DARTMOUTH – Discover Dartmouth with trusted Narratives in Space + Time (NiS+T) collective, as they take teens and adults out for a wandering tour of neglected monuments, abandonned gems (like graveyards) and unexplored paths. With the winter chill upon Nova Scotia, NiS+T recommends to dress warmly, as the Vision Pavilion’s first workshop requires weaving through spaces and places in nearby neighbourhoods. Following the tour, participants will be flocked back to Alderney Gate Public Library to learn more about and to discuss mobile phone apps and computer programs and to chow down on food and refreshments.
WHAT: Vision Pavilion
WHERE: Starr Room, Alderney Gate Public Library, Dartmouth, NS
WHEN: Thursday, February 10, 2011, 4:30pm – 7:30pm
HOW MUCH: Free
Vision Pavilion is a mobile phone and web-based community project for teen and adult participants. Do you like to write stories, or poetry? Did you know that you can use a mobile phone to make a work of art? Participation is free, materials provided. Come and discover how creative you could be with mobile devices in Dartmouth.
For additional information, contact 902-476-6670 or visit the Spacing Events Guide Archives on Dartmouth’s Vision Pavilion.
Photo by Leola LeBlanc, collective member of Narratives in Space + Time.