EES: Ways to Get Ideas From the Community For Public Spaces with Candy Chang
11/08/2014 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Morial Convention Center, La Nouvelle Ballroom C
Ever wonder how the idea for public space art walls got started and how you can easily use this accessible form of community involvement? Many of Candy Chang’s projects speak to how we use public spaces, what matters in life and the way we organize our communities. Many of her more than 400 projects to-date have had a real estate related theme. Here is your opportunity to get ideas and take a new look at areas of your community that could benefit from public space conversation starters such as this!
While at the conference, share your thoughts on the two interactive EES walls:
At the “It’s good to be here” wall near Hall B1/NAR Registration, you will have the opportunity to fill in this blank, “I’m here because _________” .
At the wall near the LaNouvelle Ballroom, share your thoughts on a topic being widely discussed, “Professionalism means _________”.
Comments made at both walls can be great conversation starters. As the blanks fill up, we’ll be taking photos, posting them on Conference Live and making room for more people to share their thoughts.
The Entrepreneurial Excellence Series (EES) is sponsored by REALTORS® Federal Credit Union, a Division of Northwest Federal Credit Union, Booth #1511
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