Chat – Traffic Light Boxes & Moss Walls

We’d like to arrange a short meeting to chat to you about two projects – the traffic light box artworks and the moss wall.

The approx agenda will be:

  1. Discuss the moss wall DCC Beta Project.
  2. Based on that, select from the moss wall submissions.
  3. How others might like to input into the moss wall.
  4. Discuss (primarily with the artists who took part) the 11 traffic light boxes Betas.
  5. Based on that, how this idea might grow.
  6. Discuss other versions or totally different ideas that we could trial using traffic light boxes.

It’ll be an informal chat (afterwards we could also discuss Beta Projects if you wish), and we’ll bring along copies of the moss wall submissions.

Let’s meet here (go through the archway and ask for “the chapel” at the reception on the left) next Tuesday 26th February. Arrive at 17.15 sharp, and we’ll wrap up by 18.45 sharp.

Let us know if you can make it, by emailing us at betaprojects@dublincity.ie (email only if possible, rather than facebook/twitter etc…just to keep all the info in the one place), just so we know whether to expect ANYONE!

Looking forward to seeing you! 🙂

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Dublin City Council are trying a new method called DCC Beta Projects...your input, then quick trials 'on the street', then your feedback! We'd LOVE your help!
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