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C E L E B R AT I N G

YEARS OF C R E AT I N G C H A N G E

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PROGRAM

PROGRAM

F R I DAY, J U N E 3 , 2 0 1 6 , 7 : 3 0 P M

WELCOME Stephanie Dinkins Vi ce - Ch a i r, Bo a r d o f Di r e c to r s

Kemi Ilesanmi Executive Director

P R E S E N TAT I O N O F S OA P B OX AWA R D Nari Ward

Lily Auchincloss Foundation

Honoree

Honoree

Betty Yu

Nina Chanel Abney

Honoree

Featured Print Ar tis t

ART EXPERIENCES Aisha Bell

Bayeté Ross Smith

Aisha Cousins

Tattfoo Tan

M U S I C & DA N C I N G

DESIGN

SHYBOI (Discwoman, KUNQ)

Adrienne Gaither

VIDEO

PHOTOBOOTH

All Good NYC

PHHHOTO

TWITTER: @laundromatproj INSTAGRAM: @laundromat_proj

#SOAPBOX2016 #CreateChange #TheLP10

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WELCOME DEAR FRIENDS, Welcome to SOAPBOX, a fundraiser to benefit The Laundromat Project’s work of amplifying creativity, building community connections, igniting positive community change, and investing in artists and neighbors city-wide, particularly in Bed-Stuy, Harlem and Hunts Point/Longwood. This year, we are especially thrilled to be celebrating the 10th anniversary of our flagship Create Change program. Over the past decade we have nourished 125 artists who look like New York City—across race, ethnicity, age, gender, neighborhoods, and artistic disciplines. Since 2006, they have created 40 far-ranging, socially-engaged projects in 28 laundromats and other community spaces. Even more importantly, our alumni are actively helping to shape this city by joining their community boards, facilitating civic engagement through participatory budgeting, and working with their neighbors to address tough issues such as gentrification, immigrant labor rights, climate change, and so much more. They continuously bring their creativity, vision, and sweat equity to the collective table for positive change. In turn, we are thrilled to celebrate several visionaries who deeply inspire our work: honorees Nari Ward and LP alumni Betty Yu as well as our featured print artist Nina Chanel Abney. From #BlackLivesMatter to defending immigrant communities, Nari, Betty and Nina employ their art and boundless creativity to trouble the waters that would have us accept the status quo. Our final honoree is the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, which provided the very first catalytic seed funding for Create Change! Building on this solid foundation of success with your support, we are excited for the next decade of innovative creativity within communities. Tonight, we launch a year-long 10th anniversary campaign to raise the critical support that will allow us to even more deeply partner with artists and communities building transformative collective change. We look forward to strengthening Create Change, deepening our roots on Kelly Street in the South Bronx, building arts education programs grounded in community stories, and other initiatives we will dream up together. We are ever thriving to cultivate, nourish, and seed the NYC landscape with incredible creative community leaders. Finally, in deep partnership with our artists, neighbors, partners, and supporters, everything about The LP is ultimately propelled by love—a radical and essential tool of power and protest. [This is a] Love of our communities, the principles of justice, and a joy powerful enough to help create the world we dream of together. We look forward to a second decade of work grounded deeply, genuinely, radically in love… for self, for neighbor, for community. Onward,

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Ju l i e S i m o n

Ke m i I l e s a n m i

Board Chair

Executive Director

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THANKYOU YOU THANK H ONO R ARY CHAIRS Philippe Vergne & Sylvia Chivaratanond Gonzalo Casals Kimberly Drew EVENT CHAIRS Dr. Erika Faust Russell Ladson Jasmine Martin Dexter Wimberly HOST COMMITTEE Daniel Baez † Naomi Beckwith * & Andreas Waldburg- Wolfegg † Stephanie Dinkins * Katie Dixon Dr. Erika Faust * Richard Flood † Ian S. Fuller † Agnes Gund Kathy Halbreich Sophie Henderson * Alex & Paul Herzan Kirk Hudson Sandra Jackson- Dumont Ruth & Martin Kest Steven Kest † Confidence & Michael Lackwood Nancy L. Lane Glenn Ligon

