Creating walkable, urban, human-centered neighborhoods in the Granary District.
James Singer (Welcome to the Group!)
Lauren Sharp (Shred Shed)
Jesse Cassar (Shred Shed)
The goal of the meeting was to capitalize off the momentum and energy from the first work meeting two weeks before, and to set timeline goals for the Block Party on May 21st.
-Branding update (join the group for more info)
-James started the discussion
*These will be added to the Master list and vetted at our next meeting.
I'm wondering if anyone is interested in any part of the street furniture process. If you want to drive around, get free stuff and meet people, or if you want to talk about any designs you have, or if you want to help paint/build the furniture. You can help out with any or all of these things and don't feel like you have to have a lot of experience. I don't, I've just helped my dad build things over the years, that's all. If any of you have experience that's great but definitely not necessary. If you are just the slightest bit interested, join the street design and decoration group and let's start talkin' :)
Also, the top right is a sketch that I put on there when Jesse mentioned his idea. So credit to him, basically I think it is just a 4 sided structure made of plywood, that could be used to display art, like an free standing art wall. I thought it was a great idea so I jotted down a picture to remember it. I think that would be very easy to make and it would break up the space and make it interactive.
If you want to chat, my number is 801-698-3640 (text or call) and you can message me on here or @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's do dis, haha.