SUPERFRONT + DUTTY ARTZ SPACE-MAKING

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This Saturday Jace/rupture (DUTTY ARTZ) and Mitch McEwen (SUPERFRONT) are hosting a discussion panel on Do-It-Yourself Public Space Making at SUPERFRONT’s Brooklyn storefront gallery. The event is second in a series that leads up to the construction of a public space in the backyard of the gallery. Panelists include Cristina Goberna (Fake Industries | Architectural Agonism), Justin Moore, (New York City Planning, Brooklyn), Ena McPherson (Parks, Arts & Culture, Community Board 3), Jordan Seiler (New York Street Advertising Takeover).

Choose to participate in 1 of 3 teach-ins after the panel: 1) community zoning basics 2) spring gardening tactics 3) property disobedience and public dialogue.

April 10: Mixtape on DIY Public Space Makers 4pm – 6pm *plus* Opening Reception for SUPERHERO 6pm – 8pm

$5 suggested donation for the 4pm panel and workshops, but no one turned away.

The Mixtape will run from 4pm to around 6pm.

This event is part of the Cypher on Urban Affairs, a public program at SUPERFRONT partly funded by the Brooklyn Arts Council.


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One response to “SUPERFRONT + DUTTY ARTZ SPACE-MAKING”

  1. MikeM says:

    Talk about Privately Owned Public Spaces!
    http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/html/priv/priv.shtml
    I always found them interesting – even though they’re in corporate settings and often abused by their owners – because they’re a public place in an architectural setting, rather than a simple natural respite, as nice as that is.