The Laundromat Project really opened my eyes to how much work and dedication is required to create art that involves one’s community.
I applied for a residency with The Laundromat Project because a major part of my work involves social engagement.
We had just started recording stories for our project Housing is a Human Right, a creative storytelling project about the dignity of a place to call home
I was drawn to The Laundromat Project and what they represent as an organization.
I remember The Laundromat Project founder, Risë Wilson telling me an idea of starting an art residency in a Laundromat...
We support The LP because we believe in the inherent creativity of our neighbors, and we value the role of artists in building just, healthy, equitable communities.