In response to the advice we got from the Loeb Fellows in the Fall (see "Why are we having neighborhood workshops" post): we first spoke with the Alliance of Neighborhood Association's leadership for their direction. We adopted their suggestions and have tried to design a workshop that should (we hope) allow you to identify our first project(s) and location. Ross Miller will return to York to facilitate the workshop.
If you'd like the Save The Date email for the workshop, let me know. We hope to have good representation from all the neighborhoods, from artists, and all interested people. The first day, Friday, June 24 will start at noon and we'll end about 5:00. This first day will probably include a "field trip" near the Codorus and/or the Rail Trail -- so bring an umbrella in case of rain. The second day, Saturday, June 25, will begin about 9 and we should wrap up about 2:00. Logos Academy will be our host. We are trying to design the workshop to be very interactive with as little of the usual "talking head" format as possible. If you are there, it will be more fun!
Got questions??? Please ask. Nothing is set in stone; we have much to learn from each other as we venture into this squishy endeavor of public art.