Author Archives: Akiva Steinmetz-Silber

Meet Wabu, our Graphic Design Intern

Video spotlights featuring our 2015 Create Change artist projects

Claro and Rasu in Creative Conversation

Create Change artists Kristy and Sasha discuss their creative practices

Listen to artists Ola Ronke and Elvira in Creative Conversation on women as creative beings, the power of story, and living your creative purpose

In partnership with Workforce Housing Group, Kelly Street Garden, and Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association, The Laundromat Project has transformed a 2 bedroom-apartment on Kelly Street in Longwood, South Bronx into a thriving creative community hub, with artist studios, arts programming, and community partnerships that allow us to engage the larger Kelly Street community.   […]

Meet Hatuey, our new Director of Programs and Community Engagement

Join our brain trust of brilliant and passionate supporters

Meet Kelston Bascom, 2015 Public Art Potluck chef

Chet Kincaid reflects on his time interning at The LP

Uraline Hager reports from the Movement for Black Lives convening in Cleveland, OH

Meet Awa Dembele, 2015 Program Intern

Ebony Reports from the #MovementforBlackLives Convening in Cleveland, OH

Aya reports from a field trip to the People’s Climate Arts

Akiva reports from Housing the Majority conference at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation

Catherine reports from a site visit and potluck with commissioned artist Elvira Clayton

Celebrate our Create Change artists! We bring the food. You bring the ideas.

Meet Sallishah Ali, Program Intern

Free ten-week workshop series for parents and caregivers

Meet Shani Peters, 2015 SOAPBOX Alumni Honoree