By activating two city blocks of hopscotch in seven neighborhoods, we have the opportunity to both physically and symbolically connect a city to its neighborhoods and underscore the importance of connection and access to transit and resources for all communities.
It’s a community art installation happening now through July 23 and is organized by RedLine. This public installation created by Agustina Woodgate is part of the current exhibition at RedLine called Play Grounds, curated by Ruth Bruno and Cortney Lane Stell.
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