Determine a location and organize a monthly filmmaker/video producer circle. Work with LTC to provide this circle resources and networking opportunities. Market the circle to young people doing social media videos, retired people who may want to share their interest, and everyone in-between, including crossing cultural lines.
The Vandenberg Esplanade is one of Lowell's finest open access public spaces, but the stretch of green between the Sampas Pavillion and the Rourke Bridge is sectioned off by the Mighty Merrimack on one side and Pawtucket Blvd on the other. This makes it arguably the least accessible part of [Read more…]
There is a need for Classical music in Lowell Small opera companies from greater Boston should perform here for all the ages. You name it: Orchestras, musicians, concerts of varied music, instrumentalists. I may be unaware, but I do not see it anywhere in the Lowell Area. We could coordinate with Lowell Philharmonic or other [Read more…]
Groups and individuals can sign up to paint one of the green metal trashcans that are used in Lowell’s public parks. Artists (new or pros) would be encouraged to feature environmental, Lowell pride, and/or cultural components in the designs. Funds would cover cleaning the bins to start and then supplies for artists. Each bin could [Read more…]
UMass Lowell students from the Evolution and Ecology Club are collaborating with Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust and community members to create a wildlife guide for Lowell wildlife. We all want to provide waterproof guides available for the community to take out during kayak/canoe trips on the Merrimack River through the UML Kayak Center.