This year, Union Project is celebrating our 10th year anniversary of serving our mission: Using our space to bring people together to connect, create and celebrate. As part of a decade of service, we are updating our strategic business plan and invite your feedback in the following three ways:
As a theater major, Stacey Vespaziani was required to take a yoga class. She put it off until her senior year because, in her own words, she “thought [yoga] was so stupid!” As soon as she began, however, she loved it! Suffering from a foot injury, she couldn’t run as she usually did and began practicing even more. Later, in New York City, she found that practicing yoga was the only activity where she could find quiet.
Children and Families stopped by the Union Project tent at the Bryant Street Festival this month to try hand building and throwing. Assisted by arts coordinator, Jenna Vandenbrink, children could get their hands dirty, making their very own creations from birds to volcanoes to flower pots.
As you may have noticed, we at Union Project have spruced up the ol' website a little. We put up a new banner image, added some colors, switched up the layout, and, well, generally changed everything. There was no question among the staff that our old website could be greatly revamped, but for an organization with so many activities and changes going on, coming up with just what to replace it with proved to a challenge. But, with help and input from all the staff and an ad hoc comittee, we have come up with the product that you see before you.