Tech Day at the Lowline’s Young Designers Workshop This Weekend

The Lowline's Young Designers Workshop at the Mark Miller Gallery. Photo by Andrew Einhorn.

The Lowline's Young Designers Workshop at the Mark Miller Gallery. Photo by Andrew Einhorn.
The Lowline’s Young Designers Workshop at the Mark Miller Gallery. Photo by Andrew Einhorn.

The Lowline’s Young Designers Workshop has been creating some buzz at the Mark Miller Gallery the past couple of weeks.  It’s been a good opportunity to check out the progress of the organization campaign to create an underground park on Delancey Street.  This weekend is “tech play day.” See the invite below:

Come play with fibre optic cables and learn about the technology that will light the Lowline. Co-founder, James Ramsey will lead a demonstration to explain how the solar technology works. Kids will have the chance to see light move through fibre optic cables in a special custom-built station. There will also be another “Tech Play Day” on Sunday, March 2nd from 1PM – 2PM. This is a free, public event that will take place during the “Young Designers Workshop” exhibition. On display are student built, 3-D models that reflect their vision for the future Lowline park. As part of an effort to gather community input, visitors are also encouraged to share their ideas for the Lowline through various interactive stations. Open Thursday-Sunday, 12PM – 6PM, through March 9th.