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A leadership initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the United States Conference of Mayors

Charleston, SC

MICD 57

Date: October 16-18, 2013

MAYORS

Joseph P. Riley, Jr. (Host) | Charleston, SC
Alvin Brown | Jacksonville, FL
William Collins | Summerville, SC
Karen Freeman-Wilson | Gary, IN
Mark Holland | Kansas City, KS
Patrick Murphy | Lowell, MA
Anna Peterson | Salem, OR
Mike Spano | Yonkers, NY

RESOURCE TEAM

Antonio Fiol-Silva | Wallace Roberts & Todd, Philadelphia, PA
Greg Hanberg | Artspace, Minneapolis, MN
Michael Kelly | DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Washington, DC
Ian Lockwood | AECOM, Orlando, FL
Scott Parker | DesignWorks, Charleston, SC
Ruth Todd | Page & Turnbull, San Francisco, CA
Richard Wilson | Gensler, Washington, DC
Esther Yang | J. Max Bond Center on Design for the Just City, New York, NY

View MICD 57 press release

MICD 57_Mayor Mike Spano

“I appreciated that your entire program was focused on how to improve every city’s design and livability, and that large, well-funded cities have design issues that can relate to those smaller cities, and the other way around. The mix of large and small was a strength of the session. I appreciated how quickly and easily the [Resource Team] got to know the mayors and how willing they were to talk with us and encourage our learning from them and each other.”
— Salem, OR Mayor Anna Peterson

MICD 57_Mayor Alvin Brown

“I came away realizing that mixed-use housing needs to be our key strategy for downtown development. Take the show on the road!”
— Jacksonville, FL Mayor Alvin Brown

MICD 57_Mayor Mark Holland