Together with Alma-Nac, 00:/ recently hosted a ‘DIY Day’ in Bromley by Bow, supported through the Architecture Foundation & Scarcity and the University of Westminster’s Creativity in the Built Environment (SCIBE) Scarce Times: Alternative Futures initiative.
The event focused on revealing and connecting local assets, skills and resources, using the DIY Day as a tool for testing local appetite for exchange and jumpstarting connections between diverse networks. One of the outcomes is a set of portraits to be publicly exhibited across the area.
Our process and findings will be shared in a joint exhibit with other SCIBE competition winners in January, organised by the University of Westminster.
Read more about Scarce Times: Alternative Futures here.