Stephen Goldsmith’s career has been across multiple disciplines. Most recently, he was the executive director of Center for the Living City, founded with Jane Jacobs in 2005 to envision cities that are vibrant, adaptive, equitable, and inclusive communities. As an associate professor of Architecture and Planning at the University of Utah he created the undergraduate degree program in Urban Ecology and the first degree program in Dark Sky Studies.  He served as director of the Frederick P. Rose Architectural Fellowship, president of the Salzburg Congress for Urban Planning and Development, and planning director of Salt Lake City–the first artist-planner for a major US city. Goldsmith coedited What We See: Advancing the Observations of Jane Jacobs. He is an artist who has collaborated on large-scale environmental projects, including the Temporary Museum of Permanent Change in Salt Lake City. These projects have provided platforms for community engagement and leadership development. He is the founder of Artspace in Salt Lake City, a CDC that created affordable live-work spaces and incubator spaces for non-profit organizations.

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