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Radical Playdate presents: Let’s Make Posters!

Saturday, September 28, 2-4pm
Recommended ages: 12 and under
Suggested donation: $5 (but no one will be turned away!)

If you had a radio show, what would you say on it? What kind of music would you play? Who would listen to your radio show? Inspired by our current exhibition, Resistance Radio, we’ll design and make posters about pirate radio, listening, music….and even pirates if you want!

Tor: What is it Good For?

Saturday, September 14th, 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Join the Tech Learning Collective in a two-hour mini-intensive digital safety workshop focused on the Tor Project.

Resistance Radio Wikipedia Editathon

Tuesday, August 27, 5-9pm

In recognition of our current exhibition, Resistance Radio, we are holding a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on the theme of pirate radio and community broadcasting.

Building Solidarity: Supporting Community Organizations through Archival Practice

Two part workshop: Tues, July 16 and Thursday, July 18, both days 6-8:30pm.

This workshop will explore the work of community archivists, and how these skills can support community-based organizations. Attendees will help craft a plan for the long-term stewardship of the archives of the Asian American Arts Alliance.

Everybody’s Got a Right to Live Propaganda Party

Saturday, June 1, 1-5pm

Join Interference Archive and the NYC Poor People’s Campaign for the Everybody’s Got A Right To Live Propaganda Party. We’ll gather at Interference Archive to screenprint posters, t-shirts, fabric, make buttons, banners and more with messages promoting

Radical Playdate presents: Let’s Make Posters!

Friday, April 26, 3-5pm
Recommended ages: 10 and under
Suggested donation: $5 (but no one will be turned away!)

Join us for a session of stamp and stencil posters with (kid-safe and washable) stamp pads and spray markers. We’ll have poster prompts made with three fantastic Audre Lorde quotes to get our thought wheels turning.

Radical Playdate presents: Let’s Make Zines!

Saturday, March 16, 12-2pm
Recommended ages: 8 and under
Suggested materials donation: $5 (but no one will be turned away!)

Join us for a session of stamp and stencil drawings with (kid-safe and washable) stamp pads and spray markers. At the end we’ll create a zine with our very own Risograph printer. You can take free copies of the collectively made zine with you!

Women Make Change: a Wikipedia edit-a-thon and discussion about radical feminism in 1968

Sunday, March 10, 2019, 2–6pm

We’ll kick off this event at 2pm with a presentation and conversation led by Bev Grant, activist, musician, and photographer, about the feminist organizing in the late 1960s and the performative protests at the 1968 Miss America Pageant.

Stick around to join local Wikipedians and Interference Archive volunteers to work on a rhizomatic campaign to improve coverage of radical women and the arts on Wikipedia. Participants will have the opportunity to work directly with archival materials in the Interference collection and explore intersections between art, feminism, and activism.

Interference in the Classroom: an archives orientation and discussion for educators

Thursday, January 17, 6-7:30pm

K-12 teachers (and beyond!) are invited to join members of the Education Working Group at Interference Archive for an archives orientation and discussion about how we can use archival material with students in the classroom. The Education Working Group will also share some curriculum developed for educators to use in the classroom, either in tandem with or in substitute for physical archive visits when traveling with a class is tricky, and will invite suggestions from educators on how archives can further support teachers and students.

How Public is Public Space? A Field Recording Workshop and Discussion

Thursday, December 13
6pm – 8:30pm

Join us for a friendly talk, potluck and a workshop introduction to the topic of field recording and the different ways of perceiving and understanding the freedom of public space and its wider context.