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Scott Watkins

25 neighbors want Chime – an interactive public art installation that uses music and movement to create community on Market Street.

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Chime (by Civic Harmony) is a fun and engaging public art installation that uses music and movement to promote physical activity in public space. Built with a blend of metal and wood, there is no electronic component of Chime. The installation is built to respond to touch… A simple push on one large wooden panel set into motion a series of sounds, an exploration of connectivity and smiles.

Our project is evolving as we get feedback from the community. Follow our progress and check out our pages.


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If you like this idea, "me too" it to stay updated on it's progress, and please contact us with your feedback! We look forward to hearing from you! You can share your insights in the "How can you help?" section. If you'd like to get involved with this project, let us know. You can fill out a volunteer form to help with the overall festival here.

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Market Street Prototyping Festival
Sahiti Karempudi
Maria Judice
Riley Siebel
Andrew Trujillo
Aminah Ricks
Michelle Chinn
Tee Parham
Bridget
Tigran J.T Pell IV
Cathy D.
Clare Hart-Slattery
Jacqueline Que-que Angeliquee
Traci Lopez
Christine Minakakis
Rebecca E. L. Wyke
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Clare Hart-Slattery

ChimeSF's lead designer is Dan Gottwald. Dan is an instrument builder, intermedia artist, and craftsman. He works in form, video, sound and movement to describe what he can about what he experiences. You can learn more about Dan and experience some of his work via his website: dangottwald.com

The included image features a variety of Dan's instruments.

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Posted Jan 20, 2015
Dan
Dan
Jan 20, 2015

Fantastic - thanks for posting Clare.

Posted by Dan on Jan 20, 2015
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Market Street Prototyping Festival Design Charrette
Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 11:00am - 2pm
The Village, 969 Market Street, San Francisco, CA

Please join our 50 design teams as they share their latest designs on how to make Market Street a more connected and vibrant street. Share your insights with the project designers, and learn more about how to get engaged in the festival this April. We want to hear your feedback - it's important for our designers to understand what works and what doesn't work for residents. This event is free and open to the public.

Learn more - marketstreetprototyping.org/ev...
More about the village at 969 Market - 969market.com/

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Ashley Newton
Marie
Ruby Chen
Gensler
Pavement to Parks
Clare Hart-Slattery
Kristy Hilands
Dan
Dan
Dan
Jan 23, 2015

Thanks to all of the design teams for presenting your work in progress. I posted a few pictures here - www.facebook.com/Neighborland/...

Posted by Dan on Jan 23, 2015
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Street Engagement Day
Friday, November 7, 2014, 1:00pm - 3pm
Market Street, between Embarcedero and Van Ness

Join the Market Street Prototyping Festival and the selected teams on November 7th as we hit the streets to unveil the prototype projects for the festival!

The Street Engagement Day is an opportunity for you to meet the teams in person and share your thoughts on their prototype ideas. The teams will then incorporate the feedback into the next demonstration of their design before they fabricate their prototypes for the festival.

Visit our tables on the sidewalks of Market Street near the following locations between 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. and help make the prototypes come to a reality for Market Street!

Civic Center District: Fox Plaza, 1390 Market Street (map)
Central Market District: 1028 Market Street (map)
Retail Heart District: 773 Market Street (map)
Financial District: 555 Market Street (map)
Embarcadero District: 5 Embarcadero Center, on Market Street between Noah’s Bagels & the Embarcadero BART Station Entrance (map)

All Street Engagement Day locations are ADA accessible. For language assistance or disability accommodations, please contact info@marketstreetprototyping.org at least three business days in advance.

Best,
The MSPF Team

Who Went?

Timber Valley
Katie Marazita
Jennifer Dowland
Tom K.
Ashley Newton
peepSHOW
Sean Stevens
Rain Chan-Kalin
Adam
Erik Schmitt
Clare Hart-Slattery
Scott Watkins
ATLAS Lab
Derek Ouyang
Gabri Folino
Marie
Maria Judice
Maria Judice
Nov 9, 2014

Great meeting all the folks at the street engagement day. Next time I'll have my selfie booth in tow.

Posted by Maria Judice on Nov 9, 2014
paulatdnews
paulatdnews
Nov 13, 2014

Hi Emily--I wanted to see if we could get permission to run this image:

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on Discovery News (discoverynews.com) for a blog tomorrow. Would that be ok?

Thanks!

Paul Heltzel
paul_heltzelatdiscoverydotcom

Posted by paulatdnews on Nov 13, 2014
Kingsley Wallis
Kingsley Wallis
Apr 12, 2015

I thought it was awesome, great idea, and wish it was there all year long

Kingsley

Posted by Kingsley Wallis on Apr 12, 2015
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