Press Release for next exhibition at The 8th Floor: 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
Saturday, January 13, 2018. Disappearing Acts by LaTasha N. Diggs
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
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