The Project for Public Spaces has built a global network of people pursuing placemaking as a way to help public agencies pursue projects that are lighter, quicker, and cheaper. Ethan Kent explains how the Project for Public Spaces pursues placemaking to generate a sense of community attachment through quality public space.

Ethan Kent is Vice President of the Project for Public Spaces and a prominent authority on placemaking. His leadership and vision has reenergized city planning and brought life to public spaces around the world.

Enjoy this lecture from the 2013 Placemaking Conference in Norman, Oklahoma, hosted by The University of Oklahoma Institute for Quality Communities on April 3, 2013.

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