Horizons 2017

 Students Kevon Bonds and Makayla Wallace discuss their chosen site with Adriana Keramida-Strahl during the class' first visit to the pocket park. 

Students Kevon Bonds and Makayla Wallace discuss their chosen site with Adriana Keramida-Strahl during the class' first visit to the pocket park. 

 Davion Catlett uses guides to line up the stakes for the seat portion of the Noodle Tree Fort. 

Davion Catlett uses guides to line up the stakes for the seat portion of the Noodle Tree Fort. 

 James Lewis, Kaleb Mitchell, Adriana Keramida-Strahl, Makayla Wallace, and Kevon Bonds celebrate the completion of their project, Tunnel Vision. 

James Lewis, Kaleb Mitchell, Adriana Keramida-Strahl, Makayla Wallace, and Kevon Bonds celebrate the completion of their project, Tunnel Vision. 

 James and Kevon assemble the hoop house structure for Tunnel Vision. 

James and Kevon assemble the hoop house structure for Tunnel Vision. 

 Kiarra Wallace uses flagging tape to create colorful walls between trees in the park. 

Kiarra Wallace uses flagging tape to create colorful walls between trees in the park. 

Horizon's 2017 7th Grade class gathered for the unveiling of The Frank + Jane Park Project. 

 

Listen to opening remarks from Shanna Martin (Horizons), Colin Connor (Mapleton-Fall Creek Neighborhood Association), and Adriana Keramida-Strahl (The Keramida Foundation). 

 

Read the article in the Indy Star: Young architects make a splash at north-side pocket park