We have been selected as one of ten projects that will be highlighted in a book entitled Community Lover’s Guide to the Universe: Toronto Edition. The original edition for this series was conceived in Rotterdam in April 2011 in an attempt to provide guidebooks for cities to surface emergent knowledge from successful community practice around the world. The selected projects featured in the series demonstrate how community development, collaboration, and growing takes on a different character in different places and/or cultures around the world. No project is too small, and the authors are really looking for everyday creativity, fresh and imaginative ways to envision community building, city building, and urbanism. The intent of the series is that the featured projects will highlight how community collaboration and enabling citizens can transform neighbourhoods. Super exciting stuff!
In order to be a part of this we need to submit a description of our project and provide 5-10 high resolution pictures of ramps in action. We need some help with the pictures so we thought we’d reach out and have some fun with this! If you live in a community that has businesses with StopGap ramps we’d like you to get out there and take some pictures of them! Be creative and send us your pictures of ramps doing what they do best, the winning shots will get featured in the book. Submit your high resolution pics by September 26th and let the photo contest begin!
Please send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org