Join us for an evening of community celebration at our 2022 Create Change Fellowship Presentations. This season, 10 Fellows designed community engaged public art activations in connection with The LP’s storefront space in Bed-Stuy. Working in groups, Fellows implemented The LP’s approach to community-based art making, asset mapping, and cultural organizing by developing projects in Bed-Stuy, considering what it means to enter a community and engage neighbors via a central corridor like Fulton Street, a playground, and a public square.
Experience the artist presentations on Wednesday, June 15 at 6:30pm via Zoom. During this virtual gathering, three artist groups will reflect on the development of their project designs and takeaways from their Fellowship experience: “Flags of Bed-Stuy” featuring Brianna Harlan, Duneska Suannette Michel, Madjeen Isaac, and Mon M.; “Sidewalk Dreams” featuring Jessica Cortez, Kyra Assibey Bonsu, Shari Jones, and Walis Johnson; and “Spread Out!” featuring Jing Dong and Natalia Guzmán Solano.
This program will be hosted by Natasha L. Logan, Deputy Director of Creative Time.
This is a free, virtual program.
About the Fellowship Program
The Create Change Fellowship program is for artists and cultural producers who are interested in developing and deepening a collaborative, community-based, and socially-engaged creative practice. The Fellowship is philosophically grounded in peer-learning around art making, power analysis, and community building.
The Laundromat Project is committed to hosting accessible and inclusive events. Real-Time Captioning (CART) will be available for this program.