a common project
is an empowerment project for artists and cultural workers and is rooted in mutual aid, cooperative development, and cultural self-determination.
What is your radical idea for NYC’S cultural plan?
We are hosting think-tank dinners and other events to gather artists and cultural worker input for
a cultural plan
. Whether you are an individual or part of a collective, we encourage you to
an urban economy based on mutual aid and cooperation is possible:
a common resource
is a resource guide for urban needs without economic burden.
mutual engagements with art:
a common share
is a way to experience art outside of commerce, theory, and critique.
addressing the needs of artists of color:
a common advocate
is making the case for a diversity in every level of the cultural industry.