So what is "commonspace" and how does it differ to "common space?"

Updated: Jul 20

commonspace is a place to belong, welcome to all, community driven, and collectively generative (D.I.Y). commonspace is where our togetherness uplifts and resonates into the wider wellbeing of life. Common space is the proximity where we can gather without having any obligation to give something to private owners and corporate entities. Any-whom, we can refine what we decide to post in this blog but it's great to have an open ended discussion about what is happening and what contemplations the participants have learnt.


What can online members do?

Members can follow each other, write and reply to comments and receive blog notifications. Each member gets their own personal profile page that they can customise. Heck, you can even write your own articles if you like - what are you learning?


How does commonspace work?

It's a physical space at 113 Taranaki Street, Te Whanganui-a-tara. You can go there between 10am & 10pm from Wednesday - Sunday for as long as you like. The first time you go, you will get a commonspace passport, which you can use however you like. There are small things you can stick inside of your passport, and stamps throughout other commonspaces in the city so you can explore and fill your passport depending on where you want to go. There will be a schedule of activities available (physically as a small slip & online) too, so you can choose some interesting times to be in the space. They are all free events, so you can drop in to anyone you like. It's a 'first-in' availability, so be sure to get in early so all the space isn't too filled.


Some things to read about common space...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_area



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