2023 Change Residency Projects
Since our beginning, The LP has centered the voices, cultures, imaginations, knowledge, and leadership of people of color (POC).
We do this to push against complex systemic injustices in pursuit of a world in which all people—across race, ethnicity, class, age, gender, sexuality, religion, nationality, disability status, and migration status—are free to be their whole selves.
The Laundromat Project’s Fulton Street Window Commission, now in its second year, invites a Bed-Stuy visual artist to design artwork for a one-year vinyl installation on the main window of our community hub space. This year, we selected Jazmine Hayes’ work to be displayed at our storefront’s window, and we are excited to share her work with our neighbors and community members! Read on to learn more about Jazmine and her work, “Through Our Hands We Are Guided”, which you can see in-person at The Laundromat Project’s storefront at 1476 Fulton Street in Brooklyn through 2023.
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Since 2005, we have invested in more than 200+ multiracial, multigenerational, and multidisciplinary artists; 89 innovative public art projects; and a creative community hub in Bed-Stuy, while engaging over 48,000 New Yorkers across the city and beyond.
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