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The Laundromat Project

Non-member

The Laundromat Project offers up to 5 artists projects a six-month residency program for artists interested in developing and mounting a socially-engaged, socially-relevant, and participatory public art project in their local laundromat and/or other community public spaces. The residency is open to artists of color living in or deeply invested in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Harlem, and Hunts Point / Longwood. As our flagship program, the Residency runs from April to October and requires a significant time commitment. Residents should expect to spend as much time building relationships with their neighbors and local community organizations to realize their project as well as producing their projects, which will be sited at their local laundromat and/or community space.

Location

Brooklyn, New York: United States

Contact Information

127 West 127th Street, Suite 324
New York, New York 10027
United States