Future Culture Project Documentation

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project documentation/ visual design deliverables


project components/ design applications

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Project Team Future Culture Fellows

Design Trust for Public Space

Staten Island Arts

Lisa Dahl Participatory Art Fellow

Susan Chin, FAIA, Hon. ASLA Executive Director

Elizabeth Bennett Executive Director

Ben Margolis Policy Fellow

Rosamond Fletcher Director of Programs

Gena Mimozo Grants Administrator

Margie Ruddick Urban Design Fellow

Ozgur Gungor Communications Manager

Naomi Sturm Director of Folklife

John Schettino Graphic Design Fellow

Joseph Huennekens Program Manager

Monica Valenzuela Deputy Director

Gareth Smit Photo Urbanism Fellow

Kelly Mullaney Development Manager Jourdan Sayers Equitable Public Space Fellow Martha Snow Executive Assistant/ Special Projects Associate



The Design Trust for Public Space, in partnership with Staten Island Arts, created a cultural plan to enhance equitable neighborhood development and test design and programming strategies through public art pilots launched in Summer 2018. We collaborated with the local community, including artists, cultural producers, civic activists, and small business owners, on a vision for the waterfront. We shared the resulting design, planning, and policy recommendations with key public officials and private stakeholders. Staten Island’s cultural organizations, civic groups, landowners, developers, businesses, and public agencies will use this plan to strengthen the cultural community, activate the North Shore, and interconnect its neighborhoods and the waterfront to the rest of Staten Island and New York City.


identity/ understanding the cultural and spatial contexts

original residents

CULTURAL naturally occurring local culture

new residents

financial and cultural emigres

tourism

retail and culture consumers


Ferry

St. George

Tompkinsville

SPATI AL Stapleton


identity/ situating design approach in both large and hyper-local geographies

spatial/cultural relationships

site of relationships

site of applications

people and place interwoven

large environmental attributes

visibility in varying contexts

FUTURE CULTURE

Fixed palette small admin applications

sample

fixed

fluid

Fluid palette large public applications



identity/ initial design explorations



identity/ final logos for use in six languages

English

Spanish


Urdu

Bengali

Sinhala

Tamil


identity/ style guide/ complete document (right)

standards and guidelines for visual identity and communication | spring 2017

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primary identity marks secondary identity marks secondary marks on color disambiguation using marks over images using marks with effects graphic elements logo lockups color in layouts sponsor logo lockups lines as design elements sequenced rules rules and hanging text rules and supported text vertical dividing rules color photos and gradients photo tints and tones typography grids the system: a kit of parts example composition 1 example composition 2 example composition 3 example composition 4 example composition 5 example composition 6 example composition 7 example composition 8 spanish asian languages asian languages in use



identity/ style guide/ application recommendations



identity/ style guide/ kit-of-parts for gridded layouts


Saturday 8|28|17 6:30 pm All are welcome! Presented at: ArtSpace @ Staten Island Arts

WEDNESDAY

08|22 INFORMATION SESSION IPSUM IN ESTUMA NOVUM ESTUM

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identity/ style guide/ kit-of-parts for gridded layouts

Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront

MONDAY

09|23

PUBLIC DIALOGUE All are welcome! 6:30 at ArtSpace @ Staten Island Arts


Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront

Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront

Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront


communication/ outreach via printed bilingual newspapers: English and Spanish

Newspaper Edition 1


Newspaper Edition 2

Newspaper Edition 3


communication/ outreach via newspaper PDF/ Urdu, Bengali. Sinhala, Tamil Newspaper PDF: Urdu

Newspaper PDF: Bengali


Newspaper PDF: Sinhala

Newspaper PDF: Tamil


communication/ initial strategic recommendations/ PDF document

http://www.designtrust.org/media/files/2017.04.27_Future_Culture_Initial_Recommendations.pdf



communication/ initial strategic recommendations/ complete PDF document



communication/ initial strategic recommendations/ slideshow



communication/ initial strategic recommendations/ structure of slideshow information



communication/ initial strategic recommendations/ structure of slideshow information



communication/ initial strategic recommendations/ posters for community presentation



exhibition/ content inventory and space planning



exhibition/ draft elevation for video installations



exhibition/ draft elevation for participatory map

“Staten Island has like 500,000 people, but it’s a small town. Everybody knows each other and they help. I don’t think any other borough could create this kind of thing because it’s too big” — Volker Goetze

“Development doesn’t have to be tangible, development could be making the space better, making the community stronger, tighter instead of just keep on building and building…you could be reusing and repurposing and opening up spaces that have been tightly controlled.”

