I am Judith Bessette, President of Lowell Celebrates Kerouac, aka LCK. I am also active in the visual arts community in Lowell, curating art exhibits over the years. I am in contact with an Italian artist named Elia Inderle who has created a “scroll” reflecting Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” scroll, currently owned by James [Read more…]
The Lowell Sustainability Council team along with DIY will collaborate with others to achieve the maximum possible solar production on the new LHS building(s). In the process we will educate the public about the need for clean energy and raise awareness about the climate crisis to the greatest extent possible.
In addition to making our energy procurement less expensive over time, solar on the Lowell High School would demonstrate our commitment to clean energy in a visible and impactful way where students would see first hand how solar can be harvested and the community could see the visual impact of [Read more…]
Kratom is a southeast Asian tropical evergreen tree. It is not an opiate but binds to opioid receptors in the brain to cause a myriad of health benefits but most importantly to stop withdrawal symptoms. Kratom is a popular and safe alternative to methadone, a pharmaceutical drug that is used to help with withdrawal symptoms [Read more…]
Making a hip hop group only with selfless musicians to help promote Kratom can promote a better attitude for the youth and community. Promoting positivity and kratom with my talented friends and our powerful music may show that being egotistical is nothing compared to the development of art and love [Read more…]
Working with Lowell National Historical Park and other partners, place 300 bricks or stones painted by 300 community members every few feet along the side of the Canalway walking path behind the Leo Roy garage as a temporary, pop-up art installation. Diverse folks and artists would be invited to paint at various events or pop-up [Read more…]
This Canalwalk is underutilized, and the bricks might pique interest for residents to take the path and discover the beauty of the “Industrial Canyon.” They may come downtown just to see the special path and stop in shops at either end of it. It might inspire a permanent artistic intervention [Read more…]
At Boarding House Park hold a community gathering with roundtables and representatives from different organizations so people can learn more about important causes/issues in Lowell. Some examples: trash awareness, homelessness. Activities like games and making care packages for the homeless, veterans, active duty military, or just families who need it. We can do a treasure [Read more…]