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Oct 10 – Oct 14 all-day
We all need a home. Young professionals, families with kids, empty nesters, seniors, workers, people with disabilities, people struggling to make ends meet – all of us need somewhere to live.
That’s the central theme of Housing>, MAPC’s contribution to Hubweek’s Container Village. Members of MAPC’s Arts & Culture, Digital Services, and Housing teams are transforming a shipping container into an interactive exhibit on the region’s housing crisis. The best part? You can visit for free! The installation is part of “The Hub,” which you can enter with a free general admission pass. Come hear locals’ stories, talk to us about your experiences with housing, and check out other installations from Wednesday, Oct. 10 to Sunday, Oct. 14!