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Calles Para Cali

Cali is said to be the cultural capital of Colombia that accentuates each moment of ‘everyday life and celebration’ by communities co-existing. Cali is an event city, which comes alive through its streets. We envision these events as our seeds of change. With water flowing from the highlands of Siloe to the foothills of river Cauca, the growth of the event defines the growth of the streets parallel. The Cali Fair, paves way for the Cycling event, both of which happen on the Calle Sinco. The Flower Festival and Street Art Festival spread the events even further into the other highways and arterial streets. With the harvest festival focusing on the agricultural area, and residential streets, it becomes the seed of change to transform smaller streets. Our events expand the street infrastructure by capturing water into the city fabric and expanding culture to the streets. Our events based program hopes to prevent future displacement by directing water flow and slowly dissipating it into the Cauca river.