Art VULUPS: Promotes Civic Dialog in Riverside, CA
Article from engagingcities.com
Art VULUPS (Art as a Vehicle to Understand Land Use Planning and Sustainability) is a collaborative project in which knowledge, creativity and artistic expression are harnessed to promote sustainable land use development choices through curiosity and civic dialog engagement. Urban planners, artists, educators and civic, educational and cultural institutions have come together to participate in this unprecedented philanthropic call to make a difference by giving back to the community. Art VULUPS is made possible by the Inland Empire Section of the American Planning Association (IES/APA) and the generous in-kind support of various community-based organizations and non-profit associations.
Art VULUPS founder Miguel A. Vazquez shared various aspects of the project at two of APA's 2012 National Conference sessions.
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