Jan 31, 2018
On November 1 at Boston University, Garry Golden presented on “The Future of Creative Placemaking” for a intimate, working group mini-conference on creative placemaking in higher education. On January 31 (3pm EST), he will reprise the session for a larger audience. Golden, from Futurethink, galvanized participants with insights into what the landscape for future creative placemaking efforts will look like. This webinar will benefit those who are actively involved in creative placemaking research, practice, or teaching in your community or simply curious about future trends.
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Garry Golden is an academically trained futurist who speaks and consults on issues shaping business and society in the 21st century. He has worked with a wide range of organizations including American Alliance of Museums, Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Microsoft, Woodruff Arts Center, and Walt Disney Company.
Garry received his masters degree from the University of Houston Futures Studies program (M.S.), and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Professional Futurists (APF). He lives in an old tilted row home in Brooklyn, NY with his wife and his sons.