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May 29

GSS is proud to participate in Salt Lake City’s  Reduce Reuse Re-imagine recycled art exhibit developed by Stephanie Haven, Discovery Gateway’s arts educator in partnership with Rachel Alder, AIGA’s (association for design) Sustainability Director/Salt Lake City chapter.

Celebrate Earth Awareness month with us by weaving your own plastic bag pattern on our weaving wall, build blocks made of recycled milk jugs, and discovering facts and tips about recycling. Be inspired by our weekly innovative art workshops that focus on principles of sustainability and waste reduction throughout the month of April.

This exhibit and workshops support the The Living Principles for Design framework, which was developed under the guidance of the AIGA (association for design) Center for Sustainable Design. The Living Principles for Design is a catalyst for driving positive cultural change. It distills the four streams of sustainability – environment, people, economy, and culture – into a roadmap that is understandable, integrated, and most importantly, actionable. Designers, business leaders, and educators can use The Living Principles to guide every decision, every day. To learn more visit: http://www.livingprinciples.org_dsc87681

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