Root Ball Park
as part of the 2nd Annual Coshocton Crow Homecoming November 9, 1-3pm in the PARK space 300 block Main Street, Coshocton Ohio The PARK space, summer home of the World’s 1st Root Ball Park, is the designated venue for the 2nd Annual Coshocton Crow Homecoming, November 9, 1-3pm. It seems appropriate to take the opportunity to double up and let the party serve as a “last hurrah” for the root ball trees before they leave their cushy bean bag couches and become part of the planted urban forest. After November 9th the Pomerene Center for the Arts will turn the 19 Root Ball trees over to the Coshocton is Blooming…
What an exhilarating weekend with VAMOS.
The Root Ball Park is a concept proposed by Brooklyn based VAMOS Architects for Governors Island. It didn’t happen there. We hope we can make it happen here in Coshocton. We love the idea and what it’s about–the city, its people, and its trees. People tell us they like the temporary nature of the work the Pomerene Center is doing in the PARK space. The Root Ball Park is another simple “act of public architecture.” If it happens, the Root Balls (we’re thinking 20-25 trees) will move from place to place throughout the summer, opening opportunities for public discovery and dialogue. The dialogue is timely considering that Coshocton is Blooming…