POLIS: CULTURAL PLANNING

polis: cultural planning is dedicated to providing expertise related to cultural resource management, preservation planning and documentation strategies for municipalities, neighborhoods, individuals, developers, artists and non-profits. 

sample services include cultural heritage plans, historic preservation management assessments, national register of historic places documentation, historic tax credit & design consultation, grant writing, heritage based media plans, exhibit & collection curation, asset mapping, and multi-media documentation. 

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CYNTHIA M. AMMERMAN

Principal

Ms. Ammerman has developed a unique skill set related to the built environment, the arts and humanities including advocacy, cultural policy, event production, and organizational branding. Her accomplishments include Co-Founder of the Kansas City Latin Jazz Orchestra, authoring National Register of Historic Places nominations, presentations in Berlin, Germany, Graz, Austria, Prague, Czech Republic; Warsaw, Poland; Santiago, Chile and business development, film projects, & outreach in South America with local & federal agencies, artists and NGOs. Her public & private project experience includes the geographies of the California, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the Midwestern United States.  

Ms. Ammerman has continued professional education via the UNITAR platform with an emphasis in Heritage Tourism through Arts and Culture based Community Development as well as active with the National Trust for Historic Preservation & Preservation Action.

Years Active

Arts Management: 16

Real Estate & Development: 16

Marketing & Storytelling: 16

Cultural Heritage: 10

Non-Profit Strategic Planning: 10

“The Polis, properly speaking, is not the city-state in its physical location; it is the organization of the people as it arises out of acting and speaking together, and its true space lies between people living together for this purpose, no matter where they happen to be.”

(Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition, 198).

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