Ray A. Llanos Larry Ossei-Mensah † Christopher Montgomery † Kristen & Kevin Rabsatt Katy Rogers † Arlene Lidsky Salomon & Chester B. Salomon Antwaun Sargent Julie Simon * Dawn (McGee) Strickland † & Marcus Strickland Karen Stults † Eugenie Tsai Lola C. West Risë Wilson Dexter Wimberly *

* Board Member † Catalyst Circle

MAJOR SPONSORS Lambent Foundation Lily Auchincloss Foundation

SPONSORS GCJ Management The IM-Group, LLC Joan Mitchell Foundation Lagunitas Brewing Company Lehmann Maupin No. 7 Restaurant WABC-TV Westfuller Advisors Wine & Spirits Magazine

Thank you to all the incredible interns and volunteers that help make our work possible.

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HONOREES The Laundromat Project is thrilled to honor Nari Ward for his outstanding work as a visionary, socially-engaged contemporary artist. Nari’s work celebrates the vitality and creativity already present in urban landscapes, using often overlooked, everyday material objects that provoke us to consider their meaning in new ways, contemplating important social issues we may have previously overlooked.

“In the past my practice of retrieving found objects from my neighborhood was easygoing and laid back; that “thing” will be there for at least a few days. Now if I see something I need to pick it up right away or it will be discarded because the sanitation services around the neighborhood are much improved.” Na r i Wa r d

NARI WARD’s dramatic sculptural installations are composed of systematically collected material from his urban neighborhood. By revealing the numerous emotions inherent within found everyday objects, Ward’s works examine issues surrounding race, poverty, and consumer culture. Nari Ward’s work has been widely exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at the Perez Art Museum, Miami (2015); Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia (2011); Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams (2011); Institute of Visual Arts, Milwaukee (1997); Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston (2002); and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2001, 2000). The artist has taken part in important group exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennale (2006); Prospect 1 New Orleans (2008); and Documenta XI, Kassel (2003). Nari lives and works in Harlem, NY.

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The Laundromat Project is proud to honor alumni artist Betty Yu, nominated by her LP peers for outstanding work as a contemporary socially-engaged artist and activist. Betty exemplifies our mission of amplifying creative power in our communities, by using artmaking across media as a platform for storytelling and advocacy, mobilizing audiences to take action and bring about social and political change. Her work celebrates the resilience of working class communities of color, underscoring our collective power to shape our own narratives and combat systemic injustices.

“Making space for people...[through] just one hands-on, imaginative thing can open up a conversation about anything. That lesson inspired my LP residency work, my teaching practice everywhere, and influences the way I imagine executing and sharing my own ideas and work.” B e t t y Yu

BETTY YU is a NYC based multi-media artist, filmmaker, cultural worker, media educator, and longtime community organizer. For over 4 years, Betty managed the national Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), a project of the Center for Media Justice. Her documentary “Resilience” about her garment worker mother fighting against sweatshop conditions, screened at film festivals including the Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival. Betty’s interactive multi-media installation, “The Garment Worker” was part of an art exhibit in Chinatown in 2013, and featured at Tribeca Film Institute’s Interactive 2014. She was a 2012 Public Artist in Residence at The Laundromat Project, collecting oral histories and teaching media making to Chinese immigrants in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Betty is currently on the Board of Directors of Deep Dish TV and Third World Newsreel, two progressive media arts centers that distributes and exhibits social issue films. Betty is a 2016 A Blade of Grass Fellow for Socially Engaged Art.

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The Laundromat Project is proud to honor the Lily Auchincloss Foundation for its commitments to sustaining a rich, vibrant cultural community in New York City. As the very first institutional funder for our flagship Create Change artist development program, it gives us great pleasure to honor the foundation’s long-term support for our mission of amplifying creativity in our neighborhoods, making our city a more just and art-ful place.This award will be accepted by Alexandra Herzan on behalf of the Lily Auchincloss Foundation.

