Saturday, November 3rd
A day of programming organized by There Goes the Neighborhood collaborative in Art Produce Garden
“You Are What You Eat” - 6pm to 7pm
“Critical Postcards”- 7pm to 9pm
Reception and Music- 9pm
“You Are What You Eat” is a free dinner hosted by TGTN in which the contents of your meal correlate to how you view yourself as an active community agent. After “You Are What You Eat” TGTN will host a second iteration of "Critical Postcards", a series of three 20-30 minute interviews via Skype with artists and activists from around the country whose work engages public space in innovative ways.
What’s The Use?* is a neighborhood colloquium organized by There Goes the Neighborhood (TGTN) collaborative. (http://theregoes.org) TGTN is a group of artists that facilitates creative programming for activists, advocacy groups, artists and concerned citizens to discuss issues relevant to the organizational strategies of our cities; to rethink how this planning is done; and to make connections across individuals and organizations in hopes of finding solutions to some of our common problems. We do this by mixing the spontaneity and fun of community arts festivals with the probing analysis of academic conferences to produce an artful forum for discussion