Mapping the public histories of every building in the East Village
Keep Me Nearby, an exhibition as a new space for dialogue and a people’s history of the LES.
“Contested City: Art & Public History as Mediation at New York’s Seward Park Urban Renewal Area” bridges art, design, activism, and urban history.
A flexible strategic plan for a POC-centered organization that advances artists and neighbors as change agents in their communities.
A critical pedagogy & participatory media project to facilitate dialogue on civic engagement and community-based practices.
Using the digital humanities to create a collaborative, humane and online space to tell of the Triangle Fire’s importance today
Embodied ways of understanding a contested urban past, present, and future on the Lower East Side
The Open Museum shows real and replica objects from the Open Archive in locations across the city that critically connect to issues of immigrant, women’s and labor rights.
An imagined geography woven from the answers of residents of Jamaica, Queens to “Where would you take me on a guided tour?”
A retrospective exhibition & website exploring histories, models and ideologies to learn from in today’s housing crisis
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