“The Lily Auchincloss Foundation supports organizations within the five boroughs of NYC that serve to enrich the lives of New Yorkers. For the past ten years, The Laundromat Project has exemplified the kind of programming that the foundation is so proud to support. The LP’s programs Alexandra Herzan

work with artists and community members to bring people together and make New Yorkers more aware of the power of art to catalyze change in our world.”

LILY AUCHINCLOSS FOUNDATION has been providing grants to help promote the quality of life in New York City, since 1997. The foundation supports organizations working in the arts, human services, preservation, and education. The Lily Auchincloss Foundation was the first institutional supporter of The Laundromat Project’s Create Change program. The award will be accepted by Alexandra Herzan, President of the Lily Auchincloss Foundation.

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by our mission

by 10 years of Creating Change

by our neighbors and communities

What do you envision for the next 10 years of The Laundromat Project?

Share your thoughts!

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FEATURED PRINT ARTIST We are excited to feature Nina Chanel Abney as our 2016 SOAPBOX print artist. Her work exemplifies a fresh artistic approach to race, politics, and pop culture that feels particularly relevant against the backdrop of #BlackLivesMatter. Using rich colors and vivid gestures, Abney uses aesthetic play to seduce her audience into reflection on the complexities of race and culture, structural violence, the media, and questions of representation.

“The print I created for The LP actually represents my first time working in the medium. It’s a way of working that I’ve always been interested in but hadn’t really had a chance to explore more deeply. I’ve been looking at Matisse’s cutouts a lot, and thinking about my technical and formal painting process. Concurrently, I’ve been committed to including my voice in the #BlackLivesMatter conversation. I’m sensitive to what N i n a C h a n e l A b n ey, Photo by George Evan Andreadis

my role as an artist is, should be, and can be within the conversation. My art becomes my

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based on real people into imaginative worlds to create large genre paintings that deal with controversial issues regarding race and gender. She is interested in revealing racism that is hidden in the everyday, and blurs the lines of race and sexuality that are in everyone. Nina is represented by Kravets Wehby Gallery in New York and has been included in The Incomplete Paris exhibition curated by Hubert Neumann, the Rubell Family Collection’s 30 American’s, The Glamour Project at Lehmann Maupin Gallery, and the next generation of exciting artists by Paper Magazine. In February 2017, the Nasher Museum of Art will mount Abney’s first solo museum exhibition. The exhibition, Royal Flush, will feature a 10-year survey of the artist’s provocative paintings, watercolors and collages. 10

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Nina Chanel Abney Untitled, 2016 Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle German Etching paper 25 x 19 inches Edition of 25 $1,500

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ABOUT THE LP WHO WE ARE The Laundromat Project brings art, artists, and arts programming into laundromats and other everyday spaces, thus amplifying the creativity that already exists within communities to build community networks, solve problems, and enhance our sense of ownership in the places where we live, work, and grow.

WHAT WE SEE We envision a world in which artists are understood as valuable assets in every community and our neighbors know the power of their own creative capacity.

WHERE WE ARE We work citywide, however, we are most deeply anchored in Bed-Stuy, Harlem, and Hunts Point / Longwood as vibrant neighborhoods for ongoing creative engagement with our neighbors.

WHAT WE DO ARTIST DEVELOPMENT Our flagship program, Create Change, supports 20 socially-engaged artists working across disciplines each year: Residency — provides support for emerging artists of color to develop socially-engaged public art projects at their local laundromat in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Harlem, and Hunts Point / Longwood. Fellowship — provides comprehensive professional development training for artists interested in developing or deepening their community-based art practice. Commissions — offers Fellowship alumni an opportunity to produce a public art project in a community space anywhere within the five boroughs of NYC.

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C O M M U N I T Y A R T S E D U C AT I O N Our arts learning programs meet people where they are– at schools, laundromats, libraries, neighborhood festivals, and other community spaces: YOUTH — Includes intensive out-of-school and summer art workshops for youth, such as Neighborhood Print Lab and Youth POWER Lab, which engage youth in exploring their own creative expression, community activism, and leadership potential. COMMUNITY— neighborhood-inspired events like our annual Greening the City Festival that feature free, fun, and informative art activities inviting participants to meet their neighbors.

