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Join us for an afternoon of reflection and creative community celebration at our 2021 Create Change Fellow Artist Presentations.This year’s six month remote Fellowship program was shaped around strategies for understanding power mapping, shifting narratives through art, and building trust and accountability alongside community. The Create Change program encourages the deepening of community engagement methods across each of the twelve artist’s creative practices. During this virtual public gathering, the Fellows will share short presentations on the development of their project designs and ideas, and takeaways from their Fellowship experience. This program will be hosted by Lauren Argentina Zelaya, Director of Public Programs at the Brooklyn Museum.
Access note: The Laundromat Project is committed to hosting accessible and inclusive events. Real-Time Captioning (CART) will be available for Remapping Power: 2021 Create Change Fellowship Artist Presentations
Header image description: Black and white event flyer lists the names of the 2021 Fellows and includes a photo from Abuela Neighborhood Maintenance, a project created by Fellow Angela Miskis. Image depicts a group of people wearing masks and holding up a banner for Abuela Neighborhood Maintenance. Photo courtesy of Angela Miskis.