Our newest program revitalizes underutilized spaces in a way to promote art, education, and community. We used art to transform this space under the LIRR on 63rd Drive. Go to our Underpass Art program link to learn how.
The Garden and Mural Program aims to enhance capital investments in the community while teaching collaboration, leadership, and service learning in Queens, NYC.
The Rego Park Green Alliance has partnered with schools, churches, nonprofits, and city agencies to bring transformative experiences to communities. We focus on Queens, NY, the most diverse borough in the world.
Alert: On May 3rd 2014, the first 3D competition in the 3-8th grade space will be held in Rego Park at P.S. 175. Our pilot competition will include only 10 teams. To learn more email or call us.
The Rego Park Green Alliance Is Hiring
The Rego Park Green Alliance, is looking for a part-time program manager to help lead three key programs: our Underpass Art program, Creative Technology program, and Garden and Mural program. The ideal candidate will be results-oriented, detailed, have excellent time management skills, and have a can do attitude. Responsibilities will include organizing group paint days and gardening events, managing 3D printing, robotics, and analog photography classes, and helping install exhibitions for our Don’t Box Us In program. All training will be provided. This is a great position for someone interested in community activism, technology, or photography. Our office is located in Long Island City on 22nd street in Queens and is accessible to many trains in Queens. Please send all resumes to email@example.com.
Our Creative Technology Program uses 3D printing/robotics to create a world of opportunities to grow and learn across academic subjects by using STEM as a means to a creative outcome
Five years ago we started teaching classes at NYC public schools, non profit organizations, and the Queens Library. Recently, RPGA rented a studio so we can now offer classes in our own space to the community.
Imagine designing your own toy and then using a 3D printer to have it printed in recyclable ABS plastic. Or, imagine you need new curtain rings and instead of them being shipped from another country, you print them yourself. Our 3D design and printing classes promote creativity, STEM education, and the 3 R's of sustainability. They can also be used to excite students about history, anthropology, and many other subjects.
"I Designed it, built it, and now I'm playing with it! "-3D Design & Print Students
The Rego Park Green Alliance was formed because a bunch of people wanted to make a difference in their community. They started by planting daffodils and trees, painting murals, and installing gardens. Now we hold classes to empower our community and have a Mural and Garden program that has been featured Nationally and empowered over 3,000 people.
We are united in our belief that by volunteering our time we can make a difference.
To be put on our volunteer list, suggest a new project, or get on a committee please email yvonne(at)regoparkgreenalliance.org or call 347 201 2186.