a common project is an empowerment project for artists and cultural workers and is rooted in mutual aid, cooperative development, and cultural self-determination.
One Big Dinner Creative Time Summit X 2019
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Creative Time Summit X

One Big Dinner: Celebrating Worker Solidarity

Friday, November 15, 2019
7:30 - 9:00 pm
at MáLà Project, 122 1st Avenue

Summit Pass + $37 Dinner Ticket
(ticket includes prix fixe meal)
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Our next dinner & conversation will be held as part of Creative Time Summit X 2019. We are inviting museum workers and allies for food and drink to discuss recent worker-initiated successes, from unionization to diversity equity and inclusion initiatives, in NYC museums and further afield. This meal centers conversation around the ways workers can reshape and re-imagine museums from the inside out. 

Plus special guest: Museum Workers Happy Hour

Open Engagement 2018
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Open Engagement 2018

Our Time: Dinner Conversation on Equity in the Arts

Saturday, May 12, 2018
7:00 - 8:30 pm
at Kurry Qulture

$37 (tickets include prix fixe dinner)
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Our next dinner & conversation will be held as part of Open Engagement 2018. We are inviting artists 👬, cultural workers, and supporters 👫 of the movement to join us to reflect on the movement for equity, inclusive of jobs, funding, and over all general support for people of color in the arts.

We invite you to join us! Read More.

NYC Cultural Plan: Radical Think-Tank
a common plan

Cultural Road Map
for NYC’S Cultural Plan

Since 2015–2018, we have been hosting think-tank dinners and other events to gather artists and cultural workers to create artist/worker/communit-centric road map for the NYC's Cultural Plan.

Whether you are an individual or part of a collective, we encourage you to JOIN US.

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.