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CollectionsIsland Press (6), Sesame Workshop (20), Uni Boston-The Uprise Books Project (16), Uni Boston-General (15), Uni Boston-Neighborhood Explorers (42), Uni Boston-ICA (17), Cube 010 Banned Books Uprise (16), Casa Azul (17), MOMA PS1 (55), MOMA (10), Laurie C (1), Davol (11), Laurie D (121), Jane B (16), Cube 009 NY Hall of Science (Complete) (12), Cube 008 MOCA (Complete) (17), Cube 007 826 NYC (Complete) (21), Uni Books (326), Cube 001 New York Bound (Complete) (20), Cube 002 Japanese Fiction (Complete) (21), Cube 003 Evolution (Books Needed) (13), Cube 004 Environment (Books Needed) (9), Cube 005 Deafness and Sound (Books Needed) (13), Cube 006 Science and Medicine (Books Needed) (7), Uni donations to review (169), Uni books suggested to us (186), Wishlist (159), All collections (5,956)
About meStreet Lab creates programs for public space.
About my librarySince starting this work in 2006 and incorporating as a nonprofit in 2009, we’ve executed a range of projects, from small, one-day events to complex installations that operate as mini-institutions over several months. We’re currently working on a specific challenge: how to bring books and learning to street-level, and we’ve designed a new project called the Uni to do this. www.theuniproject.org
Real nameStreet Lab
LocationBoston and New York
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Member sinceJun 23, 2009
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