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Title: Art, culture, and urban revitalization: a case study of The Edge Artist Village
Authors: Besner, Barbara
Supervisor: Bridgman, Rae (City Planning)
Examining Committee: Couture, Gerald H. (City Planning) Palmer, Jeff (CentreVenture)
Graduation Date: May 2010
Keywords: Art
Main Street
Transitional Housing
Issue Date: 7-Apr-2010
Abstract: This research explores culture-led regeneration; specifically, how and why small, community-based culture-led regeneration projects potentially affect their respective communities. Methodology is founded on an in-depth case study of The Edge Artist Village in Winnipeg, supported by a literature review, quantitative research examining property values, and archival research. The practicum shows that The Edge Artist Village has had a tremendous impact on the community of North Main Street. While various stakeholders interpreted The Edge‘s impact in different ways, perceptions of safety in the community have improved, and long vacant buildings in the neighbourhood are finding new tenants. This study makes recommendations as to how planners can potentially play a role in encouraging culture-led regeneration projects such as The Edge Artist Village, and suggests ways in which private developers and municipal government can collaborate more effectively to support their communities.
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