Community Organizer Molly Rose Kaufman helped lead the first WILDER workshop held at 601 Tully on February 8th, sharing with us one of the projects that she's used in the past to launch community organizing initiatives - a photo scavenger hunt. It's a great way to explore the community you're working in, as well as a way to get to know other people and see the world through their eyes.
During the first workshop, students left from our HQ at 601 Tully to take photos of the following things to complete the scavenger hunt:
A place that looks loved
Something that is meant to keep people out
Something that invites you in
A building you want to know more about
Somewhere you want to go
Something that makes you proud of Syracuse
Something in abundance
1 group shot
In the posts that follow, you'll see how each group approached the photo hunt and they beauty they found in the neighborhood - even in the dead of winter! Nice shots everyone.