View of Homeroom. Photo by Eva Cruz.

Homeroom amplifies and celebrates the work of collectives, organizations, artists, and activists—both local and international—that are connected to PS1’s public programming and community allyship initiatives. This space provides a platform for participatory engagement, partnerships, and the exploration of ideas encountered at PS1 and throughout its history as a site for contemporary art and learning.

Check out this collection of zines spanning poetry, politics, and more, available for visitors to browse at PS1 and from home.

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