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At the Laundromat Project, Artists Are Ambassadors of Joy and Activism
Read The New York Times article about how The LP has been supporting community-based artistic ventures in its new home in Brooklyn.
A moment of reflection & celebration
Kemi Ilesanmi will step down as Executive Director at the end of the year, following 17 years of service to The LP. She will be succeeded by our current Deputy Director, Ayesha Williams.
The Laundromat Project is an arts organization that advances artists and neighbors as change agents in their own communities. We make art and culture in community while fostering leadership among our neighbors through our celebrated Create Change artist development programs, and our creative community-building initiatives across New York City. The idea of a laundromat as a primary place for engagement has expanded over time. It now serves as a metaphor for a variety of settings in which artists and neighbors transform their lives and surroundings. This includes community gardens, public plazas, local cultural organizations, and more.