“A lot of the time you don’t see… what you’re losing until you realize it’s too late. Then you have to relocate the things back that were originally displaced by urbanization. And that takes even longer than how you kicked them out originally.” — Paul Wang

—Tattfoo Tan

Stapleton

Tompkin


“I really believe that Staten Island can be a model in the future for a lot of things. We have big problems, but we can be a model for fixing all those problems. You know, like environmental stuff. We can be a model for private development for public-private partnerships where we really do something that contributes to the education, well-being, and economic development of the people that live here already.”

— Kelly Villar

“There’s something more going on than retail malls…”

— Kevin Washington

nsville

St. George

“Being part of a process of nurturing your neighborhood, making it beautiful, following up on the history of other people who tried to do that, saying that this is your neighborhood and you should care about it…You can make a difference.” — Diane Matyas


exhibition/ details of participatory map

What:Staten Island Museum. Founded in 1881, the Staten Island Museum, New York City’s only general interest museum, engages visitors with interdisciplinary exhibitions and educational programs that explore the dynamic connections between natural science, art and history based on its diverse collections. Where:Snug Harbor, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A When:Ongoing Who:Rbushelle@statenislandmuseum.org or visit statenislandmuseum.org

What:African Arts & Culture Festival. AfricaFestNYC is the coming together of people from all walks of life to celebrate everything Africa. The mission of this festival is to promote peace, love, and unity among Africans and their well-wishers. Where:Petrides School, 715 Ocean Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 When:August 19-20, 2017 (10am-7pm) Who:Oumie Ceesay-Peters,

africanfestnyc@gmail.com

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What:Tompkinsville Park Clean

A recurring community gathering to up Tompkinsville Park.

Tompkinsville Park

Tuesdays

:CANVAS, info@canvasinstitute.org


exhibition/ signature communication imagery



exhibition/ postcards and guest book

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore Exhibition dates: September 14 - December 9, 2017 Artspace at Staten Island Arts,23 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NY 10304, (718) 447-3329, Info@StatenIslandArts.org, www.StatenIslandArts.org This exhibition runs concurrently with: North Shore by Gareth Smit on view at Alice Austen House on view September 16 - December 23, 2017

#ConnectingCultureSI ArtSpace exhibitions are funded in part by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; New York State Assemblyman Matthew Titone; New York City Councilwoman Debi Rose; Stop & Stor and Staten Island Arts's artist, individual, family, and business members. Future Culture is made possible in part by generous support from:


What do you envision as the future of this place?

Stapleton waterfront connector streets

What do you envision as the future of this place?

Vacant lots on Stapleton waterfront connector streets

What do you envision as the future of this place?

Vacant lots on Stapleton waterfront connector streets


exhibition/ exhibit guide

Exhibition dates: September 14 - December 9, 2017 Artspace at Staten Island Arts Exhibition guide

Floor plan

Sonic Gates Volker Goetze

pilot projects

Court Yard Fridays Kevin Washington, Lynn Washington, Homer Jackson

New Earth Resiliency Training Module Tattfoo Tan

Mystic Portals of MERC Kelly Vilar, Ray Zwaryc

participatory map

finalists Flyway Home Diane Matyas and Kristi Pfister

For Birds, Bees Butterflies And Buses Kaja KĂźhl, Zhen Quan, Dissa Raras, and Paul Xiaopu Wang

Entrance



exhibition/ posters and gallery sign

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

September 14 – December 9, 2017

September 14 – December 9, 2017

ArtSpace at Staten Island Arts 23 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NY 10304

ArtSpace at Staten Island Arts 23 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NY 10304

Gallery Hours: Thurs/Fri: 2pm – 7pm, Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Gallery Hours: Thurs/Fri: 2pm – 7pm, Sat: 12pm – 5pm

#ConnectingCultureSI

#ConnectingCultureSI

Stapleton

Stapleton

Tompkinsville

Tompkinsville

www.StatenIslandArts.org

www.StatenIslandArts.org St. George

St. George


GALLERY is OPEN

GALLERY is OPEN

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

Gallery Hours: Thurs & Fri: 2pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Gallery Hours: Thurs & Fri: 2pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Stapleton

Stapleton

Tompkinsville

Tompkinsville

instagram: #ConnectingCultureSI

instagram: #ConnectingCultureSI

St. George

St. George

GALLERY is OPEN

GALLERY is OPEN

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

Gallery Hours: Thurs & Fri: 2pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Gallery Hours: Thurs & Fri: 2pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Stapleton

Stapleton

Tompkinsville

Tompkinsville

instagram: #ConnectingCultureSI St. George

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GALLERY is OPEN

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Connecting People and Place on Staten Island’s North Shore

m – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Gallery Hours: Thurs & Fri: 2pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 5pm

Stapleton

Tompkinsville

instagram: #ConnectingCultureSI St. George

instagram: #ConnectingCultureSI St. George


exhibition/ opening night



design: johnschettinodesign.com


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