Sunday, April 22, 2018 from 10:45 a.m. - noon CDT
Cost: Included in Registration
Activity Type: Educational Sessions
Activity ID: NPC188016
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- How to use an outside-the-box approach to integrate nontraditional community elements into master planning
- How to engage the arts sector as part of the whole community in planning for resilience and mitigation
- How to use a wealth of resources from the arts and culture and planning communities to begin your planning efforts
MORE SESSION DETAILS
Can you use the words land use, art, and hazard mitigation in the same sentence? This novel session explores the intersection of these topics from three different perspectives – that of a federal hazard-mitigation community planner, an administrator of a public-private partnership whose mission is to protect the nation’s artistic and cultural heritage, and an assistant director in a county planning division. Emergency managers are used to planning to protect hard assets and infrastructure. But how does one plan to protect intangible cultural heritage, the artistic expression of what it means to be human? How does the federal government protect cultural resources, including the fruit of artistic expression? It all begins with the acknowledgment of the arts as an integral and necessary component of our communities. A vibrant arts sector contributes to the health and welfare of a community in the best of times. And in the wake of a disaster, art can offer comfort and connection, helping a community heal, move forward, and become more resilient. Come ready to engage in a robust discussion about how to incorporate the arts into comprehensive planning.
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