Alumnus Shares Expertise in Creative Community Building

Director of Graduate Studies for the Arts and Cultural Leadership program at the University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education and Principal for Creative Community Builders, Dr. Tom Borrup, recently published “Just Planning: What Has Kept the Arts and Urban Planning Apart?” in Artivate, a journal of entrepreneurship in the arts. Dr. Borrup is also currently teaching Creative Placemaking for the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Based on his dissertation research Dr. Borrup has as also written the chapter “Equity and Resilience: Planning and Developing Horizontal Networks through Cultural Districts” in The Handbook of Community Development, Routledge, 2017.

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