Glassell Park Transit Pavilion Public Performance & Installation

This public
performance is designed to bring our future structure to life for the
many public transit users who wait at this transit stop every day.
We’ll be setting up tarps and chairs to approximate the setting and
design of the structure.  We will discuss elements of comfort and safety with the riders and receive their feedback through a short survey we’ve prepared.  Renderings of the Transit Pavilion will be on view.

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