Re-root + Redux Workshop at The Commons: Expression of Interest Form

Wednesday, October 23, 1–3 p.m.
Hosted at Sweet Water Foundation (5749 S Perry Avenue, Chicago IL 60621)

Thank you for your interest in the upcoming free workshop hosted by Sweet Water Foundation and presented in conjunction with the exhibition Tatiana Bilbao Estudio: Unraveling Modern Living at the Graham Foundation.

Space for this workshop is extremely limited. Please complete the fields below to register interest in participating. Note that submitting this form does not guarantee a reservation. Confirmed attendees will be notified via email on October 18. No artistic experience is required for the workshop, though willingness to participate in discussions and hands-on exercises is expected. All supplies are provided.

Complete this form by 5 p.m., Thursday, October 17. Please email info@grahamfoundation.org with any questions.
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Sweet Water Foundation is excited to welcome participants at its flagship site, The Commons, for a two-hour tour and hands-on experience on Wednesday, October 23. During the workshop, participants will be challenged to explore their relationship with the world around them, integrate Sweet Water Foundation’s practice of Regenerative Neighborhood Development in their lives, and consider the relationship between places where one lives, where things grow, and where things are built or torn down. Participants will engage in hands-on activities such as farming/gardening techniques, carpentry, and printmaking.
Sweet Water Foundation practices regenerative neighborhood development, a creative social justice method, that creates safe and inspiring spaces by establishing healthy, intergenerational communities that transform the ecology of once-“blighted” neighborhoods. The Foundation utilizes a blend of urban agriculture, art, and education to transform vacant spaces and abandoned buildings into economically and ecologically productive and sustainable community assets that produce engaged youth, skilled workers, art, locally-grown food, and affordable housing. These principles are realized in the flagship Foundation project, the Perry Avenue Commons, encompassing approximately three acres on the South Side of Chicago.
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