By Molly Jarone
Atrium 916, a creative environmental nonprofit launched a zero-waste, solar-powered mobile art cafe on Friday in Old Sacramento offering visitors “art, not food.” The cafe plans to provide “inclusive art activities” to communities across the Sacramento region. Artgoers can also order locally brewed KC Kombucha for a unique paint-and-sip experience. The cafe is built out of a 1950s horse trailer and is powered by solar panels. It was designed by Sacramento artist Mike Jones, and funded in part by a grant from SMUD, the Sacramento Metropolitan Utility District, as a part of its zero-carbon plan.
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