THE STATE OF ADOPT A RIVER- WASA, Adopt A River Program, Leader, Dr. Sharda Mahabir and I, met today to have conversation on issues effecting the water resources in The Heights of Aripo, being...
1- unchecked development from residents, their waste seeping into the water sources
2- unchecked farming, clearing of the land, chopping of trees, are depleting the water levels
3- over use of chemicals, by farmers and residents.
These and more issues are dwindling the water levels and drying up the water resources, the water is becoming toxic!
Refer; to The Toxic Form Project...
What does this have to do with an aesthetic agenda,
This conversation fall smack in social art, social justic and the practicing of these principles in a community, with the intention of finding results, positive result. Sustainable results
ART SOCIAL JUSTIC AND PRACTICE...
is a real methodology, an aspect that we have not truly appreciated and explored. This is where the Tacarigua Sculptural PlaySpace Project, sits...we have the ability to practice social art, social art-design in a manner never done before.
The main obstacle, is community!
So aesthetics, artists will have to be trained in understanding people in understanding aesthetics. This is
What comes out of that reading will be the art or the design...
That is the revaluation of art and design. It is what comes out of, rather than what comes before...
As I sit around tables, I'm learning more and more what my art, what art really is...the art I'm is superficial, if it can't be read by others...
#thetacariguasculpturalplayspaceproject . #urbanliving#adoptariverprogram#urbandevelopment#waterpollution#riverpollution#socialjustice#qualityoflife#heightofaripo#ariporivers
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Currently under development. The Growth Plan (2017) redirects growth to 'built up areas' in order to make the best use of existing infrastructure. This form of strategic growth ensures that sprawl is contained to protect the natural environment while making the best use of road, transit, and water and sewage infrastructure. Development in built up areas makes walking to the nearby commercial plazas and parks more feasible.
🌻Optimize the edge🌻
The edge is the intersection of two environments and is the most diverse part of any ecosystem.
🌎It is where two worlds meld and meet. Think of it in cities where multiple cultures and religions intermix. The diversity there is astounding! Increase and decrease your edge as needed.
Using art and technology, A DREAM DEFERRED PHL examines the history of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods -- encouraging viewers to unpack decades-long repercussions of systemic racism and classism, identify present-day examples, and reimagine a world where these no longer exist.
Experience visual storytelling through digital touchscreen mapping, a large scale art installation by Shawn Theodore and a short documentary. Visitors will have a chance to share their personal reactions in a private confessional booth.
Free Admission. Opening September 21st at the former Northern Saving Fund.
Funded by the Knight Cities Challenge.
Did we mention that the 2019 conference topic is on...URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT? Here are some city models of Berlin to get you thinking about what goes into making a city! Fun fact: This exhibition has a tactile model (3rd photo) for people who have difficulty seeing #urbandevelopment#accessibility
While urbanisation and population growth accelerate, experts from all disciplines seek their answers to how we can make cities more livable. In Norway, COWI invited six experts to share their best solutions in Norway's largest political gathering Arendalsuka. An economist, a wealth creation expert, a smart city politician, an activist architect, a color designer and an art optimist – six very different solutions to one big question.. See their take on the challenge in our story. #urbandevelopment#arendalsuka#arendalsuka2018
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