Peter Kageyama, author of For the Love of Cities, will be a keynote at Rust Belt to Artist Belt III in Detroit, Michigan on April 6th, 2011. The conference, now in its third year, centers on cultivating talent and innovation to transform post-industrial cities. It explores the ways these cities are being shaped and reinvented by the diverse skill sets of artists, designers and other creative entrepreneurs.
My interview today on Tampa Bay's WMNF.
Today we have Peter Kageyama, urban activist and author of For the Love of Cities, to discuss what...
A $500 Project from Palo Alto comes to fruition. Well done!
Palo Alto Perry, a 3-foot-high stuffed animal wearing a set of matching saddlebags, is on a sojourn to find out what's lovable in Palo Alto.
Archetypal co-creator Bob Devin Jones profiled in Tampa Bay Times.
A creative arts icon called the Studio@620 that recently celebrated a decade in downtown St. Petersburg is now taking steps it hopes will assure the next 10 years.
A group of "love activists" has taken over a historic building in Liverpool.
The 'Love Activists' say they want to use the Old Bank of England Building as a homeless shelter
Congratulations to Mike Lydon on this forthcoming book! Very excited to read it.
An excerpt from Tactical Urbanism: Short-Term Action for Long-Term Change
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