Lowell has many “ghost signs” on buildings where you can see remnants of a beautiful, painted, historic advertisement. Restoring them probably isn’t feasible in the short term, but we could recreate the sign on a computer and use a projector to throw the image up on the building in its original location at night.
Instead of just picking up trash, find a way to use it creatively to make something beautiful. This could be in a workshop setting on a day a month. People can work solo or make a collaborative piece. The results could be displayed in a chosen spot in Lowell. This could also involve photographers, choreographers, [Read more…]
Kratom is a southeast Asian tropical evergreen tree. It is not an opiate but binds to opioid receptors in the brain to cause a myriad of health benefits but most importantly to stop withdrawal symptoms. Kratom is a popular and safe alternative to methadone, a pharmaceutical drug that is used to help with withdrawal symptoms [Read more…]
Making a hip hop group only with selfless musicians to help promote Kratom can promote a better attitude for the youth and community. Promoting positivity and kratom with my talented friends and our powerful music may show that being egotistical is nothing compared to the development of art and love [Read more…]
Work with the Adult Ed center across from the Library to install an outdoor “rotating cultural exhibit.” This would include a couple of structures that could be chained to the fence that would hold items behind plexiglass, frames to be attached to the fence that could hold informational panels, and perhaps some planters for small [Read more…]
This would be a low-cost way to celebrate Lowell’s diversity and create some visual interest and excitement connecting downtown with “Upper Merrimack Street” walking toward UMass Lowell. If the materials are high enough quality and draw a lot of attention, perhaps it would also contribute to interest in redeveloping abandoned [Read more…]