Summer Tees
to support teaching artists
& free community education

Our goal: to build a world of self-determined narratives, where hands-on bookmaking skills are used to build communities and understand the world around us. 

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Heck yes, another episode.

Mary Tremonte and V Adams join us to talk about the Queer Ecology Hanky Project – a program and exhibition with a new book that explores the intersection of sexuality, queer theory, biology, and the environment.

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Hey, we made another episode.

Artist, archivist, and educator, Sauda Mitchell joins us to look at the intersections of marginalized students, archives, space engagement, and critical analysis of primary sources, and how she’s merging art, education, and archival practice into one profession.

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Introducing: AFTER SASS

Remember SASS + ZINES? Now there’s AFTER SASS: Reimaging Identity & Representation Within Zine Culture 🌈

First up: Neta Bomani facilitates a conversation with Joan Dark, Raquel Espasande, and Emily Warfield of the Bluestockings Collective.

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Transpire Zinemaking Workshop

In this series of two workshops, Elvis Bakaitis will teach the one-page zine technique to facilitate the development of personal and community-based storytelling at Brooklyn Community Pride Center. Through visual, tactile, and writing prompts participants will create their own one-sheet zine, and contribute to a collectively made book.

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Come to Zine Jam! in Sunset Park (Brooklyn, NY) this Saturday, June 4, 1-3pm.

¡Ven a Zine Jam! en Sunset Park (Brooklyn, NY) este sábado 4 de junio de 13:00 a 15:00 horas.

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Educación de Booklyn ahora en español

Hola, soy María Verónica San Martín.

Soy artista-educadora en la ciudad de Nueva York y les escribo para contarles sobre una serie de tutoriales de creación de libros de artista que hice con Booklyn. 


Hey, we have a new episode.

Lorena Kourousias (NYC) and Hannah Brancato (Baltimore, MD) of The Monument Quilt Project join us on this episode of Booklyn Calling to talk about creating public rituals of healing, undoing white supremacy culture, and how they transformed what started as an art project into a movement.

Hello? Booklyn Calling…

BIG NEWS–We started a podcast!

BOOKLYN CALLING amplifies diverse voices within the artists’ book field and explores artmaking as a tool for community engagement, education, and social justice work. 

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LGBTQ+ Immigrants: Create Your Own Artists’ Book

We partnered with Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP) and Brooklyn Community Pride Center to bring together an exciting series of artists’ book workshops in May and June!