PUBLIC AND CITYWIDE EVENTS Field Day — a three-day festival of our anchor neighborhoods, showcasing the full range of our programs while highlighting collaborations with local artists, organizations, and businesses. Public Talks — feature artists and experts coming together to address topics such as housing affordability, parenting, community health, and other quality of life concerns.

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CREATE CHANGE ARTISTS

2006 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Miriam Neptune, “The Birthright Crisis” (Crown Heights) Rudy Shepherd, “Drawing Cart” (Harlem) Shinique Smith, “So, Fresh & So, Clean” (Clinton Hill)

2007 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Stephanie Dinkins, “Book Bench” (Bedford-Stuyvesant) Sarah Kolker, “Mosaic Bench” (Harlem)

2009 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Tracee Worley, “The Dirty Laundry Line” (Bedford-Stuyvesant) Michael Premo, “Housing is a Human Right” (Fort Greene) Carlos A. Martinez, “Photo Booth Without Windows” (Jackson Heights)

2010 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Hanalei Ramos & Jiny Ung, “Cycles” (Jersey City & Woodside) Tattfoo Tan, “Sustainable. Organic. Stewardship.” (Staten Island) Bayeté Ross Smith, “Got the Power: Boomboxes” (Harlem / Washington Heights)

2 011 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Hector Canonge, “The Inwood Laundromat Language Institute” (Inwood) LaTasha N. Diggs, “My Very Own Porch on Ipanema Corner” (Harlem) Jabari Owens-Bailey, “Dispersing Planes II” (Bedford-Stuyvesant) Karina Skvirsky, “Ask Me: Tell Me” (Jersey City) Micki Watanabe Spiller, “A Woodside Walk: Bubbles and Books” (Woodside)

COMMISSIONED ARTISTS Michael Premo & Rachel Falcone, “Office of Human Rights” (Philadelphia)

FELLOWS Piero Passacantando, Gisela Insuaste, Bianca Mona, Uraline Septembre Hager, Jessie Henson, Sonia Louise Davis, Elvira Clayton, Aliya Bonar

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2012 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Hollis King, “Images of Dignity” (Harlem) Suran Song, “Yoga Body Prints and Principles” (Jackson Heights) Hatuey Ramos-Fermin & Elizabeth Hamby, “Mind the Gap / La Brecha” (Mott Haven) Sinema White, “Giving Hope Away” (Philadelphia) Betty Yu, “The Garment Worker” (Sunset Park) Haifa Bint-Kadi, “Take Me to the River” (Yonkers)

COMMISSIONED ARTIST Aisha Bell, “SUSU” (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

FELLOWS Moira Williams, Pancho Westendarp, Julia Taylor, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Mary Jeys, Xenia Diente, Tomie Arai

2013 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Aisha Cousins, “Mapping Soulville” (Bedford-Stuyvesant) Art Jones, “Portrait of the Community as a Block” (Hunts Point / Longwood) Shani Peters, “The People’s Laundromat Theater” (Harlem)

FELLOWS Lisa Sikorski, Joyce LeeAnn Joseph, Sukjong Hong, Audrey Hailes, Kameelah Rasheed, Noelle Ghoussaini, Sydnie Mosley, Christopher Lopez, Claro de los Reyes, Didier Sylvain, Ladi’Sasha Jones, Bridget Bartolini, Nancy Agabian, Divad Durant, Raúl Ayala

2014 ARTISTS -IN-RESIDENCE Chloë Bass, “The Department of Local Affairs” (Bedford-Stuyvesant) Dennis RedMoon Darkeem, “Good Trade” (Hunts Point / Longwood) beluvid ola-jendai, “Harlem On My Mind, Too” (Harlem)

COMMISSIONED ARTISTS Bridget Bartolini, “Neighborhood Portrait Series” (Citywide) Sukjong Hong, “Beauty In Her Own Words” (Woodside)

FELLOWS Rich Johnson, Sara Abdullah, Sasha Phyars-Burgess, Katherine Toukhy, Taja Lindley, leon james, Denae Hannah, Priscilla Stadler, Nehemoyia Young, Sarah Rowe, Suzanne Broughel, Ro Garrido, Nadia Mohamed, Seyi Adebanjo, Alison Kibbe The Laundromat Project

