Join us Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. for Trailnet’s monthly gathering that brings local livability experts to St. Louis city neighborhoods in fun, relaxed settings. We’re pleased that Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s gallery at 2700 N. 14th Street will serve as this month’s “fun, relaxed setting” for the event.
As noted on the flyer above, this month’s Trailnet on Tap will feature artist Ilene Berman, the creative force behind NODhouse. Learn about her new project, Room13Delmar — a tricycle-based mobile art studio that will travel throughout North St. Louis, inviting any and all residents passing by to participate in the creative process together. By connecting with local businesses in the area to set-up the mobile studio, Berman strives to create an easily-accessible public space where North City residents and workers can connect through creative dialogue, while simultaneously expand our understanding of what is happening “north of Delmar.”
Cost: Free! Snacks provided. Beer and wine available for a suggested $4 donation.
For more information, contact Molly Pearson of Trailnet (by phone: 314-436-1324, ext. 117; or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit Trailnet’s Facebook page for this event by clicking HERE.
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