Community Development

2013

 

Redefining RustBelt: The Role of Anchor Institutions and the Arts

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Tue., December 10, 2013
2 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Webinar

Overview

This session will highlight the work that four Federal Reserve Banks have done to create a dialogue for older industrial cities who are working to attract new residents and investments. The Banks have organized a series of four video conference and in-person meetings involving community leaders in Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit and Philadelphia. This audioconference will focus on what was learned in the second session of the series, the roles of anchor institutions and cultural and art organizations have played and can play in cities.

Speakers will include representatives from the four participating Federal Reserve Banks and others who have participated in this dialogue.

Ted Howard, The Democracy Collaborative
Ellen Janes, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Mary Helen Petrus, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Amy Lempert, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Robin Newberger, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

 

Audience

Community Development Professionals

 
 

Resources/Presentations

Redefining RustBelt: The Role of Anchor Institutions and the Arts

 

Registration

Deadline: December 10, 2013

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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