Fundred Reserve Open Lab at H-Space, located in DC’s Shaw/U Street neighborhood, is an extension of the Fundred Reserve exhibition held last spring at The Corcoran and building on nearly a decade’s participation in the Fundred Project. The Lab will run from October-April 2018, expanding the program and continuing to amplify personal stories, having fact based dialogue about problems in DC, and engaging more people to take purposeful action.
Exploring Empathy: Social Art Practice in Action
During its six-month run, The Fundred Reserve Open Lab at H-Space will host a variety of activities and youth led initiatives for research, communications, and action designed to build relationships among a wide variety of stakeholders.
We recognize everyone’s capacity to create art and social change. The space will serve as a hub for collaborative engagement, working towards solutions to childhood lead poisoning, through youth led activism workshops, partnerships with local universities and high schools, creation of zines, social media campaigns, art exhibitions and a regular community conversation series with invited speakers from multiple sectors. We have an open call to the community to also contribute to programming.