SWF Collaborates with TCA for the’Living Room Project’ at the MCAJan 29 2015 · 0 comments · AQUAPONS, Community Development, Education, K-12 Education, Mycelia Project, Speaking/Events
On the last Saturday of every month, The Teen Creative Agency (TCA) hosts The Living Room, an on-site intimate, eclectic gathering for contemporary conversations, performances, and activites at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). The TCA is comprised of 25 curious, creative, committed youth who work on projects to transform select spaces within the museum interactivity. Last October, TCA visited both the Aquaponics Center and the Think-Do House at the Perry Ave Community Farm expressing interest in collaborating in The MYCELIA Project. This month, TCA invited Executive Director, Emmanuel Pratt, and the team from Sweet Water Foundation as their featured guests to collaborate on a pop-up mini-aquaponics installation in the lobby of the MCA as a way to engage MCA patrons and guests in an intimate and heart-felt conversation about community, art, engagement, sustainability, and social practice.