ONE BUCKET AT A TIME
 
 

Empowering girls and young women for a brighter future. 

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Weaving together thousands of common 5-gallon painters’ buckets into two giant waves, One Bucket at a Time was first designed as a pavilion for Mextrópoli City Architecture Festival in March 2017. Originally inspired by the prevalent use of buckets to hijack public space in Mexico City, the strong local origins of the bucket have been reinterpreted by the design team in a new project for the Winnipeg Design Festival and Nuit Blanche/Culture Days.

HOW TO TAKE PART:

One Bucket at a Time is doubling its impact with an innovative community initiative: visitors are invited to “fill the wave” of buckets through individual donations of $20. Arriving in Canada empty, each bucket used to construct the project will leave for Mexico filled with Canadian generosity, with all proceeds to be given to Ayuda y Solidaridad con las Niñas de la Calle, a Mexican orphanage for at- risk girls and young women located in Mexico City.

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DONORS

Yvonne Reimer . Sandra + Pablo Batista . Laura Batista . Zephyra Vun . Carolyn Haddock . Josh Drury .Mandy Aldcorn . Ken Borton . Scatliff Miller Murray . Jerry Weselake . George Cibinel . David Pancoe . Jon Tupper . Sharon Wohl . Sarah Stasiuk . Glenn Jones . Alexander Boersma . April Kennedy . Kathleen Polischuk . Philippe Genereux . Julian Lineham . Sharon Taevs . Jeffrey Kachkan . Rosaline Kachkan . Tatjana Radulovic . Kim Kwiatkowski . Jonathan Beddoes . Donovan Toews . Heather Cram . Pablo + Dora Batista . Johanna Hurme . Leanne Douglas . David + Lori Sain . Lindsey Koepke

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

Ayuda y Solidaridad.

All proceeds from One Bucket at a Time will go to Ayuda y Solidaridad con las Niñas de la Calle, a Mexican orphanage for at-risk girls and young women located in Mexico City. 

 
 
 
 
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Supporting community through design initiatives that make a difference.

 
 
 
 
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Project History

Initially designed as a pavilion for people explore and enjoy as part of Mexico City’s Mextrópoli City Architecture Festival in March 2017, One Bucket at a Time was inspired by the prevalent use of buckets to hijack public space in Mexico City. 

See photos from the Festival here

 
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The Installation

See how the wave is constructed - watch the design come together as One Bucket at a Time gets built.

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Project Map

One Bucket at a Time will be located at The Fork's Esplanade Riel Landing until October 1, 2017

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