Another Art World Is Possible: Workshop May 11th

Another Art World Is Possible

Arts & Labor’s Alternative Economies Workshop
Another Art World Is Possible
NURTUREart
56 Bogart St
Brooklyn NY 11206

May 11, 2013   3-6pm

The economic and social realities of the art world as it exists can often be a source of frustration for artists, but what might an alternative model look like? In this workshop we’ll discuss the things we like and things we don’t like about the current art world. Then we’ll learn about various alternative models and discuss amongst ourselves how they can be applied to or replace the current system.

Facebook invite: NutureArt/Arts & Labor Workshop: Another Art World Is Possible
http://www.artsandlabor.org/alternative-economies

Today: Building the Culture of the Commons in Queens

Building the Culture of the Commons in Queens
Saturday March 24th

location 1: 12-2pm
location 2: 2-4pm

LOCATION 1:
The 37th Road Commons
37th Road Plaza • Jackson Heights  (google map)
Btw. 73rd & 74th Sts. 1 blk. north of Roosevelt Ave.
(Roosevelt Ave./74th St.: E, F, M, R, &7 trains)

Noon to 1 PM – Party and Play Time
Bring the family for games, free play, live music and potluck lunch at “The 37th Road Commons”*

1 – 2 PM – Meet – Talk – Think
We will create a space in which everyone has equal voice on the issues that matter to most.
Discussions on:

* Housing and Foreclosure in Queens coordinated by OQ Housing Working Group
* Democracy for All and Residents Voting coordinated by the OQ Voting Rights Working Group
* Immigrants and Workers Rights coordinated by Yadira Sanchez with Worker’s Justice Project/ Proyecto de Justicia Laboral

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LOCATION 2:
The Immigrant Movement International
108-59 Roosevelt Avenue (google map)
(Subway: Train 7 Flushing Local or Express, exit at the 111th)

2 – 4 PM – Social Assembly
People from Occupy Queens along with the Commons Coalition and Organization from Jackson Heights, Woodside and Corona are getting together to share their ideas and knowledge on how the different ways in which a politics of the commons can be developed. In particular, we are interested in understanding how groups and communities working on housing, health care, education, food, human and workers rights, energy, immigration, information technology, and communication and knowledge resources can develop a vision of these resources as commons: a third form of social organization to the state and corporate capitalism.

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Commons Coalition website:
http://makingworlds.wikispaces.com

Arts & Labor Alt Econ page:
http://artsandlabor.org/alternative-economies/

Arts & The Commons, an Arts & Culture thematic group page:
http://artsandculture.nycga.net/network/thematic/art-commons/

Art & The Commons (Friday 8pm Workshop)

Art & The Commons: Workshop 1

Art & The Commons
Friday Feb 17th, 8pm

a workshop as part of…
Making Worlds:
An OWS Forum on the Commons

Feb 16-18th, 2012
Church of the Ascension, 122 Java St, Bkln (G train to Greenpnt Ave.)

THURSDAY  Feb.16th, 5-10pm – SPEAKERS
Intro to the Commons by Silvia Federici, G. Caffentzis, J. Quilligan, C. Rude, A. Godberg

FRIDAY  Feb.17th, 5-10pm – WORKSHOPS
Global Commons, Environment & Sustainability, Arts, Culture, & Education (8pm)*

SATURDAY  Feb.18th, 10-9pm – WORKSHOPS & CLOSING ASSEMBLY
Race, Gender, Language, Enthicity, Economics of the Commons, Money and Banking,
Nurturing the Commons, and Closing Assembly

*** FOOD SERVED & CHILDREN WELCOME***

COMPLETE INFO:
http://makingworlds.wikispaces.com

Also visit thematic page:
Art & The Commons