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Archive: Dec 2018

Audio Interference 59: Politics of Sound

Listen to a discussion at Interference Archive about the various ways archiving sound can be a political act. With Mario Alvarez, Natiba Guy-Clement, Daniel Horowitz, and Samara Smith.

General Interest Meeting: Red Bloom Communist Collective

Saturday, January 5, 1-3pm

Red Bloom is a Communist Collective, and the “bloom” in our name refers to both individual and collective flourishing. That means we recognize that another world really is possible, and our best shot at creating a better world is to build the power for it together!

At this first general interest meeting we’ll describe what we all agree on at Red Bloom – our points of unity – and a few of our projects, including the Red Bloom Solidarity Network, our approach to Labor Organizing, and how we can study and build connections to workers through Worker Inquiries.

Hyperallergic, December 17, 2018

Best of 2018: Our Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows

What’s Art Got to Do with It? Performativity & the SOAW

Introducing the SOAW: A View from Kenyon College

In Fall 2018, Kenyon College’s Gund Gallery featured materials from Interference Archive that included pamphlets and posters detailing protest, performance, and group solidarity events produced by the organization the School of the Americas Watch (SOAW).

Social Justice Book Club: The Twentieth Century by Howard Zinn

Tuesday, December 18, 7 PM – 9 PM

Join us for a meeting before the holidays! For our December book club, we’re reading The Twentieth Century by Howard Zinn.

We’ll be open December 25th

Tuesday, December 25, 12-5pm

Join us for special open hours on Tuesday, December 25th. Looking for someplace warm to hang out? Stop by and say hello — we have hot chocolate!

Discussion and Screening: Mad Worlds by subMedia

Saturday, December 22, 7pm

In a world where everything seems upside down, what does it mean to be sane? Join Sascha DuBrul (co-founder of The Icarus Project and IDHA) for a screening of the new SubMedia video Mad Worlds (33min) and a facilitated discussion about how we can take better care of ourselves and each other in a crazy world.

Holiday Openhouse 2018

Saturday, December 15, 2018, 12-5pm

Come celebrate our second annual holiday open house on 7th Street! Stop by, sip on hot cocoa, and browse our last-minute-market of radical gifts. Other activities include Radical Snowflake Cutting with our resident scissor expert, and Holiday Cardmaking with stamps, stencils and kid-friendly spray markers (you’ve gotta see our equipment for this!). This is an event for people of all ages and abilities.

Guided tour of Free Education!

Saturday, December 15, 5:30pm

Come to Interference Archive on Saturday, Dec 15th at 5:30pm for a guided tour of the Free Education! The Free University of New York, Alternate U, and Learning Liberation exhibition. Sue Simensky Bietila and Jakob Jakobsen will lead a walk through of the project, discussing histories of the Free University, Alternate U, the Rat newspaper, Newsreel Collective, and more.

Audio Interference 58: Radical Access

“Our lending policy is: as many books as you want, for as long as you want. We want people to take the time to live with the books as long as they need to, to figure out how they fit into the larger picture of how they live.” — Dawn Finley, FLOW