SEED Lab is both a series of projects and conversations out in the community and a building – we call it the House. It is located at 6th Avenue and A Street in downtown Anchorage within the Design District, across from the Anchorage Museum. SEED Lab is host to special programs. It also houses SEED Lab research fellows, the A/V Club and flexible spaces that can adapt to a variety of uses and programs. The SEED Lab House embodies the ideas around repair, reuse, and restore.
SEED Lab does not host regular business hours. It is a program space and is open to the public by invitation or with special programs.
SEED Lab regularly hosts repair workshops around mending, biking, writing, and other skill-shares around ideas of extending the life of the things we consume and the things that can aid our futures. For information about repair workshops and other SEED Lab events in the House, follow us on Instagram and check out the Facebook page of the Anchorage Museum.
Some SEED Lab programs are also held in the SEED Lab Annex, in the Art of the North galleries of the Anchorage Museum.
For more information about SEED Lab, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.