Beautifying the broken through zero waste art

A great write-up on the zero waste art workshop we held last week on the Johns Hopkins campus, led by Baltimore Broken Glass, with gorgeous photos.

“Most problems can’t be solved using a single tool; the Ecological Design Collective has connected a number of passionate individuals from a wide array of backgrounds, all motivated by our need to be better stewards of our planet,” says Aimee Bourey, a graduate student who helped organize the workshop. “This event brought students from high school through their post-doctoral studies, from different schools and disciplines, together to reclaim what the city had designated as waste and make art.”

totally fantastic…starve the incinerator

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