From April 29th -- May 5th 2013, we engaged over 600 community members--families, artists, merchants, elders and passers-by in thinking about Uphams Corner and the planning processes going on around them. The interactive exhibit and integrated street signage aimed to lower the barrier for the public to engage in planning processes, both those already going on and ones they might want to create.
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Many thanks to our artists, hosts, partners and funders!
UPDATE: Since the exhibit we have learned that the Columbia Road renovation no longer includes a fence down the middle of the road, and the Fairmount Indigo Line will lower fares from $6 to $2 (one way) and add 12 rides a day. We have also been asked by a number of other community members and organizations to bring Making Planning Processes Public (or a similar tool) to their communities. If you'd like us to help you make a planning process public, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.