Future of Cities

This week, community members gathered for the “Future Cleveland” panel discussion at
The City Club of Cleveland. If you missed it, you can still watch or listen to the conversation.

Panelists explored the kind of future we want for Cleveland. Our region’s core city is makingbig improvements, but there is still much work to be done. From neighborhoods and transportation to sustainability and job growth, Clevelanders can help build a more vibrant, inclusive future community.

Future of Cities

The event helped introduce the upcoming Future of Cities week at the Chautauqua Institution on August 1-5, 2016. The Cleveland Foundation and The City Club of Cleveland are partnering to host this exciting week of programming, featuring daily “Fred Talks” designed to connect global urban renewal strategies to work on the ground in Cleveland.

Fred Talks build on Cleveland Foundation founder Frederick Harris Goff’s legacy of innovative thinking by inviting audience members to learn, engage with one another, and champion new ideas in conversations with local and national thought leaders.

What to Expect

The Future of Cities schedule at Chautauqua has something for everyone, including panel discussions on:

We’ll also feature a reading and interview 2014 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award Winner Adrian Matejka (check out our 2016 winners just announced on our blog!)

Purchase tickets and learn more about each session right here. And stay tuned for more updates on the Future of Cities week at Chautauqua.