The area under the BQE has long been seen as an eyesore – it’s dark, dirty and generally, well, unpleasant. If you’re like us, you’ve probably looked at that area and thought, “Look at all that space! That would be the perfect place for ______.” We want to hear your ideas!
Join us on April 25th for a community workshop under the BQE.
That’s right, we said UNDER THE BQE.
The workshop will take place inside the SpaceBuster, in the area under the BQE in Clinton Hill
at Park Avenue at Washington Avenue
Saturday, April 25th
SpaceBuster is a mobile inflatable art installation that expands and organically adjusts to its surroundings (like a highway overpass).
We invite you to participate by brainstorming creative permanent and temporary uses and physical improvements for the space under the BQE with the help of volunteer facilitators from Pratt Institute’s Planning program. The event is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are strongly recommended as space is limited.
To RSVP to participate in the community workshop, click here.
Can’t make the workshop? Stop by during the “Open House” after 4:30pm, and mingle with SpaceBuster architects raumlaborberlin.
Sponsored by Storefront, the SpaceBuster will travel throughout New York City hosting various community events from April 17th to the April 26th. For the complete SpaceBuster schedule visit www.storefrontnews.org.