Read our 2015/2016 Annual Report!   Download the PDF or use the viewer below. MORE
On July 29, 2017, Ayana Evans brought her performance piece, “Operation Catsuit” to the Kelly Street Garden.   Evans’ performance delivered fantasy into the space and invited participants to live an unusual experience while doing their everyday activities. Wearing boas, tiaras, and masks, participants gardened, danced, and had refreshing drinks served by the artist herself.   Evans’ performance questions ... MORE
On Friday, July 14, our Executive Director Kemi Ilesanmi moderated “What Will Be Different: A Conversation on Social Justice Arts Organizations in a Changing America,” presented by The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation at The 8th Floor.This discussion was part of a series of events curated by Brian Tate as part of “We Are the People ... MORE
Every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon, since March, The Laundromat Project has been offering free art workshops in front of Laundry Pro laundromat at 938 E 163rd St in Hunts Point/Longwood. These workshops are spaces of experimentation and inspiration, where people can dedicate time to work with their hands, and connect with other dimensions of their ... MORE
Top photo: CreateNYC staff at Field Day 2016 Bed-Stuy.   Melissa Liu, our Development & Communications Coordinator, writes about New York City Department of Cultural Affairs’ (DCLA) CreateNYC:   Over the past few months, The Laundromat Project’s staff, artists, and community members have engaged with CreateNYC, DCLA’s process to develop a city-wide cultural plan that will be approved by ... MORE
The Laundromat Project held a public discussion around reimagining community safety and our 2017 Create Change theme of “Sanctuary”… MORE
Chet Kincaid Reports from Field Day 2015 MORE
Chet Kincaid Reports from Field Day 2015 MORE
Chet Kincaid Reports from Field Day 2015 MORE
Chet Kincaid reflects on his time interning at The LP MORE
Uraline Hager reports from the Movement for Black Lives convening in Cleveland, OH MORE
Ebony Reports from the #MovementforBlackLives Convening in Cleveland, OH MORE
Aya reports from a field trip to the People’s Climate Arts MORE
Akiva reports from Housing the Majority conference at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation MORE
Catherine reports from a site visit and potluck with commissioned artist Elvira Clayton MORE
Artist Assistant, Taylor Brock, takes us through the Kelly Street Garden in the South Bronx MORE
Bianca reports from My Baryo, My Borough Art Workshops in Queens, NY. MORE
Sallishah’s commute may take a little longer, but it makes all the difference MORE
Maat recounts some of her experiences with nonprofits growing up in Brooklyn in the second part of her series. MORE
The LP’s interns visit Elizabeth Hamby MORE
Check out the photos from our 2015 SOAPBOX Benefit MORE
The Laundromat Project paid a visit to Shani Peter’s LMCC studio where she discussed many things including The Crown project. MORE
Maat recounts some of her experiences with nonprofits growing up in Brooklyn MORE
Report from the Change Makers in the Arts Panel at Gracie Mansion MORE
Akiva reports from the launch of the Bronx Visual Artists Directory (BX200) MORE
More recommended readings from The LP community MORE
Remarks by Petrushka Bazin Larsen at 2015 APAP Showcase MORE
Recommended readings from The LP community MORE
Print Change student Angelo Rodriguez reflects on his printmaking experience MORE
Print Change student Dorysaura Nunez reflects on her printmaking experience MORE
Kevin Chen reflects on his experience interning with The LP MORE
Serena Adlerstein blogs about the MAS Summit for NYC and community resilience MORE
A roundup of LP artists’ currently exhibiting work across NYC and beyond MORE
2014 Fellow Sarah Rowe blogs about historical preservation in Harlem. MORE
Photo essay on Hunts Point by 2014 Fellow Sasha Phyars-Burgess MORE
Fellow Katherine Toukhy draws connections between Ferguson, Gaza, and the struggle for environmental justice in NYC both locally and globally. MORE
Artist Assistant Tyler Thomas reports from Bedford-Stuyvesant, where she’s been supporting Resident Chloë Bass’ project, the Department of Local Affairs MORE
Sadé Ayorinde, educator, reports from the Urban Design Lab at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts where she has been working with Bed-Stuy Resident Chloë Bass. MORE
Claro (2012 Fellow) on Speech, Chant, Manifesto (part 2). MORE
Claro (2012 Fellow) on Speech, Chant, Manifesto, an interactive theater event he organized at Interference Archive to highlight the legacy of the Asian American Movement. MORE
Create Change Fellow Ro Garrido reflects on the role of memory and emotion in their creative practice MORE
Kemi reflects on how to reconcile the expectations of different stakeholders MORE
Chloë Bass on being a good neighbor and the pitfalls of “creative placemaking” MORE
2014 Annual Report MORE
Rajeeyah, Arts Education Consultant, reports from the Power of Art Conference MORE
Sustaining Neighborhoods Reading List MORE
What does “gentrification” mean to different people? MORE