Modaka Communications


24 March 2019

booklyn lil radicals 2019

BOOKLYN. I am obsessed with BOOKLYN. They are a non-profit out of Brooklyn (you could have guessed that). They support artists and organizations committed to environmental and social justice. They work towards this by documenting, exhibiting, promoting, and distributing their work within educational institutions worldwide. And they envision a world in which art and bookmaking are tools for education, personal agency, community engagement, and activism.

I am in discussions with the Chair of their Board, who is one of the founders, about how to best support them in their work – board and staff – so that they can reach some goals in finding the art that is being made by movements and then getting that art into institutions.

This sounds really dry. Check them out here and see the coolness that ensues.