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Finally Got The News: The Printed Legacy of the U.S. Radical Left, 1970-1979

Exhibition and event series, January 26 – May 14, 2017
Exhibition opening: January 26th, 2017 7-10pm

Finally Got the News uncovers the hidden legacy of the radical left of the 1970s, a decade when vibrant social movements challenged racism, imperialism, patriarchy and capitalism itself. It uses original printed materials—from pamphlets to posters, flyers to record albums—to tell this politically rich and little-known story.

Commonwealth: Water For All

February 4 – July 30, 2017
At the Queens Museum

Highlighting the urgency of water issues, Commonwealth brings together We Are the Storm and Wellspring, two recent portfolios of artists’ prints developed by the Justseeds Artist Cooperative as well as a selection of materials on loan from Interference Archive which feature the now iconic graphics developed for the 2016 movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.

Soñamos Sentirnos Libres in Portland, Maine!

We’re thrilled to announce that Soñamos Sentirnos Libres /Under Construction, our Summer 2016 exhibition in collaboration with Mobile Print Power, will be presented in a new iteration at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) at the Maine College of Art (MECA) in Portland, Maine.  Soñamos Sentirnos Libres: Making It Real will be presented from Feburary 1 | More »

Black Women/Black Lives

Travelling Exhibition: Black Women/Black Lives
Meier-Draudt Curatorial Classroom, Gund Gallery, Kenyon College
On view January 16 – February 5, 2017

We Are What We Archive

September 29, 2016 — January 15, 2017
Opening: Thursday, September 29, 7-10 pm

This fall, Interference Archive presents an exhibition highlighting some of the lesser-known objects in our collection. Made up of five distinct components, We Are What We Archive sheds light on electoral politics, North American solidarity with Africa, disability activism, queer identity, and information access.

Our Comics, Ourselves at the University of Connecticut

June 14 – August 22, 2016

The Archives & Special Collections at the University of Connecticut will host the first traveling installment of the exhibition Our Comics, Ourselves co-curated by Jan Descartes and Monica McKelvey Johnson. The exhibition premiered at Interference Archive in January, and we’re really excited to see it move on to new locations. Our Comics, Ourselves features comics from the Interference Archive collection as well as private collections on loan.

Soñamos Sentirnos Libres // Under Construction

May 1 – Sept 5, 2016
Opening May 1, 5-8pm

Soñamos Sentirnos Libres : Under Construction is a collaborative exhibition, highlighting the work of Mobile Print Power.

This cumulative exhibition will highlight old and new collaborations between Mobile Print Power and seven organizations in the form of workshops and events. These workshops will develop throughout its run, creating ongoing collaborative processes.

Esta exhibición cumulativa destacará viejas y nuevas colaboraciones entre Mobile Print Power y siete organizaciones con talleres y eventos. Estos talleres desarrollarán durante la duración de la exhibición, creando procesos colaborativos continuos.

Soñamos Sentirnos Libres : Under Construction Opening

May 1st, 5-8pm: Opening Party

This opening party kicks off a summer-long series of workshops developed around the exhibition Soñamos Sentirnos Libres : Under Construction.

Esta fiesta de inauguración inicia una serie de talleres que fueron desarrollados en torno a la exposición Soñamos Sentirnos Libres : Under Construction.

Our Comics, Ourselves: Identity, Expression, and Representation in Comic Art

January 21 – April 17, 2016
Exhibition opening: January 21, 7-10pm

The exhibition Our Comics, Ourselves: Identity, Expression, and Representation in Comic Art presents the graphic stories that describe the complexity and diversity of our collective experience, and examines the social and historical contexts within which they emerged. This exhibition includes includes comic books, graphic novels, DIY comics, and various comics paraphernalia primarily from the United States, 1945 to present.

Our Comics, Ourselves Tumblr

The Our Comics, Ourselves exhibition is on Tumblr! Because of such a positive response to the Our Comics, Ourselves exhibition, we expanded its scope to include a curated Tumblr. We invite weekly contributors to post their favorite comics from their personal collections—works by other creators that either ignited their curiosity in the medium, or influenced the work | More »