Reclaim Market Street! Sidewalk Intervention

From SPUR:

How can we redefine the social life of the sidewalk? Amidst the hustle and bustle of commerce and business how do we slow to the pace of conversation, interaction or reflection? Can we create places to sit, make or play? This free one-day event will explore these questions through a series of artists interventions along Market Street. The day will profile the work of Paul Benny,Michael SwaineFuturefarmers, Genine LentineJoshua Short and Sabina Nieto. This event is part of the Reclaim Market Street! exhibition.

Free to the public. Register here.

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