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ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Lead Partners & Project Team
HueArts NYC Team
Museum Hue is dedicated to amplifying Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color in the arts and cultural field by providing tools and resources as well as by building networks. In January 2020, Museum Hue launched The Hue Museums, a national map and directory of museums created by and centering Black, Indigenous, and People of Color across the United States. From 2022 forward, HueArts NYC is a program of Museum Hue.
The Laundromat Project
The Laundromat Project is a Black-rooted, POC-centered arts organization that advances artists and neighbors as change agents in their communities by directly supporting their artmaking, community building, and leadership development. The LP produces public art experiences throughout all five NYC boroughs. In 2017, The LP participated in the creation of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs’ CreateNYC Cultural Plan as an engagement partner.
Hester Street (HST) brings to the partnership a POC-led team with deep knowledge and expertise in GIS mapping, community-engagement design, and data visualization, and led the planning of NYC’s first-ever CreateNYC Cultural Plan and the city’s Complete Count Campaign for the 2020 Census. HST is a national urban planning, design, and development nonprofit that works to ensure communities, neighborhoods, and cities are shaped by the people who live in them, especially for those historically left out. They offer planning, design, and community-development technical assistance to community-based organizations, government, and other agencies.
Branding, Design and Web Development
Eleven Thirty Six Strategies
Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts
African Film Festival, Inc.
American Indian Artists Inc.
Asian American Arts Alliance
Libertad O. Guerra
The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center, Inc.
Black Trans Femmes in the Arts
National Black Theatre
Kyoung’s Pacific Beat
Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council
Top Photo: Ping Chong & Co.’s Generation Rise at New Victory Theater, 2021. Image Credit: Alexis Buatti-Ramos, Courtesy of New 42