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The City's

2005 Plan

for Arts and

Culture, established by the Minneapolis Arts Commission and the Minneapolis City Council

recommended the establishment of an artist-in-residence program within City

Departments.

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Slide3

Quote

The city is the stage for a war of narratives

Michel

De

Certeau

,

The Practice of Everyday Life

Slide4

Quote

Living is

narrativizing

. Stirring up or restoring

this

narrativizing

is

thus also among the tasks

of

any

renovation

. One must

awaken

the stories that

sleep

in the

streets

, that lie within a

simple

name,

folded

up.

Michel

De

Certeau

,

The Practice of Everyday Life

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In-

ter-sec-tion-al-

i

-

ty

noun:

intersectionality

; the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage. “Though an awareness of

intersectionality

, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences among us.”

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Intersections

Creative CityMaking

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FOUR

INTERSECTIONS

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City Goal: One Minneapolis

Disparities

are eliminated so that all Minneapolis residents

can

participate and

prosper

.

Racial inequities (including housing, education, income and health) are addressed and eliminated.

All people, regardless of circumstance, have opportunities for success at every stage of life.

Equitable systems and policies lead to a high quality of life for all.

All people have access to quality essentials, such as housing, education, food, child care and transportation

Residents are informed, see themselves represented in City government and have the opportunity to influence decision-making.

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Racial Equity

“The development of policies, practices and strategic investments to reverse disparity trends, eliminate institutional racism and ensure that opportunities for all peple

are no longer predictable by race

Minneapolis City Ordinance, 2014

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Testing the Idea

Creative CityMaking –

years

1 & 2

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&

7

Artists

Community

Planning and

Economic

Development

(CPED)

Long Range Planning Division

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Penn Ave N Small Area Plan

SWLRT Station Area Plans

Linden Hills Small Area Plan

Dinkytown

Small Area Plan

Historic Capstone Study

City

C

ultural

P

lan

6

LONG RANGE

PLANS IN 2013

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results

Year

1 & 2

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SIMPLE &

PLAYFUL

WORKS!

SIMPLE &

PLAYFUL

WORKS!

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MOBILE, FRIENDLY & APPROACHABLE

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10

22

7

months

new tools

strategies

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Penn Ave Small Area Plan

Artists worked in a neighborhood with a high concentration of poverty and people of color to influence City & Country planning by helping to shape the nature and content of survey questions in the study area.

Ashely

Hansen &

Winf

Young

Huie

Penn Ave

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58

arts-based engagement events

90%

never engaged in city planning

1800+

individuals engaged

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Cultural Planning

Artists worked to engage communities who did not

respond to traditional

city data gathering

methods.

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SO WHAT?

New

pathways for

engagement

New relationships

Meaningful

community conversations

Decisions being made in the City can draw upon multiple

perspectives

Confirmed that innovative strategies are

needed

Interest

in collaborating with artists was generated among City departments

Demonstrated that artists have much to

contribute

creative problem solving

collaborative

capacity

“let’s try it!” orientation

deep community

connections

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Refining the

COncept

Year

3

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Our Simple rules

Artfully engage underrepresented communitiesTest big ideas

Act with tact

Leverage conflict as a resource

Run with what works

Demonstrate value

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DIGITAL

EQUITY

What if

residents had equal access to computers, the Internet and technology skills regardless of their age, race or income

?

IT Department

Artists: Kirk Washington & Peter MacDonald

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TENANT

VOICES

What if

tenants—50% of the Minneapolis population—had a voice to inform policy decisions that directly impact their

lives?

Regulatory

Services Department

Artists:

Mankwe

Ndosi

& Reggie Prim

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BLUEPRINT

FOR

EQUITABLE

ENGAGEMENT

What if

neighborhood organizations, City boards and commissions truly reflected the communities they serve

?

Neighborhood

and Community Relations Department

Artists:

Ariah

Fine and

D.A

. Bullock

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CREATIVE

ASSET

MAPPING

What if

neighborhoods with the highest concentrations of poverty and people of color were able to influence City planning by identifying what the community considers its intangible assets and strengths

?

Community Planning & Economic Development - Long

Range Planning Division

Artists:

Shá

Cage

and E.G. Bailey

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What if

the city had culturally specific ways to enable new immigrant communities and other under-represented populations to participate more fully in the electoral process

?

City

Clerk’s Office

A

rtist:

Jeremiah

Bey

ELECTORAL

ENGAGEMENT

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Quote

The wordless histories of walking, dress, housing, shape

neighborhoods on

behalf of absences; they trace out

memories

that no longer have a

place

- childhoods, traditions,

timeless

events. To the visible city they add those

invisible cities

about which Calvino wrote…

Michel

De

Certeau

,

The Practice of Everyday Life


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