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  • mixtape on diy public space-making
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    May 1: Mixtape on Architecture as Activism 4pm – 6pm
    $5 suggested donation for the panel and workshops, but no one turned away.

    Discussion panel with Jim Morgan (NYU), Yolande Daniels (studioSUMO), and Giovanni Piovene (Salottobuono), hosted by Mitch McEwen (SUPERFRONT).

    Choose to participate in 1 of 2 thirty minute teach-ins after the panel: 1) Justice and peace walking tour of the SUPERFRONT neighborhood with Jim Morgan or 2) critical play of the board game “Ghetto” with Yolande Daniels.

    This event is part of the Cypher on Urban Affairs, a public program at SUPERFRONT partly funded by the Brooklyn Arts Council.

    rsvp on facebook for $3 admission

  • superhero
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    superhero: a pop-up exhibit with jimenez LAI

    6pm – 8pm superfront presents superhero: a pop-up exhibit with jimenez LAI, curated by assistant curator jackie KOENIG, with additional installation coordination by maryana GRINSHPUN and seth LAUCKS.

    the exhibit will open with a reception on april 10th at 6pm – 8pm immediately following the third mixtape workshop of the series presented at SUPERFRONT BK. artist talk facilitated by mitch MCEWEN at 6:30pm.

    superhero will be on view from april 10 to may 9, 2010.

  • mixtape on diy public space-making
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    04.10.10 4pm – 6pm mixtape on diy (do it yourself) public space-making

    $5 suggested donation for the 4pm panel and workshops, but no one turned away.
    discussion panel with cristina GOBERNA (fake industries | architectural agonism), justin MOORE, (new york city planning, brooklyn), ena MCPHERSON (parks, arts & culture, community board 3), jordan SEILER (new york street advertising takeover), hosted by dj /rupture and mitch MCEWEN (SUPERFRONT).
    choose to participate in 1 of 3 teach-ins after the panel: 1) community zoning basics 2) spring gardening tactics 3) property disobedience and public dialogue.

    this event is part of the cypher on urban affairs, a public program at superfront partly funded by the brooklyn arts council.