Inside Philanthropy, From Issues to Engagement: A Funder’s Latest Round of Social Justice Arts Giving
ARTNEWS: The 8th Floor Exhibition Opening featured in 9 Events to attend this week
13 Things to See in New York This Week in Brian Boucher’s Editors’ Picks for Artnet
ARTnews: Rubin Foundation Awards Grants to 60 Organizations Aligned with Art and Social Justice
Saturday, February 10: The Schoolhouse and the Bus: A Conversation with Pablo Helguera, Suzanne Lacy, and Pilar Riaño-Alcalá
Huffington Post Interview With Elia Alba and Jane Harris
Hyperallergic: Eloquent Photo-portraits of 60 Contemporary Artists of Color
Saturday, January 13, 2018. Disappearing Acts by LaTasha N. Diggs
Exhibition Opening February 9: The Schoolhouse and the Bus featuring Two Projects by Pablo Helguera and Suzanne Lacy / Pilar Riaño-Alcalá
Friday, December 15, Prophets, thieves, and lovers, a performance by Guadalupe Maravilla
Contemporary Phenomenology: Political-Aesthetic in the multimedia work of Elia Alba, The Supper Club covered in VICE Mexico
Thursday, November 30, Performances by Rafael Sanchez and Karina Aguilera Skvirsky
CULTURED: Dinner and a Revolution, a review of The Supper Club by Elia Alba
Thursday, November 16, Food is Love: Tanya Field, Ben Hall, and Mary Mattingly in Conversation
Thursday, November 9, At the Table: Elia Alba, Maren Hassinger, Zachary Fabri, and Juana Valdes in Conversation
October 22, 2017: Bread and Salt: The Immigration Ban and Other Policies’ Effects on Artistic Practice and Discourse
Saturday, December 9, The Black Lunch Table, and Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Artforum Critics’ Pick Features Elia Alba’s: The Supper Club
Observer Review: Elia Alba’s ‘Supper Club’ Photos Bring Voices of Color to the Proverbial Table
Non Profit Quarterly: Elia Alba, Afrofuturism, and Liberatory Black Identities
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
Current Exhibition at The 8th Floor: The Supper Club 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