IMA student Betty Yu got accepted into the Create Change Public Artist in Residence of the Laundromat Project. The project “Garment Worker” installation (prototype made in Interactive Media Production). The 6 month residency culminates into a public art show in October.
The Laundromat Project is a community-based public art non-profit that brings arts programming to laundromats in the Greater New York area through two core programs: Create Change Public Artist Residency and Works in Progress. Both programs seek to raise the quality of life for people whose incomes do not guarantee broad access to mainstream arts and cultural facilities.