The See Our Light project recruited residents to share stories and used digital fabrication technology to transform those stories into an art exhibit. The exhibit will eventually move to the neighborhood’s Fab House, a digital makerspace to come.
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Transforming a vacant warehouse in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood, CentroVilla25 will feature 20 micro-retailers, a commercial kitchen, a specialty grocery store, and an outdoor plaza. The project’s leaders and supporters hope it will improve access to fresh food and build wealth in the neighborhood, all while representing and celebrating Latino culture.