Gabrielle spent the first half of 2022 directing Buscada while also working inside one of our very favorite organizations! It was a real delight for her to act as Interim
Watch Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani and Chloe Bass in this wide-ranging conversation about everyday life, and what we lose when we can’t talk with each other at
We’re thrilled to announce that “Radical is a Process: Public History Pedagogy in Urban Universities” is out now—the chapter Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani had the pleasure of writing with Rebecca Amato, Dipti
Buscada co-founder Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani’s book Contested City was honored by the Municipal Art Society’s Brendan Gill Prize—for a work that that best captures the spirit and energy
“Sustaining the arts through networks & peer learning” is the culmination of our strategic realignment work with FABnyc around how learning spaces and peer networks help sustain arts practitioners through challenging times.
On Friday April 16th, Gabrielle joined the Laundromat Project for Radical Mapping: Where is Home on the Map? How have our experiences of our homes and local surroundings