Among the thoughts of Occuprint designers, Julie Gueraseva writes, a few stand out: “This poster must be of tremendous urgency and relevance; it must agitate and disturb; it must stop you dead in your tracks; it must enlighten and inspire you to act. This poster must be so compelling that distributing it becomes essential. This poster requires courage.”
Creative Time will realize its most ambitious project yet this fall, with its third annual summit and the opening of Living As Form, a show by 25 curatorial advisers surveying more than 350 socially engaged projects.
Fuse Magazine turns 35 this year, and to celebrate, its new edition reviews several decades of the most stirring authorship contributed to Canada’s foremost critical periodical on art, culture, and politics.
(Susie Husted is a Boston-based social justice activist. Her relationship with the Foundry dates back to 2005 when the Foundry invited her and other Boston Social Forum organizers to speak at a social forum teach-in for NYC artists.) New York City’s Foundry Theatre sets a rigorous standard for artist and activist collaboration. In 2010, they [...]
We are pleased to announce that Shannon Linde & Edward Birnbaum are the winners of the FEAST Project Grant, and Zack Pearl & April Wong are the winners of the XPACE FEAST Student Grant. Shannon Linde & Edward Birnbaum proposed the Toronto Sauna Project, which they describe as: a public installation that takes over an [...]