Advance Soloar

Peter and Carmen Lucia Buck Foundation

Build It Green!

evergreen solar

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery

Forbo Flooring Systems

Global Green USA

Green Depot

Peter Henig, CEO Greenhouse Capital

GRK Fasteners


Adam Lewis

Robert Mason with Anthony Dalo Woodworking

Morgan Lehman Gallery

OutBack Power Systems

Smith & Fong Plyboo

Socrates Sculpture Park

Gregg Wagner, RA

Emergency Response Studio will be part of “Streetfest”, Saturday, May 7, 2011, 11am – 7pm. The trailer will be located on the Bowery just below Houston Street.

Festival of Ideas for the New City

"Over eighty independent projects, exhibitions, and performances, which expand on the Festival’s themes, will open at multiple festival partner venues Downtown, activating a broad geographic area. Projects include a solar powered mobile art studio; artist-commissioned roll-down, metal storefront gates; projections of poems in endangered languages on Lower East Side buildings; a prototype of an urban campground; a marathon event where architects will present their ideas about reconfiguring public space in a rapid fire format; an exhibit exploring the political, economic and social relevance of preservation and its role in architectural thinking; and a wide range of other activities exploring ideas for the future. These events will open Saturday evening, May 7, and Sunday, May 8."

A Metal-Gate Makeover

New York Times

"Paul Villinski’s solar-powered artist’s studio, constructed from a Federal Emergency Management Agency trailer that was set up in Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina, will be at StreetFest."


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