Went over to F.A.T. Village on Saturday night for the first time in a few months. Despite it being summer, when things typically slow down, the area was more packed then usual,. With food trucks and a street closure, parking was hard to come by (though some talked about the possibility of a shuttle from a nearby parking lot in the future). There were was even a line to get into C&I Studios (which was having an indie craft fair and free drinks all night).
|Leah Brown's sculpture hung from the rafters at The Projects/North in F.A.T. Village|
The latter installation, called "It Takes A Community," was created by Ryan Farrell. Basically, a bunch of people get onto the bikes and start pedaling real fast. Through their collective efforts they are able to power some of the car headlights stationed above the bikes.
|Despite the blur, my feet couldn't seem to go fast enough ....|
Visited a bunch of other places too, including World and Eye, whose themed group hows I am growing to love. This one was about money.
I've included some of my photos from the F.A.T. Village above. Expand by clicking the lower right hand corner and then click on show info (at top) for titles ... or just view the Flickr set.
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