We had our first workshop on February 8th, all of the students got to know each other through a series of games and community building exercises.
We created the WILDER board which we wrote our motivations for the workshop series and also made it accessible for the community to be involved and add their own card!
We went on a photo scavenger hunt, which helped us to get to know each other and get our creative juices flowing (check out each groups pictures below).
We also built a library with books that go along with our goals of the workshops and give information on sustainability. The library pockets were made by SU students and high school students with patio furniture fabric and stables!
We hope to get everyone who is visiting 601 Tully involved in some way!
A good way to get everyone's ideas flowing.
This project came from our guest community organizer, Molly Rose Kaufman. The purpose is to get workshop participants connected to the immediate community and start thinking about it in new ways, and lets you see how other people define the various qualities of your community and neighborhood.
See the photo results of the scavenger hunt on the blog!
Students repurposed Chilewich fabric to make a library for the WILDER headquarters during the workshop series.