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Forecast.ED courses are designed to cover a diverse array of topics within the fields of public art and placemaking. Some courses offer a broad overview, and others allow you to get more specialized information about a certain topic area. Our first two courses were created in partnership with the American Planning Association (APA), for City Planners to build skills and knowledge to incorporate public art into their work and address the health of their cities. These courses offer continuing education credits through APA. More courses coming soon!

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Forecast.ED courses are designed to cover a diverse array of topics within the fields of public art and placemaking. Some courses offer a broad overview, and  others allow you to get more specialized information about a certain topic area. Some courses also offer continuing education credits from accredited professional associations.

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