The Lowline Young Designers Program is meant to empower local youth to take an active role in helping design the future uses of the Lowline. The current program includes a partnership with several local organizations, and will explore the different facets of the Lowline including: science, technology, design, programming, history, politics and the arts.
You can view the creative output from the previous Young Designers Program that was recently showcased at the Mark Miller Gallery here. The Lowline also recently conducted a Visioning Session, which was attended by community members, students, educators and other key stakeholders to help brainstom ways to expand the Young Designers Program and gather community input. The meeting summary is posted here.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if your school or organization is interested in learning more about the Lowline Young Designers Program and other ways to get involved.