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Tom Borrup "Creative Synergy" Presentation

Tom Borrup presented in conjunction with ULI Oklahoma on June 1, 2012. His presentation occurred in conjunction with the Artist Support Study of the Cultural Development Corporation of Central Oklahoma.

Creative Community Builders: http://communityandculture.com/
ULI Oklahoma: http://oklahoma.uli.org/
Cultural Development Corporation of Central Oklahoma: http://projectsmatrix.com/cdcok/

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Tom Borrup "Creative Synergy" Presentation

  1. 1. CRE ATIVE inABLE AND munitiesSusta Com e Institut ban Land m a City Ur n e 2012 Oklaho rrup, Ju Tom Bo
  2. 2. SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
  3. 3. CREATIVITY
  4. 4. CREATIVE COMMUNITIES
  5. 5. UNDERUTILIZED ASSETS
  6. 6. Four Pillars of Sustainability John Hawkes, 2006
  7. 7. BROADLY DEFINING CULTURE
  8. 8. Culture as Operating System All of us carry around in our minds something akin to a software “operating system” installed without our consent by our parents and others in our societies. It defines who we are and is our internal voice. It frames our social and cultural identities, and fundamentally influences the course of our lives. Wired for Culture, Mark Pagel, 201280,000 years
  9. 9. OPERATING SYSTEM OR DNA? The animal species, in which individual struggle has been reduced to its narrowest limits, and the practice of mutual aid has attained the greatest development, are invariably the most numerous, the most prosperous, and the most open to further progress. … The unsociable species, on the contrary, are doomed to decay.  Petr Kropotkin, 1914, Naturalist10 millionyears
  10. 10. WHERE GOOD IDEAS COME FROM STEVEN JOHNSON, 2010 Carbon-based life forms are creative because:  carbon atoms are good connectors  carbon atoms thrive in a fluid environment5 billionyears
  11. 11. Four Pillars of Sustainability John Hawkes, 2006
  12. 12. “The Good City” Ash Amin,2006
  13. 13. “The Good City” Ash Amin, 2006 “4 – Rs”Repair (maintained infrastructure)Relatedness (social capital, interdependence)Rights (to participate, to dissent)Re-enchantment (captures imagination,transforms)
  14. 14. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY Six Principles Tom Borrup 2008
  15. 15. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYImage and self-image rooted in history and authenticity
  16. 16. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYHealthy and functional civic culture
  17. 17. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYAdapts to changing conditions
  18. 18. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYIntegrates new ideas and people
  19. 19. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYFinds synergy across disciplines and sectors
  20. 20. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYInvests in physical and social infrastructure
  21. 21. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITYImage and self-image rooted in history and authenticityHealthy and functional civic cultureAdapts to changing conditionsIntegrates new ideas and peopleFinds synergy across disciplines and sectorsInvests in physical and social infrastructure
  22. 22. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY Image and self-image rooted in history and authenticityHealthy and functional civic culture Adapts to changing conditions Integrates new ideas and people Finds synergy across disciplines and sectors Invests in physical and social infrastructure
  23. 23. CREATIVITY
  24. 24. DEFINITIONS OF CREATIVITY “the production of novel and useful ideas by an individual or small groups of individuals working together”.  Theresa Amabile, 1988, Organizational Behavior “the ability to fluently solve problems with original, innovative, novel, and appropriate solutions”. McCoy and Evans, 2002, environment and architecture
  25. 25. Stimulating Built Environment Stability with open futureSpaces for solitude and interaction Diversity of People Inclusive and Ideas Leadership Density of interaction Paradox and risk taking Available Openness/Curiosit Knowledge y Reflective practice
  26. 26. THE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY THE CREATIVE COMMUNITY
  27. 27. THE SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY Image & self-image rooted in history and authenticity Reflective Healthy & functional civic culture Inclusive leadership; Stable & open-ended Adapts to changing conditions Paradox & risk-taking; Density of interactions Integrates new ideas & people Diversity; Open & receptive Finds synergy across disciplines & sectors Knowledge; Solitude & interaction Invests in physical and social infrastructure Stimulating environment
  28. 28. IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY The Bottom Line:Creativity is the name of the gameThe capacity of people to worktogether is essentialConnection to the culture and uniqueidentity of place is key to sustainability
  29. 29. One-year planning project  Funding from NEA, City of Minneapolis, Target Corp.Led by arts organizations and artistsAbout “Creative Placemaking”  Integrates urban design, cultural & educational orgs & activities, place identity, local creative economyPlanning process: inclusive, creative, collaborative
  30. 30. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  31. 31. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  32. 32. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  33. 33. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  34. 34. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  35. 35. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  36. 36. THE PLACE AND THE HISTORY
  37. 37. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  38. 38. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  39. 39. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  40. 40. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  41. 41. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  42. 42. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  43. 43. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  44. 44. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  45. 45. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  46. 46. CHALLENGING CONDITIONS
  47. 47. EXAMINING THE ASSETS
  48. 48. VISITING THINKERS
  49. 49. VISITING THINKERS
  50. 50. VISITING THINKERS
  51. 51. CONNECTING LEADERS
  52. 52. CONNECTING LEADERS
  53. 53. CONNECTING WITH YOUTH
  54. 54. CONNECTING WITH YOUTH
  55. 55. CONNECTING WITH YOUTH
  56. 56. LOTS OF TABLES
  57. 57. LOTS OF TABLES
  58. 58. LOTS OF TABLES
  59. 59. LOTS OF TABLES
  60. 60. LOTS OF POST-IT NOTES
  61. 61. PUBLIC PROCESS Plan-It Hennepin Public Planning Workshops t n c g s Timeline 2012 e 2 July- August – tMarch - h May - y Write & eValues s Design n Revieww April – l June – e Sept – t Visionn Implemen- Roll Out l t ta on n Stepss
  62. 62. Artist – Designer Collaboration
  63. 63. Artist – Designer Collaboration
  64. 64. Artist – Designer Collaboration
  65. 65. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  66. 66. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  67. 67. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  68. 68. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  69. 69. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  70. 70. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  71. 71. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  72. 72. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  73. 73. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  74. 74. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  75. 75. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  76. 76. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  77. 77. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  78. 78. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  79. 79. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  80. 80. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  81. 81. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  82. 82. CREATIVE APPROACHES
  83. 83. PUBLIC VISIBILITY
  84. 84. PUBLIC VISIBILITY
  85. 85. PUBLIC VISIBILITY
  86. 86. PUBLIC VISIBILITY
  87. 87. CRE ATIVE inABLE AND munitiesSusta Com e Institut ban Land m a City Ur n e 2012 Oklaho rrup, Ju Tom Bo

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