Broken City Lab is heading up to Hamilton on Friday, November 20th, 2009 to run a workshop/event on communicating through intervention in urban spaces. The workshop is being held at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre as part of their Labour Lounge series, this time in partnership with the Hamilton Youth Arts Network.
This has been the description of the workshop/event and it’s perfectly fitting: “Come on out and learn how art can interact with the urban environment leading to AWESOMENESS!” Oh, and our workshop will lead into the hip hop stylings of Lee Reed; it should be amazing fun!
The details: Workers Arts and Heritage Centre (51 Stuart Street, Hamilton), 7pm – 10:30pm.
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Have fun there, I wish I could go. There’s lots to do, explore the bayfront and if you can all the historical sites and waterfalls.
Hi Mike, sorry we’ll miss you up there … hopefully it’s not our last trip up to Hamilton, so next time!
We unfortunately won’t have a lot of time to explore tonight, so we therefore have to find another time to go up and explore a lot more … I had no idea there were waterfalls in Hamilton!?
“Come on out and learn how art can interact with the urban environment leading to AWESOMENESS!”
How could this not be a good time!? It’s been a while since we’ve worked in a workshop/demo type format with the public…I’m excitedffefe!!
It’s known as the City of Waterfalls and the Waterfall capital of Canada. Not many people realize this. Till next time then. :)
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