New York and other cities around the globe, exploring themes of Development, Density, and Diversity. Participants will speak about the balancing act […]

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"Butterflies of the Caribbean". Source: http://nsnp.com/batey.html

SIAP resources: arts and social impact

For those interested in learning more about the evaluation of arts and culture in urban neighborhoods, several case studies and summary papers conducted by the Social Impact of the Arts Project (SIAP), a research group at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice, are easily accessible on their website. SIAP’s research focuses […]

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SPACING OUT! Learn more about our Forum on Innovative Cultural Uses of Urban Space

SPACING OUT: A Forum on Innovative Cultural Uses of Urban Space Wednesday, August 15th, 9:30am-12pm, South Oxford Space, 138 S. Oxford Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn Follow the forum’s live tweets at http://storify.com/fourthartsblock/spacing-out. NOCD-NY: The Naturally Occurring Cultural District Working Group, Arts & Democracy Project and Urban Bush Women presented SPACING OUT, an interactive forum on the […]

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The Future of Fashion

The Pratt Center’s new issue brief, The Future of Fashion, examines the “naturally occurring” entrepreneurial potential that exists in the exchange between the 5,000 fashion students who attend one of the city’s four nationally renowned fashion design schools and the Garment Center in Manhattan, one of the largest fashion design and production districts in the […]

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