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2015 A R T I S T- I N - R E S I D E N C E Rasu Jilani, “Griots in ‘The Stuy’: A Neighborhood as a Living Archive” (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

COMMISSIONED ARTISTS Raul Ayala & Fernanda Espinosa, “Whose Streets?” (Bushwick) Elvira Clayton, “Dioko” (Harlem) Claro de los Reyes, “My Baryo, My Borough: Oral Histories of Filipino America in Queens” (Queens) Alison Kibbe & Sasha Phyars-Burgess, “StoryBlock” (Hunts Point / Longwood)

FELLOWS Olaronke Akinmowo, Hossannah Asuncion, Stanley Cadet, Maura Cuffie, Dhanashree Gadiyar, Ashley Grier, Dominique Hernandez, Sarah Lidgus, Jason Maas, Kristy McCarthy, Nicole Tammelleo, Adaku Utah, David Xu Borgonjon

2016 A R T I S T- I N - R E S I D E N C E Salome Asega & Ayodamola Okunseinde, “The Iyapo Repository; Interactive Technology” (Bedford-Stuyvesant) Havanna Fisher Newby, “Harlem Motion” (Harlem) Misra Walker, “Coquito & Climate Cart” (Hunts Point / Longwood)

COMMISSIONED ARTISTS Ro Garrido, “A Living Room on Roosevelt” (Jackson Heights) Katherine Toukhy, “Khayamiya Monument” (Bay Ridge)

FELLOWS Rahviance Beme, Adalky Capellan, Walter Cruz, Vanessa Cuervo, Dalaeja Foreman, Ivan Gaete, Lindsay Harris, Sue Jeong Ka, Shamilia McBean, Lyra Monteiro, Salvador Muñoz, Autumn Robinson, Cynthia Tobar, Terence Trouillot, Claudia Zamora

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TEAM BOARD

INTERNS

Naomi Beckwith Dr. LeConté Dill Stephanie Dinkins Dr. Erika Faust Sophie Henderson Julie Simon, Chair Dexter Wimberly

Wabu Blacknall Bella Olivo

S TA F F Alicia Grullón Dev. & Comm. Associate

Kemi Ilesanmi Executive Director

Straaten Andreas Waldburg- Wolfegg Lisa Yancey Sara Zuiderveen

ARTIST FACULTY Raul Ayala Fay Bonas Aisha Cousins Alejandra Delfín Sajata Epps Dhanashree Gadiyar Alice Mizrachi Jasmine Murrell Shani Peters David Shrobe

Yvette Ramírez Program Associate

Hautey Ramos-Fermín Director of Programs &Community Engagement

Akiva Steinmetz-Silber Dev. & Comm. Associate

Ayesha Williams Director of Strategic Partnerships

KEY C O N S U LTA N T S Ashley Browne Bookkeeping

Ebony Golden Cultural Organizing

Jessica Svenson Grant Writing

Chet Kincaid Social Media Fellow

COMMUNITY PA R T N E R S Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association Kelly Street Garden The Laundry Room Marmy Laundromat Workforce Housing Group

C ATA LY S T C I R C L E Gonzalo Casals Dudley Del Balso Sherry Dobbin Ryan Dennis Richard Flood Ian Fuller Catherine Gund Kathy Halbreich Sophie Henderson Daria Ilunga & Mark Reed Colleen Keegan Steve Kest Thomas Lax Ruby Lerner Maureen Mahon & Brian Tate Annette Mitchell Scott Dawn McGee Vanessa Perez Rosario Kavita Rajanna Katy Rogers Karen Stults Emma Taati Saundra Thomas & Susan Siegel Abigail & Derek van

The Laundromat Project is a proud member of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts New York.

