Please join us for an exhibition that promises to re-energize how we think about our transportation system. On Saturday, August 22nd a Low Impact Vehicle exhibition (aLIVe) will be at Seward Park from 10am – 3:30pm.
The term “low impact” has a dual meaning describing both the impact of a vehicle on a pedestrian, as well as the environmental impact. The implementation of low impact vehicles would generate a huge range of public benefits, including increased mobility for transit and freight.
A bicycle is a low impact vehicle, but what else can we imagine? Artists, inventors and community members envision a new type of transportation system designed around the human body. Everything from poetry to prototypes will be on display!
Vaughn Bell, Susanna Bluhm, Clair Colquitt, Nicole Kistler, Joseph Kochanowski, Brian McAllister, meadow starts with p, Peter Reiquam, Lucas Deon Spivey and Kristin Tollefson
Sustainable Ballard’s Undriver Licensing Station
SvR Design’s DIY LIV table and Haiku Project
Cascade Bicycle's Ambassador Program
Artist-made trophies awarded by Jen Graves, Lorna Jordan, Buster Simpson and Jackie White
People’s Choice Award
Opening Ceremony by T’ilibshudub, 10:30am
Barefoot in the Park by Alex Martin, 1:00pm
4Culture, Cascade Bicycle, greenmuseum.org, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Anne McDuffie and SvR Design, in conjunction with “Healthy Parks/Healthy You”
Brought to you by Great City
Organized by Cheryl dos Remédios
Participate at http://seattlegreatcitynetwork.ning.com/group/alive
Attendees are encouraged to use less environmentally harmful transportation choices to arrive at the event such as transit, carpools, vanpools, bicycling and walking. Parking will be limited.