Resurfaced: Mark Your Calendar
Sept. 19th - Oct. 25th | Open Thursday - Sunday Every Weekend
The proposed site for Museum Plaza is now a vacant space. Not for long though.
Underutilized spaces like this continue to pose challenges for creating vibrant places and connected communities. The first initiative in the ReSurfaced movement is to take the currently vacant lot behind the facades of 615-621 West Main Street in downtown Louisville, and create a six week long pop-up beer garden, outdoor cafe, and event space beginning on September 19, 2014.
The idea focuses on the city as the ultimate user interface, where the community can not only enjoy a unique event space, but experiment with the city and begin dialog about how we can pre-vitalize the current location as well as the multitude of surface lots and underutilized spaces in Louisville.
This project is the beginning and we will need all the volunteers and creative ideas our community can bring to not only make this location a success, but be the catalyst for future pre-vitalization efforts throughout downtown and beyond.
Our Press Conference with Louisville Mayor, Greg Fischer, was covered by the following media outlets:
We can’t wait to see you at ReSurfaced!
A big thanks to Stephen Kertis and Kertis Creative for the photos and coverage of the event. Check out Resurfaced.org for more info.