You can contribute to making the art box a success!
HERE ARE A HANDFUL OF SMALL PROJECTS - LET US KNOW WHAT YOU CAN HELP OUT WITH!
Paul doesn't drive due to his low vision, so he's always looking for someone with a largish vehicle to help him transport stuff from the local Home Depot or Menards - just let him know when you might be available and he'll contact you to set something up!
SMALL BUILDING JOBS
We need a rolling tech table, with a closable padlocked lid.
We need to paint and reinforce our audience risers.
We need to rebuild several step units for 2', 3', and 4’ risers.
We need to reinforce our home-made chair carts.
We need to rebuild a cart to hold our railings and step units.
Paint Floors, touch up walls, touch--up spackle. Paint Garage Door. Paint switch plates green.
Replace a few sections of flooring
Repair a 4' tear in one curtain
Patch a few holes
Create curtain sleeves for 2 steel columns
Wipe down lighting grid
Cobwebs in the rafters
Wipe down ducts.
Wipe dust off of scoop lights
Clean lenses on lights
New all-gender signs
Weed-whack boulevards, around bldg, alleyway
Pull down vines on North wall
Paint sign post
BOX OFFICE PODIUM
Add a foot so it’s not wobbly
Fix bottom drawer
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we need 100sqft of non-slip tile for our bathrooms! Any color, misc colors will do!
We have a couple of light switches that need to be split, and could use another half dozen circuit boxes on our ceiling. Know an electrician who loves the arts? Send 'em our way!
1 or 2 small benches
(4'-8' long would do!)
for people to use to change shoes in the Studio
Small metal floor plates for the 2 entryways.
12' high black velour curtains of any width
Space is minimal in the Art Box, to maximize room for performances and audiences. IN a garden shed outside we could store our seating and keep the Lobby free for patrons. Ideally the shed could hold something that is 8' long.