June 13, 2013
Flooding in your basement or backyard? Don’t suffer alone!
Help us document your stories, and work with you to develop swift, affordable, neighborhood solutions.
Share flooding experiences on the ‘Soap Box’ ● Meet with contractors and officials ● Bring your wet basement photos for our montage and Civic Techarette ● Tell your story on camera
RSVP now for this FREE event.
February 28-August 22, 2013
at the CNT Energy location
1741 N. Western Avenue
Open gallery hours for the public are from 5:00 – 8:00PM on the following Mondays:
March 18, April 15, May 13, June 10, July 8, and August 5.
Or by appointment.
Contact email@example.com to schedule a visit.
Reframing Ruin: A Prelude to the Bloomingdale Trail is a photography exhibition presented by Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail and The Trust for Public Land.
For nearly a century the Bloomingdale freight line has rolled across and above the City’s Northwest side. Today the tracks are aligned to transform the Bloomingdale into an elevated, mixed-use, linear park and trail. Reframing Ruin showcases the community’s documentation of the future trail, its relationship to the diverse neighborhoods it cuts through, and how we currently interact with this stretch of land through photography.
Center for Neighborhood Technology
In Partnership with:
Youth Service Project
Learn more about the project here>>.