We can’t wait to make art, build community, and create change with you.
10am–6pm (Wednesday by Appointment)
Nurturing Community! Our storefront is currently open on a limited, appointment-only schedule. To keep everyone safe, proof of full vaccination is required, and masks must be worn while in the space. To inquire about a visit, email [email protected]. For updates about future programming, follow us @laundromat_proj and be sure to sign up for our newsletter!
The storefront is currently open by appointment only. Please reach out to us at [email protected] to inquire about a visit.
- Kingston-Throop C (non-accessible): 1/2 block, approximately 2 flights of stairs to exit the station
- Nostrand Ave A/C (non-accessible): 2.5 blocks, approximately 2 flights of stairs to exit the station
- Franklin Avenue C/S (accessible): 0.7 miles
- Utica Avenue A/C (accessible): 0.6 miles
- B25 Bus: 1/2 blocks, stops on both corners
- There is a small ramp to enter the storefront that is approximately 4-inches tall.
- The door to the storefront is approximately 32-inches wide and opens outwards.
- We have one gender-neutral bathroom, which is wheelchair accessible and includes a changing table.
- We will provide ASL translators at all events unless noted otherwise
- We will provide closed captions for all videos unless noted otherwise
Acknowledging Land and History
As we join the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Central Brooklyn, The Laundromat Project respectfully acknowledges that we are on the occupied and unceded lands of the Canarsie, who are part of the Munsee Lenape. We recognize them as the original stewards of this land and pay respects to their elders past, present, and future.
Statement of Intention and Accountability
The Laundromat Project leads from a place of love, intentionality, and accountability. As we make a new permanent home in Bed-Stuy, we aim to honor and advance its long and rich history as a Black diasporic neighborhood. As a proudly Black-rooted organization, we embrace the weight of this legacy.
We acknowledge the long-time gentrification and displacement happening within Bed-Stuy and the persistent injustices faced around police accountability, food and health access, and education inequities, to name a few. The LP has adopted a critical stance of deep listening to better build trust and feedback loops with our communities, prioritizing impact over intent. We understand that our vision is stronger and our destination is closer when we move with community front and center.
As an arts organization, we believe that art, creativity, and culture play an essential role in bringing people together to share stories and change perspectives while also nurturing spaces for joy, liberation, and celebration.
- Centering, amplifying, and supporting the Black, especially, and POC communities of Bed Stuy, from residents and families to small businesses and organizations
- Practicing community care by engaging Bed-Stuy folks where they already are and creating a welcoming space for the community
- Foregrounding Bed-Stuy arts and culture that will help fight systemic injustices and build new visions of joy — in collaboration with those who were doing this work long before us
As we make our home in Bed Stuy, we want to hear from you. You are the experts of your own community, and we are honored and humbled to listen to you. What do you love the most about your community? How can an arts organization like ours be good neighbors to you? What do you want for Bed-Stuy? Feel free to respond via this survey.
We strongly believe that abundance is already within our communities. We know that we are many, we are more than enough, and that our communities encompass everything we need to work towards an equitable future. This is where we begin to shape our future together.