21CD twenty-first century development

Ashe Cultural Arts Center

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Ashe Cultural Arts Center is a nonprofit organization that uses art and culture to support equity, human, community, and economic development. It provides opportunities for art presentations, community development, artist support, and the creation of partnerships that amplify outreach and support efforts.

Size:

18,200 SF on two sites

Dates:

1998 - present

Project Team:

Efforts of Grace, Inc.

Performance levels achieved:

  • Standard

  • Good

  • Better

  • Living

  • Regenerative

Place
Limits to Growth
Food
Habitat
Transportation
Water
Energy
Health + Happiness
Civilized Environment
Neighborhood Design
Biophilia
Resilient Connections
Materials
Material Plan
Embodied Energy & Carbon
Waste
Equity
Neighborhood & Access
Access to Nature
Access to Community Services
Investment
Beauty
Inspiration

Goals & Strategies:

Place

Food

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Not reported.

Habitat

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Redeveloped and repurposed historic building.

Transportation

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Not reported.

Water

Water

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Not reported.

Energy

Energy

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Not reported.

Health + Happiness

Equity

Goals: Use art and culture to support equity, human, community and economic development.

Strategies: Project is a nonprofit; provide opportunities for art presentations, community development, artist support, and the creation of partnerships that amplify outreach and support efforts.

Materials

Embodied Energy & Carbon

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Not reported.

Waste

Goals: Not specified.

Strategies: Not reported.

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Sources: https://www.ashecac.org/

*Note: This case study was developed using found information.