News June 15, 2015

Throughout the summer and into the fall, we will be distributing postcards at various bookstores, performance venues, and cultural institutions around Brooklyn asking people to document a public space in the borough on a 4" x 6" canvas. Here is what we've received so far. Click on the black pins of the map to see thumbnails of the postcards, and scroll down to see the enlarged versions. If you're interested in creating your own, pick up a card at one of the participating locations.

Jodi Bosin Jodi Lena Valencia Sheriff Sanni Sanni Tichena Rose Rose Leolianny Hilario Halario Jesika Tixi

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Rita Valencia RValencia Kartik Mehta Mehta Y. Williamson Williamson Hakkquan Ward Ward Stella stella Sidik Fofana sidik Laura Preston Preston Evan Cedeño Cedeno M.Dierker Dierker Ada Frances Donnelly Donnely Dwyer Murphy Dwyer Lindsay Str lindsay_str Lindsay

Participating Locations
3 Roots
Academy Restaurant
Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop
Buttermilk Bakeshop
Cafe Grumpy (Greenpoint and Park Slope locations)
Cafe Steinhof
Community Bookstore
Crop to Cup Coffe
Eagle Trading Company
Fort Defiance
The Good Fork
Greenlight Bookstore
Hometown Bar-B-Que
Konditori Swedish Espresso Bar
Lean Crust Pizza
Mullanes Bar and Grill
Muse Cafe & Tea
Nights and Weekends
Pacific Standard
Permanent Records
Peter Pan Donuts and Pastry Shop
powerHouse on 8th
Terrace Books
Upright Coffee
Vinyl Fantasy
WORD Bookstore

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