From environmental workshops and exhibitions to community gardens, green streets, and our first eco arts festival, your support helped us accomplish a lot this year. What will 2020 bring?
To ring in the new year, SocieCity is announcing a new name and more focused direction. From 2019, we’ll continue working with art and ecology in cities, but in a way that more explicitly helps cities and their inhabitants become partners within the ecosystems where they exist.
A hand-picked cast of artists, curators, and technology tycoons form an initial working group for Silicon Valley’s ZERO1 Garage, with a goal to create a place where art and technology can ‘get it on’ in the garage. Find out how Silicon Valley plans to solve the world’s problems using art, science, technology and business.
A community of artisans form a small pueblo, using their skills in woodcarving painting to produce beautiful “alebrijes” sculptures, but it’s their conservation efforts that set them apart from the rest.
Take a look at how low-income housing is working in San Jose’s “Martha’s Garden,” a half-industrial, half-bungalow neighborhood on the verge of gentrification, put on hold by city and developer economic concerns.