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Your creative play is a gift to your community.

 

In contemplating the rise of lantern parades in the last decade, I can't help but feel that they meet a need. What do you suppose that need is? Let's talk about that.

"Chantelle Rytter’s presentation about civic play and the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade was the conference highlight for many. She proclaimed that “Creative play is a natural proclivity!” and “The lovability of our public spaces is up to us.”  - Michael Halicki, Park Pride Executive Director

"Civic Play: The Ultimate Social Tonic"

October 2014

"Civic Play with Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons: Skeletons, Gnomes & the Lantern Parade" August 2015  PLAY

Center for Civic Innovation Leadership Breakfast, September 2018

 

"Creative Play as a Civic Gift" PechaKucha presentation

Park Pride's 15th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference

Atlanta Botanical GardensMonday, March 21 2016

 

"Chantelle Rytter’s presentation about civic play and the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade was the conference highlight for many. She proclaimed that “Creative play is a natural proclivity!” and “The lovability of our public spaces is up to us.”  - Michael Halicki, Park Pride Executive Director

 

"Creative Play: Bicycle Parades Work as Bicycle Advocacy"

Macon Make-End Faire 

November 2015

 

"Your Creative Play as a Civic Gift"

Atlanta Maker Fair

September 2015

 

"The Rise of Atlanta Streets Alive"

Panel Discussion

National Open Streets Summit

September 2015

 

"Lean Urbanism"

Panel discussion

Congress for New Urbanism, Atlanta

March 2014