Join artists, builders, and friends to build LED letters illuminating the values, cares, and hopes of our communities! Help craft MLK Day and Womxn's March banners too! No skills necessary. Though, anyone who wants to know how to or is skilled in soldering is especially welcomed to join in on the fun!
Theses night-time visibility tools will be shared and shipped to communities across the region and country. They'll be used on overpasses, in public parks, and have gained media attention for crucial issues of our time. Be it standing up for Native Rights, Clean Water, Getting Money Out of Politics, or Protecting Our Liberties, these are endlessly valuable tools for catalyzing collective change!
Feel free to bring food to share too if you like.
Accessible by bus, street parking available, wheelchair accessible. See you there!
- Find cathartic release working with your hands.
- Bring your friends or kiddos!
- Dress warm (the space can be a bit cool).
- Feel free to bring a snack to share.
- Tools and supplies you can bring if you have them: extra paper shopping bags, any spare adult-sized football/lacrosse/baseball batting/motorcycle helmets, needle-nose pliers, cordless drills, soldering tools and supplies for electrical components.
- January 15, 2017 at 4pm – 8:30pm
Freemont Arts Council's Powerhouse
3940 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
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