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Off the Walls

On a blue chalkboard wall, "The Lark" is written in large, pink and yellow block letters, in chalk, accompanied by a chalk doodle of a bird.

To encourage creative energy from all corners of The Lark, we draw on the walls! (Well, the dry erase boards built into the walls, but it still counts). Throughout the summer, we  asked artists and other community members in the space to break out the chalk and the markers for some dry-erase expression. We posted up a couple of prompts, but also encouraged folks to share freely. And turns out, people have some pretty cool ideas. Check out the photos below, and add your own musings and doodles during your next visit!


 

blue marker on dry erase board reads "What's on your mind?"
Playwrights respond to the prompt "What's On Your Mind?"
blue marker on dry erase board reads "I want home!! I dislike the concept of work"
"I want home!! I dislike the concept of work :( "
blue marker on dry erase board reads "Everything"
"Everything"
orange marker on dry erase board reads "My love for Nissy". The text is inside of a heart someone has drawn, also in orange, and arrows with the text "Seconded" and "thirded" point to the heart.
Shout out to Nissy Aya, playwright and Artistic Coordinator here at The Lark!
blue marker on dry erase board reads "Six Degrees of Separation Musical"
Anyone want to take this on?
blue and orange marker on dry erase board reads "I Want Pizza!!" "Mexican playwrights miss the Lark" and "Rainbows!"
Dollar pizza is available right next door to The Lark.
black marker on dry erase board reads "MCC Fresh Play Festival! #freshplayfam"
"MCC Fresh Play Festival! #freshplayfam"
blue marker on dry erase board reads "the magic of LIVE THEATER". a blue heart is drawn next to it.
Awwwww
an intricate drawing of an eye done in yellow and pink chalk on a blue chalkboard background.
Keeping our eyes peeled for new scribbles!

Anybody else think we should buy some more markers that aren't blue?

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