[Noisebridge-discuss] Potential collaboration with rps collective

Romy Snowyla romy at snowyla.com
Sun Nov 3 14:55:26 UTC 2013


Hey in the blog below sudoroom visited rps collective, an arts focused space that helped launch Oakland first Fridays. 

They are doing a retail show in December and would consider goods from noisebridge or sudoroom if ex volunteers to rps like me helped bring this forward 

Rps has a huge ground floor retail space :: they get foot traffic during first Friday! It would be cool to sell kits 

They also have exchanged gorgeous wooden sign paintings for Linux computers. They're also facing internet issues and would love any it help as they cannot access their website within their wifi network 

Id love to see rps collective folks hang out at noisebridge and sudoroom . They would add life and spice to the mix, they're mostly women and heavy on the arts and fashion ... But have had tech as well 

https://sudoroom.org/sudoroom-connects-with-rock-paper-scissors-down-the-street/

SudoRoom Connects with Rock Paper Scissors Down the Street


SudoRoom Librarian Troy visits SudoRoom

Troy, the SudoRoom librarian, visits our neighbors The Rock Paper Scissors Collective down the street.  The RPS Collective was one of the worker’s collectives that helped start the Oakland Art Murmur. Here he checks out the zine library and is already coming up with ideas for different community projects.

A recent SudoRoom collaboration involved SudoRoom donating Linux computers to RPS Collective in exchange for a beautiful sign painting. It’s pretty cool seeing the different volunteer-run collectives creating and helping each other out!


RPS Collective interns draw temporary tattoos on people for the Oakland Art Murmur


Terrarium Project at RPS Collective – so many happy people



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