This weekend, artists, activists, planners, and at least two mayors converged to confront the problematic intersections of arts and gentrification at an annual summit produced by the New York non-profit Creative Time. Those in attendance supported strategies of intersectoral collaboration, resistance, disruption, and above all, grassroots advocacy.
There seems to be some sort of misunderstanding: a good portion of the world still sees Los Angeles as a cultural wasteland, a a silly little city entirely devoid of […]
Data visualization has never been more relevant to our society, especially as it pertains to the planning field. This article from the Harvard Business Review examines the importance of spatial […]
Planners and geography wonks rejoice. Here are 40 maps for your Saturday. Featuring Imperial Britain, highly-paid public employees, and Ludacris.
Phototrails is telling stories about cities through Instagram metadata. Check out their Instagram Cities page to peruse their elegant visualizations and fascinating research.
Streets belong to everyone, and when they’re redesigned to be more equitable, they become safer, friendlier, more vital places. As this video from a street redesign project in Poynton, England […]
With the exception of perhaps one or two years, I’ve spent each winter break of my life visiting my cousins in Charleston, but it wasn’t until this past winter that […]