The Laundromat Project is a non-profit arts organization that was started by 2004 Echoing Green Fellows Rise Wilson and Takema Robinson. "The Laundromat Project brings engaging, community-responsive art and artists into local coinops across Greater New York City," the organization writes on its website. "By helping turn imaginations into creative fuel, we empower communities of color living on modest incomes to dream new visions for their own neighborhoods."
Some of the programs, which are available for both children and adults, include Create Change, an artist residency, and Works in Progress.
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