Kathy Andrade - Was an extraordinary friend to LaborArts and to working people everywhere.
"MAKING WORK VISIBLE" - CUNY / LABORARTS CONTEST The 2021 contest is now open, the deadline is October 18, 2021. Read the award winning fiction, non-fiction and poetry and see the art from past winners and find out how to enter this year here.
2021 CLARA LEMLICH AWARDS - Honoring unsung heroines, women who have been working for the larger good all their lives. On May 10 we honored the extraordinary 2021 honorees, Barbara Dane - Activist Singer; Suelika Cabrera Drinane - Advocate for the Elderly; Debby King - Union Fighter; Wilhelmina Perry - LGBT Convener; and Muriel Tillinghast - Movement Organizer.
Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary paperback edition of the Bernhardt and Bernstein book Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, A Pictorial History of Workers in New York City.
CALLING UP HENRY celebrated the life of our good friend and cherished colleague Henry Foner. Find recordings of Henry singing some of his songs in our Thursdays TiIl Nine and Play it Again, Sam exhibits, and information about his book of verse here.
Remembering Ralph Fasanella - featuring twelve remarkable paintings by this socially engaged artist who was often called an "aftist of the people."
Meet Us in St. Louis - A collection of Labor Art from around the country and across the century. Start with the image of the week and add your observations.
On Equal Terms - Women in trades, 35 years and still.... Poetry and mixed media by artist and electrician Susan Eisenberg.
For Better or Verse -- video and audio of Henry Foner singing songs from the new book.
Labor Art from St. Louis features highlights from the Feldacker collection of paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture on the theme of work and workers.
Why Unions -- Art from the National Maritime Union features graphic art from the 1940s by Harold Price, Rockwell Kent and William Gropper
Landscape of Lost Arts Vanished Structures and Forgotten Skills -- Janet Wells Greene curates images of artisans and union craftsmen building and rebuilding the NYC skyline
We Love A Parade Union Banners Then and Now -- featuring four labor banners from the 19th century and 27 banners from the twentieth century NYC garment industry
Sisters in the Brotherhoods -- Jane Latour interviews women who were pioneers in skilled blue-collar jobs
The ILGWU: Social Unionism in Action -- garment union initiatives in organizing, immigration, civil rights, health care and culture
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