Cities, towns, and neighborhoods all face challenges that, while rooted in the built environment, are interconnected with the social and cultural aspects of each community. Whether it is rethinking a dangerous intersection, better engaging with a disenfranchised neighborhood, or redeveloping a big box site, such opportunities can benefit from creative and comprehensive, place-based planning and design. Ball State University’s new Civic Design Workshop Series provides an opportunity for multiple mayors, town managers, department directors, and community leaders to come together in a workshop format to consider bold solutions in an inspired and confidential environment with assistance from College of Architecture and Planning faculty, professional experts, and each other.

Justin Ferguson, Assistant Dean, Ball State College of Architecture and Planning

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