We tweeted about this project earlier this week, but in case you didn’t see it, we wanted to share it here on our blog too.
Candy Chang is a public installation artist, designer, urban planner, and co-founder of Civic Center who says she “likes to make cities more comfortable for people.” She took the side of an abandoned house in her New Orleans neighborhood and turned it into a giant chalkboard with the prompt, “Before I die, I want to______” and left pieces of chalk for anyone who wanted to join the conversation.
Much like the Museum of Possibilities in Montreal, which we blogged about recently, here’s a project that takes an unused space and invites the public to consider and share their aspirations. It’s a public art project that invites civic engagement in a really positive, hopeful way.
Take a look:
It’s inspiring isn’t it?
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