Date(s) - Tuesday 07/31/2018
12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We’re building a community-driven science center and we want your help!
The Sanctuary for Independent Media is gearing up to revamp a long-abandoned building into the NATURE Lab Environmental Education Center! We are embarking on a community-led design process to ensure that the new center’s design and programming reflects the needs of the North Troy community.
Let your ideas be heard at our Community Design Think Tank and help shape this new space with visiting architect Cameron Toler, the Uptown Summer 2018 youth students, and other community members.
We need your support to grow NATURE Lab!!
Please share and invite your friends, family, and neighbors!
12:00 Community lunch
1:00-3:30 Environmental Education Center Design Charrette
-Project background and overview
-Youth environmental stewardship
-How can our community science center sustain, protect, give back to the community?
-3319 6th Ave. site visit and tour of Environmental Education Campus
-Barbeque and potluck party — free food!
Drop in any time you can!
Also, save the date: Design Prototypes will be presented the following week, Friday, August 10th, 1-3pm Uptown Summer 2018 Final Celebration
About Cameron Toler:
Cameron Toler works at Curtis + Ginsberg Architects in NYC He is dedicated to working with kids and communities through Open Architecture Collaborative, NY and Fam1st Family Foundation Youth Architecture Camp. Also, check out this interview with Cameron on our very own Hudson Mohawk Magazine on WOOC 1054.3FM!
(Photos by Catie Rafferty)