August 11, VOICE = SURVIVAL Closing Event: Artist & Curator Tour
Queer Artists Show that Activism Is Key to Survival: Hyperallergic Review
Dr. Laura Lomas writes about Marlon Riggs & “No Regret”: DISCLOSURE, PERFORMATIVITY & LEGACY
Rubin Foundation Grantee “Dancing in the Streets” announces Summer Program: Its Showtime NYC!
Emily Colucci reviews VOICE = SURVIVAL for POZ Magazine
Grantee CUE Foundation present an exhibition by Wendy Red Star
July 19: Carmen Papalia: Open Access, 12 – 3pm; Organizing for Accessibility: A Roundtable Discussion with Carmen Papalia, Kevin Gotkin, Catherine Morris, and Alice Sheppard, 4 – 5:30pm; Sunaura Taylor: Beasts of Burden, 6 – 8pm
This Fall: The Supper Club, A Solo Exhibition by Elia Alba
July 14, WHAT WILL BE DIFFERENT?: A Conversation on Social Justice Arts Organizations in a Changing America
Out Magazine: Voice = Survival Features Art Addressing the AIDS Epidemic
Center for Urban Pedagogy Collaborate with Brooklyn Community Bail and New York City Housing Authority
At Freshkills Artists Embark On New Project With Field R/D
Rubin Foundation Grantee Casita Maria’s BLITZ & BLITZ Buzz Performance Program
ARTNEWS:  9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week
The Art Newspaper: Museums in the US and Canada show their Pride in June
Blouin Modern Painters covers Voice = Survival exhibition at The 8th Floor
July 11, MARLON RIGGS & “No Regret”: DISCLOSURE, PERFORMATIVITY & LEGACY
June 28, YOUR SILENCE WILL NOT PROTECT YOU: ON AUDRE LORDE & DAVID WOJNAROWICZ
Rubin Grantee Radiator Gallery’s exhibition covered in NYT
Theater Of The Oppressed produce Legislative Theater in Brooklyn
Thursday, May 11, 6 to 8pm: The Artist as Culture Producer:  A Conversation with Morehshin Allahyari, Jean Shin, and Shinique Smith, moderated by Sharon Louden and Sara Reisman
Rubin Foundation Grantee: Brooklyn Museum featured in Elle
May 4: Performance by Kalup Linzy
April 26: Martha Wilson: Activist History Teach-in
VOICE = SURVIVAL: Current exhibition at The 8th Floor
April 21 – Sept 17, We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 at Brooklyn Museum
April 20: Kameelah Janan Rasheed: Reading Group
Hyperallergic: “This Is a Revolutionary Moment”, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge on Intersectionality in Art
Martha Wilson’s Forthcoming Event at The 8th Floor, Featured in The Art Newspaper
April 3: FREE CeCe! Screening and Conversation with CeCe McDonald