Survey - "The Guide & Protector"
Pink Flamingo together with SPECTACLE and The New Gallery would like your input in the design of the public space across from the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre (at the corner of 1 St SW and 2 Ave SW).
The space is home to the new mural in Chinatown The Guide & Protector by artist Jae Sterling.
Previously the home of the Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary, the space is an intersection point for Calgary's BIPOC community. The following questions will provide you the opportunity to envision what the space will become in the near future.
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What would make this space attractive and encourage you to connect with other people? Please select all that apply:
Marketplace and food stalls
Recreational opportunities (sports, exercise equipment, games, play)
Health and wellness opportunities
Family-oriented and/or child-friendly activities
Youth/Older adult-oriented activities
What activities would you like to see in the space? Please select all that apply:
Table tennis/Ping pong
Educational talks/Community discussions
Art events/Film festivals
What would you like in the space in winter? Please select all that apply:
Fire pits/ Outdoor heaters
What unique events could you imagine happening in the space? (e.g. Chinese New Year celebration, crochet club, chalk art competition, etc.)
What kind of seating and public furniture would you like to use in the space? Please describe in as much detail as possible.
What would you like to see in a community garden? How would you like to be able to use and access the community garden? (e.g. shared vs individual planters, hours of access)
What characteristics of public space do you find overstimulating/understimulating to your senses? Which senses are affected the most? How? (e.g. too much noise, not enough visual contrast, changing street furniture, etc.)
What are the barriers you experience when being in a public space? (e.g. physical, psychological, safety, emotional, cultural, spiritual, social, economic barriers, or any others that apply to you)
What kinds of public space activities are missing in the immediate area and / or in Calgary?
Please tell us about any other thoughts you have about the future of the space.
I would like to get emails from the Calgary Chinatown Development Foundation.
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