MLAB MISSION STATEMENT


The Mobile Literacy Arts Bus (MLAB) is an artist-run, renovated recreational vehicle that exists as a flexible space open to community members’ proposals for alternative educational and cultural programming.

MLAB is the collaborative effort of the 2007-2008 Social Sculpture class at Syracuse University, comprised of 10 art and architecture students and lead by artist and Director of Community Initiatives in the Visual Arts of Syracuse University, Marion Wilson. Our mission was to transform a used, 1984 Recreational Vehicle Bus into a Mobile Literacy and Arts Bus for use by the Syracuse City School District and the greater Syracuse Community. MLAB serves as a physical manifestation of Syracuse University’s Scholarship in Action initiative, by pairing University resources with community needs in an attempt to address the staggering drop out rates in the Syracuse City School District High Schools. Through the School of Education at Syracuse University, incredible curricula that bridge photography, poetry and literacy currently exist within the public schools-- however due to a crisis of space, the schools don't always have the space or resources to house it. MLAB is this space. The bus serves as a mobile classroom, digital photo lab, gallery space, and community center. As a team, we did it all: demolition, design, and construction.

MLAB is made possible from the generous support of the School of Education at Syracuse University and Entitiative.


Sunday, March 16, 2008

post card invitation







here is a basic look for the postcard invitation.



please let me know what do you think and what can i make it better!!



thanks.






YunPei

3 comments:

Sincerely, Jessica said...

yunpei,
I LOVE IT. it's fun and gorgeous.

check out this music vid, I think your card and this video might be related:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTwOyEPh3Uw

Zach said...

Looks great! Music vid is nice too - maybe add a couple of latex-clad french maids to the postcard as well??

cazhog said...

If we can't have french maids on the postcard can we have them at the opening? Mine don't need to be latex clad.