ID Shop: Round Robin

Sue Jeong Ka

Two Bridges/Chinatown, Manhattan




Chinatown Commission artist Sue Jeong Ka’s “Round Robin” first started as a series of hands-on zine making workshops for teens living in Alfred E. Smith Houses, and culminated in “Round Robin Newspaper”—Two Bridge’s/Chinatown’s first-ever trilingual creative newspaper featuring local artists/residents/scholars/workers/youth from the project’s partner organization Hamilton-Madison House. This newspaper served as a platform to distribute immigrant and diasporic experiences, facts, and history of the neighborhood. The first issue was published this Fall with the theme “Across the Street,” reflecting the long standing cross-racial, public housing, and immigration issues that the neighborhood’s African American, Chinese, and Latino communities have faced.


ID Shop: Round Robin




Sue Jeong Ka (2016 Create Change Fellow) is an interdisciplinary artist who has participated in residencies at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, the Drawing Center’s Open Sessions, the Art & Law Program at Fordham Law School, More Art & SOMA Summer. Her work has been shown at the Queens Museum, La Mama, Alumnos 47, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, and many others. One of her most recent projects: ID Shop had been awarded grants by the Awesome Foundation, More Art, and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts in 2016.



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