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Arts in Bushwick Just Launched Their Blog

Bushwick's very own volunteer organization Arts in Bushwick, responsible for Bushwick Open Studios mega-festival, just launched their blog. Under the editorial leadership of Holly Shen Chavez, AiB blog will be functioning all year round, as opposed to only seasonal festival blogging in the previous years.

"An online journal devoted to chronicling the activities and events of our organization, as well as those of the broader creative community in our beloved Bushwick, AiB Blog is a platform that seeks to foster thoughtful and compelling dialogue about issues relevant to our neighborhood," states the press release regarding the operation of AiB blog. 

The AiB blog has a beautiful design and runs on Tumblr platform, so start following and reblogging now! Editor Holly Shen Chavez told us that they plan on publishing 2 to 4 articles per week. The blog is also debuting a series of original podcasts and a Mixlr radio station. Bushwick Daily is very excited to announce the third year of our close collaboration with AiB blog. We will be highlighting the most interesting stories from AiB blog, guest blogging and teaming up with the AiB contributors on features. We are happy to support what is shaping up to be another awesome neighborhood publication!

So what stories are on AiB blog right now?

The thoughts on gentrification of Bushwick and the mission of sustainable development of AiB

Interview with Recession Art Gallery about affordable art 

and more!

Most importantly, AiB blog is looking for volunteer contributors. Email hollyATartsinbushwick.org if interested!

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