Home means something different to us all: It could be a whole city or a corner in a house on the edge of town. Home might be a place for restful solitude or familial gathering. It may be a place we don’t quite understand or one we’ve helped create. Maybe it no longer exists or it’s something you still hope for.
The challenge: what does “home” feel like to you?
Show us. Paint, draw, film, sing, design it. Share with us your creative expression of what it means to you.
Then, consider sharing during Part 1 of Design for Home (July 23, 6-8 pm CT). Together, we will share and learn what home means to different people here in NWA and celebrate the expressions.
Part 2 of Design for Home (July 24, 2-4pm CT) is a workshop digging into the “homes” people shared — the positive, negative, and missing voices — and use it as fuel to imagine ways we can create a space where all people in NWA feel at home.
How to participate:
Register to attend this free, 2-part event and create a response to the challenge
- Who: All are welcome to attend! Anyone joining under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian present in the room while in attendance
- Format: Virtual using Zoom and a web-based collaboration tool
- You do not have to create a response in order to attend and participate
Part 1 | July 23, 6-8 pm CT: Attend and share
- If you’d like to present your work, please select that option during your registration. We'll follow up with the first 15 people to submit their work.
- Anyone can attend — invite your friends and family to see you present — we just ask that everyone attending from a separate device signs up.
Part 2 | July 24, 2-4 pm CT: Ideate for a more inclusive NWA!
This virtual workshop will be facilitated by the NWA design and creative community.
Our goal will be to generate ideas to be prototyped!