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Flights of Fancy: Taking Mosaic Design & Grassroots Fundraising to New Heights

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Delivered at the 15th Biennial Community Built Association Conference (in Davis, CA) with artist Aileen Barr, this presentation reviews how the two ceramic-tiled staircases and adjacent gardens in San …

Delivered at the 15th Biennial Community Built Association Conference (in Davis, CA) with artist Aileen Barr, this presentation reviews how the two ceramic-tiled staircases and adjacent gardens in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District were created through extensive community collaborations that drew donations from across the United States and a few other countries--and may be inspiring a third set of ceramic-tiled steps in the same neighborhood.

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  • 1. Aileen Barr Paul Signorelli barraileen@cs.com paul@paulsignorelli.com The Art of Community Building 2014 15th Biennial Community Built Association Conference April 4, 2014 Davis, CA Flights of Fancy: Taking Mosaic Design & Grassroots Fundraising To New Heights
  • 2. First Steps
  • 3. Collaboration
  • 4. Second Steps: A Virtual Tour Flight by Flight Photos by Gilbert Johnson
  • 5. Hidden Garden Steps: Solving a Problem
  • 6. Hidden Garden Steps: Solving a Problem
  • 7. Hidden Garden Steps: Solving a Problem
  • 8. Listening to the Community
  • 9. Listening to the Community
  • 10. Building Community: Peer to Peer
  • 11. Going Where Our Community Is
  • 12. Going Where Our Community Is
  • 13. Going Where Our Community Is
  • 14. Creating Community Hands On
  • 15. Telling More than 600 Stories
  • 16. The Landscape as Some See It
  • 17. The Landscape as Some See It
  • 18. The Landscape as Some See It
  • 19. The Landscape as It Was for Us
  • 20. The Landscape as It Was for Us “The project is poignant in its sweetness.” --Joe Eskanazi, SF Weekly
  • 21. Our Website
  • 22. Combining Tradition and Innovation
  • 23. Combining Onsite & Online Communities
  • 24. Combining Onsite & Online Communities
  • 25. Personalizing Our Online Presence
  • 26. Personalizing Our Online Presence
  • 27. Others Extending Our Online Presence
  • 28. Others Extending Our Online Presence
  • 29. Indiegogo , Kickstarter, and YouTube
  • 30. Indiegogo , Kickstarter, and YouTube
  • 31. Thanks, Thanks, and More Thanks
  • 32. A Postscript 15thavestepspark@gmail.com
  • 33. Resources
  • 34. Questions, Comments, and Next Steps
  • 35. For More Information Aileen Barr San Francisco, CA 415.407.4496 barraileen@cs.com http://www.aileenbarrtile.com Paul Signorelli & Associates 1032 Irving St., #514 San Francisco, CA 94122 415.681.5224 paul@paulsignorelli.com http://paulsignorelli.com Twitter: @paulsignorelli http://buildingcreativebridges.wordpress.com
  • 36. Credits & Acknowledgments Slide Deck Designed by Paul Signorelli 16th Avenue Tiled Steps (Moraga Steps) photographs were provided by Aileen Barr Flight-by-flight Hidden Garden Steps photographs were taken by Gilbert Johnson Other onsite Hidden Garden Steps photographs were taken by Paul Signorelli and Liz McLoughlin The Hidden Garden Steps project was completed through the support of numerous volunteers, government and nonprofit organizations, local business owners, existing neighborhood groups, and more than 600 donors. More information is available at http://hiddengardensteps.org More photographs are available on the website, as well as on Google+ at the following sites: Creating the Mosaic: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/104017204598614298654/albums/5874010570789214705 Preparing the Site: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/104017204598614298654/albums/5821542691776998769 Installing the Mosaic: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/104017204598614298654/albums/5938536121031791729 Sustaining the Steps Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/104017204598614298654/albums/5968581623346005153