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The idea is to give the people of the community a chance to learn a skill that could secure them income, create a brand using local resources that can be hence sustained by the community members and marketed, thus the freedom to chart their own lives

The idea is to give the people of the community a chance to learn a skill that could secure them income, create a brand using local resources that can be hence sustained by the community members and marketed, thus the freedom to chart their own lives

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In India we have competitions in areas where the residents are given colored powder and asked to make creative designs out of them on the streets. This could be incorporated in the economically down areas to make things brighter. FUN and VIBRANT!

In India we have competitions in areas where the residents are given colored powder and asked to make creative designs out of them on the streets. This could be incorporated in the economically down areas to make things brighter. FUN and VIBRANT!

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Divya commented on COLOR UP!!!

this competition was started initially in mylapore to create some color in the city and because "kolam" was something very common in every household. this contest soon grew into a yearly festival which is unbelievable...from arts to events to businesses to entertainment:

http://www.mylaporefestival.com/

this could be a great way to bring back the deep hidden spirit of the place that has been forgotten

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Divya commented on [ Opencity ]

Brilliant!!!! Branching off your concept I tried to get a commercial aspect into it through the following concept : http://www.openideo.com/open/vibrant-cities/concepting/reality-show-project-innovate/

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Divya commented on COLOR UP!!!

Well that's something to consider. The art work is just left like that for however long it lasts and then eventually it fades out...