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Making History Bushwick Hardcover – 2016
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Coinciding with the tenth anniversary of Bushwick Open Studios, Making History Bushwick is a 400 page hardcover book written, edited and published by the core collective members of Arts in Bushwick, the facilitators of the annual arts event in Brooklyn, New York. The glossy 9×9 inch hardcover features 400 pieces of art by 405 artists, submitted as part of an open call exhibition in Bushwick in spring of 2015. To introduce the art in the context of its geography, Making History Bushwick shares historical ephemera from a nascent and maturing arts organization, following its growth trajectory through ten years of volunteer artist-coordinators and community builders. The timeline turns to the historical record of Bushwick and moves into a deep archive of stories from ten years of Arts in Bushwick’s existence and some of the problems posed by organizing arts events that create influence in a rapidly gentrifying community. Making History Bushwick was made not just in celebration of our organizational anniversary, the amazing and creative talent that has associated with Arts in Bushwick and our neighborhood, but as a way to document, question and understand our history, experience, place and current events of our beloved space in context.
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