Ground Score’s Sewing Program teaches people basic hand and machine sewing plus product design to encourage a supportive and resourced repair and redesign culture within the community. Utilizing the emerging circular economy at Ground Score, we hope to eventually develop this into a fully functioning eco-production studio where all products are created from material headed to the landfill.
We provide accessible, slow-paced sewing education that meets participants where they are. We know that anyone—regardless of their socioeconomic or social situation—can benefit from this kind of work if given the right environment.
The Reuse team provides low-barrier carpentry jobs to Ground Score workers that create a safe space to learn, build, and re-enter the workforce on one's own terms. Ground Score’s Carpentry Program trains workers to build sellable products from reclaimed wood, and repair and redistribute reclaimed furniture.