A Political Image Making Salon


Sunday, December 8, 2013

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Sunday December 8, 2013
You are invited to the second in what will hopefully become a monthly gathering of people who think about political design and image making. We are artists, activists, organizers, and designers, with the goal creating visuals to inspire radical action and support social movements.
We are excited to gather together creative energies and to explore new possibilities for creating visuals that will help us imagine and demand the world we want to see.
You do not have to consider yourself a maker of graphics to participate: we are looking to generate conversation, community, resource sharing, inspiration and collaboration with anyone interested in political graphics from any perspective. You are invited to bring work to share, problems to solve, or ideas to discuss.
Interference Archive is located at 131 8th St., Brooklyn 11215
(2 blocks from F/G/R trains at 4th Ave./9th St.)