Triovest Applies its New Mission at Centre on Barton
This summer, the Centre on Barton will launch ‘Right on Target’, a project that involves transforming the former 50,000 square foot Target building into a temporary pop-up hub. The initiative will include a study that will feature five pop-up events hosted in coordination with local organizations, entrepreneurs, institutions, community groups and volunteers. The results of the study will provide a better understanding of the needs of its patrons and possible temporary uses for this empty big-box store.
Each pop-up event will focus on a different use, giving the community an opportunity to actively engage with the space, provide feedback, and propose ideas. The first gathering will happen on June 15th with two visioning sessions.
The pop-up events will also include an evening of musical synthesizers and projection mapping, ‘a community playdate’ packed with activities for all ages, an indoor cycling day with workshops for seniors and toddlers, and a unique night market.
The variety of events will provide Triovest with the opportunity to observe the way people use the space, provide ideas on how we can enhance the experience at the Centre on Barton, and provide an understanding of how to better service the local community.
Visit the ‘Right on Target’ Facebook page for live project updates.