CCP Begins Pilot of Creative Placemaking Evaluation Tool

CCP Board President Suzanne Ishee interviews Gerry Scharfenburger, Mayor of Middletown.
CCP’s Board President Suzanne Ishee interviews Middletown Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger as CCP begins pilot with MOCO.

The Center for Creative Placemaking has engaged with the Monmouth County Arts Corridor Partnership (MOCO) to assist in the development of a new tool to measure the impact of Creative Placemaking in communities.

Under the leadership of Dr. Marion Terenzio, Vice President of Bloomfield College and CCP board member and Dr. Patricia O’Connor, Director of The Center for Community-based Evaluations at The Sage College, Phase I of the pilot has begun with members of the CCP team conducting interviews with a number of the MOCO partners. The next 2 phases of the pilot will take place in August and September.


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