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Archive: Dec 2013

Milk Not Jails using Interference Archive

I recently pulled out the Voices From Outside portfolio, produced by Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, when a friend asked me if I knew of any prison related graphics. They were producing a flyer for their organization, Milk Not Jails, and a campaign to reform the Parole system in NYC. While looking through the prints in became | More »

Culturestr/ke: Taking Back Chinatown, December 20, 2013

“Peter Yew Police Brutality Protests,” by Corky Lee. 1975 By Michelle Chen On a typical day in Manhattan’s Chinatown, the streets hum with the bustle of sidewalk vegetable markets and the idle prattle of wrinkled elders—a subdued but gritty din that seems to never change. But 40 years ago, these same streets were buzzing with | More »

A People’s Art History of the US Book Release

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Join author Nicolas Lampert in celebrating the release of his new and important book A People’s Art History of the United States: 250 Years of Activist Art and Artists Working in Social Justice Movements. He will show slides and talk about the use of art by social movements throughout the history of the U.S.

Serve the People Catalog

full color offset printed booklet/timeline

Serve the People: Gallery Tour

On December 10, 2013 IA was a packed with people excited to learn about the “Serve the People” show. Watch a video excerpt of the tour!


Serve the People on Sinovision Journal

Sinovision Journal—Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York
December 2013

Activista Happy Hour & Open House

Thursday, December 19th
Interference Archive Open House.

7pm on: Drinks at Halyards
406 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Activista Happy Hour is a monthly gathering of social movement activists in NYC. We are excited to partner with Movement Space Project and CAAAV to co-host December’s gathering!


Walking Tour: A People’s History of Chinatown

Sunday December 15, 2013

A one-hour walking tour of major sites of struggle and community-building in Manhattan’s Chinatown during the 1970s and 80s. Viewing of exhibition at Interference Archive afterwards.
(Meet by the Statue of Confucius at Confucius Plaza, Intersection of Bowery and Division St.)

Serve the People Poster

2 color screenprinted poster
signed by Tomie Arai, numbered edition of 30

Screening: Make Sure You’re Not Being Watched

Thursday December 12, 2013

An anarchist double feature, with Sherry Millner & Ernie Larsen’s Shoplifting: It’s a Crime? and Lizzie Borden’s Born In Flames.