Art spaces archive project
Art Spaces Archives Project [AS-AP] is a non-profit initiative founded by a consortium of alternative art organizations, including Bomb Magazine, College Art Association, Franklin Furnace Archive, New York State Council on the Arts [NYSCA], New York State Artist Workspace Consortium, and The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, with a mandate to help preserve, present, and protect the archival heritage of living and defunct for- and not-for-profit spaces of the “alternative” or “avant-garde” movement of the 1950s to the present throughout the United States.

A kinda respopnse to a previous post about art work disapearing.
Today was talking to Hogge about all the stuff people are doing here to archive. interviews, photos, ect ect. Make sure
you tell everyboidy what you’re doin unless you want to do it in secret.

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