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2017 Week Six: Arts

CHRISTOPHER FRICK | STATION NORTH ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT Artscape is my favorite weekend of the year. It also happened that this weekend marked the launch of our mini golf project. Aside from the sunburn and mild dehydration inherent in partaking in Artscape festivities, I’d consider the mini golf launch…
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2017 Week Five: Arts

CHRISTOPHER FRICK | STATION NORTH ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT (This blog post has nothing to do with my CIIP placement, but it’s important to me.) What would happen if Baltimore decided to install a complete network of bike lanes? Could we connect more people to more jobs? Could we have…
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2017 Week Four: Arts

NAADIYA HUTCHINSON | 901 ARTS On our most recent Baltimore Bites event, we had the pleasure of hearing from Marc Steiner on his opinion on the media but also other current events and affairs in Baltimore. As I sat and listened to this white man, talk to me about blackness,…
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2017 Week Three: Arts

JIMMY LI | JUBILEE ARTS What do you do when you have to arbitrate between two people who disagree vehemently? My group personally interviewed over 30 community members in an effort to design a mural that reflected the wishes of the community. The two most interesting responses came from two…
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2017 Week Two: Arts

CHRISTOPHER FRICK | STATION NORTH ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT – WEEK 2 The deadline for our mini golf installation is four weeks away, and there are still so many missing pieces. One of my biggest challenges this week was not with people—it was with geometry. I had the following list…
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2017 Week One: Arts

NAADIYA HUTCHINSON | 901 ARTS I am at a training, watching a previous video that the organization had made and they ask a young boy, what improvements he wants to see in his school. He thinks about it for a second and says “the school getting A/C”. Everyone in the…
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