A new podcast episode: sTo Len
Brooklyn-based artist and self-proclaimed “hydro-feminist”, sTo Len, joins us to talk about his life so far as an artist, spanning his teenage years to today.
You can also play all episodes right on our website here.
A perfect listen for Labor Day weekend
Jeanette Arellano and Joe Brusky from Art Build Workers (Milwaukee, WI) join Monica and Marshall to talk about the fight for public education, how everyone in a community can show up to help, and how art can amplify the voice of unions and social justice organizing.community, education, labor, public schools, schools, social justice, unions
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.
Can you help us do that by buying a t-shirt today?
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.
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.archivist, libraries, podcast
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.Tags: education
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.
It’s here: MY FAVORITE BOOK, the online exhibition.
Are you missing episodes of My Favorite Book? Watch them all here in the online exhibition.
Submit your zine!
Did you know we are always looking for new zines to distribute?
We are interested in a lot of types of zines. If the zine can be used as research or as curriculum support, then we want it.
Why make just one when you can make two? That’s what we thought.
Our first one is a limited edition, Molotov Unicorn T-shirt and we love it so much. Illustrated especially for Booklyn, Inc. by our favorite Austin, Texas-based artist & educator, Mylo Mendez. Our second shirt design can be purchased through our Bonfire fundraiser…Tags: fundraiser, t-shirts