Jeff Kasper is an artist, designer, and writer based in Brooklyn. He is studies urban history, theory, and politics at The City University of New York, where he is also a City College Fellow. His research focuses on American urbanism and the relationships between art, activism, urban planning, and democracy.
Poised at the forefront of important contemporary social movements, community activism, tactical urbanism, and participatory art production, a nascent collaboration develops between a cultural institution,…
Join the Working Harbor Committee on a walk around the tip of Manhattan from the mouth of the Hudson River to the South Street Seaport Museum on the East River, where New York’s port began and maritime piers are in action today.
Last year, AT&T and Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched Free Wi-fi service in East Harlem’s Thomas Jefferson Park and central Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park, and now Harlem’s Rucker Park has become the latest New York City park with free AT&T Wi-Fi service.
CUP (Center for Urban Pedagogy) is seeking collaborators for the next four issues of Making Policy Public, their publication series that uses graphic and information design to explore and explain complex public policy issues.