Tweetie Bird It is about imagining that the center is ever flexible and having the courage to create new centers.-Theaster Gates on his work #ArtPlace [More from ccoletta]

July 26, 2003

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Susan Woodward is Director of Regional Affairs for Granada Television and Creative Director for the Liverpool European Capital of Culture. Susan began her career as a newspaper journalist, then moved to television, first as a reporter, then producer and editor, and she was appointed Director of Broadcasting and Head of Regional Programmes at Granada Television in June 1998. Susan was loaned to the Manchester Commonwealth Games as Creative Director where she was responsible for TV Opening and Closing Ceremonies, press and PR, media and marketing, and on the strength of her performance there, was loaned to Liverpool as Creative Director of the European Capital of Culture bid team. In June, Susan was awarded the OBE by the Queen for services to Broadcasting and the Commonwealth Games.

Bill Lennertz is a leading charrette facilitator and practicing New Urbanist. As Director of the Duany & Plater-Zyberk Boston office and later as a partner in his own architecture firm, Bill has directed more than 150 charrettes. His charettes for public and private clients range from main street revitalizations, town centers and affordable housing, to complete, new neighborhoods and communities. Bill is a registered architect, a master urban designer, and a charter member of the Congress for the New Urbanism. He is the founder of the National Charette Institute.

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