Public Forum for Artists & Community MembersTue Jun 29, 2010 Tue Jun 29, 2010
Location: Museum of Outdoor Arts- 1000 Englewood Parkway, Englewood, CO 80110 303-806-0444
June 29, 2010 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
You are invited to a public discussion about a potential new sustainable community for Englewood. The Museum of Outdoor Arts, in cooperation with the City of Englewood, is sponsoring an effort to create a state-of-the-art community or eco-village designed specially for the needs of artists and creative businesses. The project, entirely powered by renewable resources, is intended for Englewood, and would offer affordable living and working space for artists of every kind; painters, sculptors, dancers, poets, musicians, filmmakers and more.
PLACE, a non-profit that builds sustainable communities for artists, will be the special guest.
We cannot do it without you.
We want the community involved in every aspect of this effort. Your support and your feedback will determine whether or not we move forward with this groundbreaking project. Help us shape the vision. The PLACE organization will discuss their recent findings and present case studies from around the country, including the WĀV, a recently-completed sustainable artists’ community in Ventura, California (pictured above). Then we would like to hear your comments and questions. Imagine a community that produces no waste and no pollution, but only clean, renewable energy. Imagine a place where artists and others can live and create in a beautiful, healthy and affordable neighborhood. Imagine that it’s affordable for everyone. Imagine that we create it together.
Please join this important conversation. See you there.
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