Last fall, David Wagner wrote a column for The Charlotte Observer describing a recent entry into a design competition:
Recently, I submitted an Ideas project to the London International Creative Competition. The concept was titled “A Giving Ground,” simply stated, it is a public garden of words. It was short-listed as one of the notable entries in the competition that drew thousands of entries worldwide.
The idea is based on an age-old belief that discourse, and the human capacity to use language and words as a positive force, is both universal and unassailable. Positive discourse overcomes the alienating power of indifference and embraces diversity and inclusion.
Read the column here.