Creative Placemaking Policy

State Policy Innovations to Support Creative Placemaking — NACEDA and the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA)
This article illustrates how government can harness the power of creativity and culture to foster equitable, resilient and prosperous communities and concludes with seven specific policy recommendations designed to close critical gaps in the system of support for creative placemaking. This article was featured in Fed's 2019 publication, Transforming Community Development Through Arts & Culture. (See link below.)

Community Development Innovation Review — Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Two editions explore ways that policymakers, funders and practitioners exploring how openness to the creative process can help community development organizations better achieve their mission:

Creating Change through Arts, Culture, and Equitable Development — PolicyLink 
Learn about programmatic initiatives and policies that facilitate the use arts and cultural strategies to advance equity across the country. 

The Community Reinvestment Act and the Creative Economy — Upstart Co-Lab
This paper proposes highlights the range of creative places and business activities that have benefited from Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) funding over time. It explores how regulatory agencies, financial institutions, and community leaders can align CRA-motivated capital and the creative economy by highlighting the It seeks to motivate more projects in the creative economy regulatory agencies, financial institutions, and community leaders whose work is guided by the CRA;


    help these activities to be understood as CRA eligible;
  2. result in more projects in the creative economy receiving funding under the CRA.