Date: August 3rd, 3 - 6 PM Location: Flux Factory, 39-31 29th Street, Long Island City, NY Traffic Disruption Village asks us to consider what we would need to survive under the conditions of a mass stalled auto disaster. In 2010, China experienced a 9 day, 100 km long traffic jam that turned the road into “a collection of rooms”: a temporary village born of disaster. Traffic Disruption Village will serve as a drill for New Yorkers to prepare for a similar potential disaster phenomenon before it occurs.
October 10th, 7pm+
FREE!, but please bring something delicious to share
Imagine the solutions and energy our city could have if everyone who lived here had access to good healthy food, knew why it was their best option, and took pride in it and their health as an investment in their neighbors and the future.
– Detroit Food Justice Task Force
Come celebrate the harvest, share stories and recipes, and learn about what other community members, growers, and organizations are doing to create just and sustainable food systems in Long Island City.
Sign up to be a member of the Queens Action Committee brought to you by Flux Factory’s Community Organizer resident Dylana Dillon, the New York City Coalition Against Hunger, City Harvest, and Hour Children Community Food Pantry. Talk land use with Smiling Hogshead Ranch, explore “Integrating Food Production into Green Building – Urban Environments” with Hellgate Farm, find out why kids are getting excited about Sprout By Design, and more!
Potluck starts at 7pm, [mini] workshops at 8:15pm, and music by Elana Belle Carroll on the rooftop at 9pm
We will be featuring food from local farmers, and beer from local brewers, but please bring a (vegetarian) dish and/or beverage to share.
Super gracious thanks to our sponsors!