Youth Prototype Excalibur
Youth Prototype Concept: Excalibur
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Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

In collaboration with:
Youth Art Exchange

Youth Art Exchange

 

Prototype Sponsor
Dolby


Location

CENTRAL MARKET

Central Market

Our prototype name is Excalibur. We want this prototype to make Market Street people feel like they are closer to nature and, most important, for the community to have fun.

The scene is a forest/jungle where there will be a rock with the sword which people have to pull together to get out, figuring out how to work together and having the community socialize. Which leads to be in a community and also having fun. And when they pull out the sword, there will be a reward. Even people who are not meant to be the King of Market Street can be worth enough to sit down in our rock garden seating area and enjoy the party/show.

Goals: Make people like they are in the forest, so they will have fun, make people work together, for everyone to meet each other and be friends.”

– High School Youth Participants in the 2016 MSPF Design and Architecture Internship.


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