On Saturday, February 22nd, in collaboration with La Casa Azul Bookstore, we held a workshop and panel on artists, neighborhoods, and affordable housing. It was an insightful and informative event, and we wanted to continue the conversation. We asked panelists…
Meet beluvid ola-jendai, 2014 Artist-in-Residence, Harlem.
Meet Chloë Bass, 2014 Artist-in-Residence, Bed-Stuy.
A celebration of the geographic and social diversity of the city through music, dance and video.
Learn and share strategies for working in community as artists.
Your bio, in six words or less: Helping stories rise.
Our executive director, Kemi Ilesanmi participates in a panel discussion about the role of "play" in imagining the cities of the future.
Come and march in the parade! Saturday will be a great day of fun for the entire family. Prizes will be awarded for best costumes and floats!
Join us for this special screening of American Promise at the IFC Center.
A one-day event focused on the impact of arts and gentrification in collaboration with La Casa Azul Bookstore.
Meet Derrick Adams, SOAPBOX 2014 Featured Print Artist.
Meet artist Wangechi Mutu, SOAPBOX 2014 honorary co-chair.
Sustaining Neighborhoods Reading List
Aisha and Divad submitted their conversation in the form of a video.
Bridget and Art talk about telling stories.
Audrey and Chris held their creative conversation in the form of a recording and collage.
Is there a time traveling Harriet Tubman who can lead us to a future space where we are neither ornamental or utilitarian?
Lisa and Sydnie ask each other a few questions about feminism, dance, take-aways, audience experience, titles and legacy.