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September 2020

People Powered Crowdfunding Workshop

September 21, 2020 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Free and open to all! Register for this virtual workshop here. Join us for The Laundromat Project's annual crowdfunding workshop where you'll learn the tips and tricks to running successful fundraisers, which is now more important than ever! The workshop will be led by artist and People Mover, Salvador Muñoz, and Associate Leader Success Strategist at ioby, Kelsey Odom. This workshop is open to all as we believe that fundraising is an essential skill, but was also designed to help The…

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August 2020

TBD Salon III: A Virtual Studio Visit to Support Artists

August 30, 2020 @ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

We are proud to announce a partnership with TBD Salon to present TBD Salon III on August 30 at 7:30PM EDT via zoom! TBD Salon is a series of community-funded virtual studio visits that support artists and arts organizers who have been impacted by COVID-19.  This month's program will support artists/educators through a salon led by Camilo Godoy in conversation with LP Create Change alumni Lindsay Catherine Harris and Emilio Martinez Poppe.  >>> Click here to attend and support this…

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100 Years | 100 Women Virtual Watch Party

August 18, 2020 @ 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

What happens when you ask 100 artists, scholars, and creative thinkers—in the midst of a pandemic and widespread outrage over systemic racism—to interrogate the complex legacy of the 19th Amendment which, in 1920, granted some women the right to vote? Join us and find out at the 100 Years | 100 Women Virtual Watch Party on Tuesday, August 18 at 2:00pm EDT! >>> This event is free with registration. Register here! We're thrilled to share additional details about Part II…

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July 2020

Social Distan-Sing! (7:00pm EDT)

July 10, 2020 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Virtual Karaoke Party with Art Workers against Systemic Racism, hosted by Creative Action Fund awardee Jevijoe Vitug. In the time of COVID-19 social distancing, art workers gather together virtually to belt out their karaoke songs about revolution and change to take a stand against systemic racism. The event will also amplify the zoom chat box for resource sharing on ways to support Black Lives Matter movement and BIPOC communities. This project is supported by The Laundromat Project’s Creative Action Fund.…

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June 2020

A Language for Intimacy: Online Exhibition

June 29, 2020 - August 30, 2020

Co-curated by Creative Action Fund awardee Terence Trouillot, and presented by Abrons Arts Center and Boston Center for the Arts, “A Language for Intimacy” is an online exhibition that will feature new and existing works in performance, sound, photography, sculpture, video, and drawing, from a group of nine artists, alongside written responses from nine fellow art writers. The works and corresponding texts consider expressions of intimacy through language, the body, collaboration and community, and material and space. This exhibition explores…

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Lineage Launchpad: Juneteenth Online Archival Conversation (1:00pm EDT)

June 19, 2020 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Join Creative Action Fund awardee Ann Bennett and collaborators this Juneteenth for ⁠an interactive online conversation about the ‘Black Image’ as explored through digital archives and collections that are accessible to the public, even while many institutions are closed due to the global pandemic. During a one-hour discussion, participants will discuss strategies for how to research, preserve and share images of the African American / Black Diaspora experiences. > > > This event is free with registration. Click here to…

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February 2020

Park Avenue Armory Symposium: Culture in a Changing America

February 15, 2020 @ 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Join us February 15 for "Culture in a Changing America." This special symposium launches 100 Years | 100 Women, an initiative of Park Avenue Armory, lead partner National Black Theatre, The Laundromat Project, and eight other New York City cultural institutions, that invites us all to explore the complex legacy of the 19th Amendment. See below for a schedule of where to catch The LP that day!⁠ >>Purchase tickets here Session 1, 3:00pm LP Executive Director Kemi Ilesanmi will speak on a panel exploring public art and citizenship with Tomie Arai…

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December 2019

Embodied Scores: the poetics of data excavation in the crip body

December 4, 2019 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

>>> This event is free and open to the public! RSVP here. Join us December 4 for a program organized in partnership with Eyebeam and Denniston Hill! Artists Pelenakeke Brown (Create Change alum 2018) and Yo-Yo Lin will share their practices in excavating, gathering, and investigating the archive of their living bodies. From looking at medical histories to daily experience, Pelenakeke and Yo-Yo examine the nuances of their lived and living experience through process-driven, embodied tactics: mixing data-tracking with drawing/journaling, and medical…

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November 2019

Jevijoe Vitug: Tunnel Mobile Karaoke

November 19, 2019 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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One event on November 26, 2019 at 6:00 PM

Public Activation Tunnel Mobile Karaoke (TMK) is a project created by artist Jevijoe Vitug, 2019 Create Change Artist-in-Residence. The project honors and celebrates the unseen and unnoticed labor of immigrants of color in the United States through a series of karaoke-style music events. As part of a collaboration with home residency, Jevijoe will host karaoke jam sessions with Harlem residents and passersby, on neighborhood blocks and in community spaces, and encourage participants to sing songs in their mother tongues. Begun in East Harlem, TMK is…

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October 2019

People-Powered Dance Party at Basquiat’s Bottle

October 25, 2019 @ 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Basquiat’s Bottle, 1198 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY United States

  Join us for a dance party to kick off our annual People-Powered Challenge! The People-Powered Challenge is The Laundromat Project's yearly peer-to-peer campaign where we fundraise through the collective power of our friends, family, neighbors, and social networks to support people-powered art and strengthen our communities by getting supporters, new and old, to invest with us in our work. This year's challenge will run October 26–November 4. Help us kick things off by making moves with us and inviting…

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