Cincinnati participated along with hundreds of cities worldwide to protest the amount of land dedicated to parking on Friday. Check out our exclusive collection of photos from some of the best Park(ing) Day installations this year.
Today is National PARK(ing) Day. In 2005, San Francisco art collaborative REBAR decided to take over a metered parking space for a day and turn it into a public space. The ratio of public space to parking space in San Francisco is heavily skewed toward parking. In 2006 it went public, and now PARK(ing) Day […]
First organized by the Trust for Public Land, PARK(ing) Day is a global event that lasts only one day but whose goal is one that is shared amongst many. Whereas some cities devote 70% of their public land to the automobile, PARK(ing) Day attempts to reclaim land from the automobile, to change how one perceives […]
We’ve been having a blast down on Vine Street for Cincinnati Park(ing) Day. So far the PARKing spot participants are as follows: Segway Cincinnati Park+Vine Urban Roots Free Store Food Bank The cool kids (John, Alicia, Jocelyn, Jenny and friends) It is rumored that Tucker’s will be having their parking spot (possibly with live music!) […]
A new gallery focused on looking at how people interact in different spaces is set to open this Friday at GBBN’s EDGE Gallery. The project is an evolution of an idea conceived from participation in PARK(ing) Day.