Please join us at the Fundred Reserve Open Lab, hosted at the H-Space, for discussion and presentation of what we aim to achieve during our residency through April 2018. Fundred is a hand drawn currency of voice, it’s value, and the representation of public will to help end childhood lead poisoning.
Fundred Reserve Open Lab is to expand the mission by experimentation, outreach and activism through partnership, events and youth led initiatives. This will be an information session and open dialogue around potential and planned programming in the upcoming months. We invite you and the community to participate in the creation of events that bring diverse groups together to address lead exposure in DC and beyond.
Our time at H-Space will be utilized to deepen activation of the Fundreds, for hearing and sharing personal stories, creation of videos, presentations, experiments, activism and more. We want to plan and develop this project from the ground up in collaboration with you.
The Fundred Reserve Open Lab is inspired by DIY national and local grassroots movements for action, justice and prevention. Fundred was initiated by the artist Mel Chin as an interdisciplinary, artist-driven project to advance solutions to lead poisoning, Fundred has grown into a national effort, powered by the people.
H-Space is kindly provided by the Hamiltonian Artists, and Fundred Reserve Open Lab programming is supported by The Kresge Foundation.
Presented by Fundred Dollar Bill Project
November 18, 2017