Creative triple threat Triple Canopy—the online magazine, workspace, and platform for editorial and curatorial activities—is gearing up to move into a new home at 155 Freeman Street in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood. Come September, the nonprofit will be joined by Light Industry (a hub for film and electronic art) and The Public School (an open-source, curriculum-free classroom). A Kickstarter campaign is underway to raise cash for the first year of programming in the new, 1,500-square-foot space, which will “will act as a cinema, classroom, publication studio, and venue for performances, readings, workshops, and whatever else we happen to be cooking up in a given week,” according to Triple Canopy. Now in its final days, the project has already surpassed its $20,000 goal—incentive artworks by the likes of R. H. Quaytman and Paul Chan helped to push it over the top—but you have through July 10 to chip in and help them get a headstart on year two (they’ve signed a five-year lease, after all). Plus, a pledge of $50 will get you a “limited-time digital-download project” by none other than Cory Arcangel, who will e-mail it to you personally.
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