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SUPPORTERS INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORTERS The Laundromat Project has been made possible through the generosity of Agnes Gund, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Brooklyn Community Foundation, David Rockefeller Fund, Dedalus Foundation, EILEEN FISHER, Jerome Foundation, Joan Mitchell Foundation, Lambent Foundation, Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Materials for the Arts, Muriel Pollia Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, The New York Community Trust, The New York State Council on the Arts, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Surdna Foundation, Tecovas Foundation, The Theo Westenberger Estate, and individual supporters like you.

GET INVOLVED

SUPPORT Invest in our work to weave art into everyday spaces.

PA R T I C I PAT E Attend a workshop or volunteer with our artists and staff.

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WHY THE LP MATTERS

“I feel much more empowered now as an artist. It even shifted how and what I’m trying to depict in the current new painting I’m working on.” - Create Change Artist

“We love working with The Laundromat Project. The programs we’ve done in partnership together have brought to our students really, really relevant programming that they feel is connected to their lives and values them as young men and women.” – Community Partner

“The impact Create Change has had on my life is priceless. Thanks for all that you do, LP.” - Create Change Artist

“This experience has changed me. I have grown as an artist, as a cultural organizer, and as a person.” - Create Change Artist “We have arts org that want to do “outreach” or social justice orgs that want to involve the arts; very rarely do you have both ends authentic. This is what makes The LP extremely refreshing.” - Funder

“[The printmaking class] gave me a new perspective on art and how it can be created. We used these art techniques to send a message about policing in our neighborhoods…. By showing these images we are challenging… different realities.” - Student

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“Such wonderful creative people gather around the LP. It’s an inspiring community and very clear about connecting creativity to goals of justice, inclusion, and mutual support.” – Community Partner

“Overall, my experience in the Print Change class has opened my mind in a more creative way….It made me realize how huge art can be to a person and to a community.” – Student

“I met amazing people and showed them my amazing community!” – Volunteer

“The Create Change Residency has rekindled the fire in my belly in regards to being an artist committed to community engagement and social change.” – Create Change Artist

“There’s no question that we could not have accomplished all we did with the block party this year without your ongoing support, generosity, and creative forces of positive change.” - Partner

“In a sea of arts organizations, The LP has really shown their commitment to neighborhoods, to artists of color, and to building community dialogue and empowerment.” – Create Change Artist

“The Laundromat Project artists have a lot to teach us about being good neighbors and good community members.” – Supporter

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LEHMANN MAUPIN CONGRATULATES

NARI WARD 2016 SOAPBOX HONOREE

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Congratulations to The Laundromat Project on their 10th anniversary SOAPBOX benefit

-Glenn Ligon Studio

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STUDENT ARTWORK

A r t w o r k by P r i n t C h a n g e S t u d e n t s f r o m B r o o k l y n C ommuni t y A r t s & M edi a H igh S chool

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A r t w o r k by P r i n t C h a n g e S t u d e n t s f r o m B r o o k l y n C ommuni t y A r t s & M edi a H igh S chool

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STUDENT ARTWORK

A r t w o r k by P r i n t C h a n g e S t u d e n t s f r o m B r o o k l y n C ommuni t y A r t s & M edi a H igh S chool

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A r t w o r k by P r i n t C h a n g e S t u d e n t s f r o m B r o o k l y n C ommuni t y A r t s & M edi a H igh S chool

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THE LP PRINTS Our special edition prints were created by some of New York’s most awesome contemporary artists. All sales support The LP’s general operations and allow us to continue turning everyday spaces into joyful spaces of creativity and community! w w w. l a u n d r o m a t p r o j e c t . o r g / s h o p

Ke nya ( R o b i n s o n ) Master Plan 3, 2012 Ser igr aph pr int 11 × 14 inches E di t ion o f 2 5 C our t e s y o f t he A r t i s t $250

Der r ick Adams S ha de, 2 0 1 4 Digi t a l C-pr int 18 x 24 inches E di t ion o f 2 0 C our t e s y o f t he A r t i s t $ 1 , 5 0 0 a nd up

J ay s o n Ke e l i n g N e w G r a f f i t i O l d R evo l u t i o n s , 2 0 1 0 Digi t a l C-pr int 11 × 14 inches E di t ion o f 2 0 C our t e s y o f t he A r t i s t $250

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