200 People Attended Our Social Justice Museum Opening

July 3, 2019

Disability Justice, Environmental Justice, Health Justice, Media Coverage, News

NYLPI’s Pop-up social justice art museum, ALL ACCESS, opened recently, and will host a series of events through the end of July. New York’s Nonprofit News Media covered the opening:

About 200 people attended the opening of a new pop-up art museum in midtown Manhattan on June 27. “All ACCESS” is a collaborative work among a group of New York City-based artists that aims to highlight how art can inspire “community power,” according to a press release. The nonprofit Human Impacts Institute designed and curated the exhibit, which will remain open throughout July and is currently at the offices of the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (151 W 30th St. Suite 11).

“Using art to bolster the conversation around community justice is a natural outflow from our work across New York,” NYLPL Deputy Development Director Geneva Morris, who is running the show, said in the press release. “We’re excited to reach new audiences and have more conversations about how our work can inspire and reshape the city for the better.”

Photos courtesy the Human Impacts Institute, who curated the event:

You can find out more about the museum, and sign up to attend the upcoming events here!


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