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Hello? Its another new episode of Booklyn Calling

March 22, 2023

José and Jess from Mobile Print Power join Booklyn Calling to give insight into their newly released box set and talk about the collective. They tell us what it’s like being a bilingual multi-generational collective that explores social and cultural situations in a public setting, and how they take inspiration from their community and turn it into graphic designs. Find out about the collaborative work they do with their community in Corona, Queens, and how they’re getting back to it since covid derailment.

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Mobile Print Power is a multigenerational collective from different corners of NYC and the world. They started as a weekly printmaking and political education workshop at Immigrant Movement International in Corona, Queens (IMI Corona) in March, 2013. Over time, and as regular participants in the workshop began to emerge as co-facilitators and co-organizers, they began referring to themselves as a collective. Their different educational backgrounds and viewpoints make them strong as a collective and powerful as artists and activists.

Booklyn Calling is made possible in part by funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the NY City Council.