And we’re back! After having worked with Arts & Academic Academy High School last summer, the Seattle Art Museum is back with another session of Design Your [Neighbor]Hood! This time in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation.
Started at the end of February, Design Your [Neighbor]Hood — a multi-session intensive workshop focused on art, urban design and community change — continues to challenge teens to re-envision their communities and design a public space that will enhance their neighborhoods and or the city in a way that is meaningful to young people, residents and/or visitors.
During this current session, local youth design thinkers come together over the course of 12 weeks to identify, examine, and together [re]designed their neighborhoods. As our final presentation & celebration nears, we would like to share with you what we’ve learnt from field-visits and workshops, and the progress of our design projects. Stay tuned!