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Archive: May 2013

Design Critique: Images of Labor

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Design Critique of Labor graphics recently produced by the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative. In conjunction with the exhibition Strike Then, Strike Now! at Interference Archive

Let’s Have a Party: Kid’s Day at Interference Archive

Puppet Show & Puppet Making Workshop
Saturday June 1, 2013


This kid’s day will explore some of the fun things that puppets do in times of strike. In conjunction with the exhibition Strike Then, Strike Now! at Interference Archive

Film Screening: Rare Earth

May 23, 2013
7:30 pm

A documentary about mineral extraction in the Mojave desert.

Who was out on May Day?

On Mayday we got a chance to talk to some of the folks who made it out to the main demonstrations in Union Square- here’s what some of them had to say: Henry, 21 Are you here with any organization(s)? I’m here with the Party for Socialism and Liberation. What do you think is the | More »

The New Yorker, May 1, 2013

“Reach for the Book– Its a Weapon”
The components of a book shield are relatively simple: two large pieces of thick cardboard glued together, an old bicycle inner tube (for flexible handles), and plastic wrap.

Interference in the Press

We’ve been getting some good press lover the past year here at Interference Archive, and thought we’d share some of it with you! Our recent Book Bloc exhibition has been written up all over, including in the New York Times and the New Yorker: The New Yorker says “Reach For the Book—It Is a Weapon,” | More »

Film Screening: Wildcat at Mead

May 16, 2013
7 pm

“Wildcat at Mead” is a 1972 documentary about a seven-week wildcat strike at MeadPackaging Corp. in Atlanta. Part of our Strike Now, Strike Then! exhibition programming.

Reading Group: God’s Bits of Wood

May 19
11 am

God’s Bits of Wood is one of the great labor novels of the 20th Century, but is sadly often missed because of its African origin.