What is asylum?

Making Policy Public

What is asylum?

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Making Policy Public

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Hello, My Name is Minimum Wage

City Studies

Hello, My Name is Minimum Wage

Don't Get Iced

Public Access Design

Don't Get Iced

Space Jam

Urban Investigations

Space Jam

Es Tu Dinero, Decides Tú

Making Policy Public

Es Tu Dinero, Decides Tú

Celebrate CUP’s 2020 Collaborations

Celebrate CUP's 2020 Collaborations

Be the first to congratulate our 2020 partners - the talented designers who bring public policy to life, and the tireless organizers and advocates who bring it to the people who most need to know - and hear about the exciting new topics.

 

Tuesday, March 10

6:30 - 8:30 PM

Leroy Street Studio + Gallery

65 Allen Street

New York, NY 10002

Please RSVP to rsvp@welcometocup.org by Monday, March 2

 

Making Policy Public is CUP's series of posters that use graphic design to explore and explain public policy. Each poster is created in collaboration with an advocate, a designer, and CUP.

This year's teams are:

Flatbush Tenant Coalition and Kyle Richardson

How tenants can get repairs - the process and mechanism available in NYC for repairs enforcement.

Legal Momentum and Vic Liu

Access to comprehensive gender-based workplace protections for women earning low-incomes.

The Door and Grace Han

How to apply for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJ).

Philadelphia Legal Assistance and Maya Sariahmed / Mike Tully

Fighting employee misclassification to assert rights and avoid unfair taxes.

 

Public Access Design is CUP's series of projects that use design to make complex urban issues accessible to the New Yorkers most affected by them.

Over the course of one year, Public Access Design Fellows learn about CUP's collaborative design process. Select fellows will have the chance to collaborate with CUP and a community organization on a Public Access Design project.

This year's fellows are:

Matt Khinda

Luisa Velez Henao

Isil Akgul

Patra Jongjitirat

Melissa Chavez

D Wang Zhao and Chloe Chang

Janet Chan

Stephanie Winarto

 

Making Policy Public is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. 

Public Access Design is supported by the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and Council Members Brad Lander and Antonio Reynoso

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Making Policy Public

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

We Own It

Making Policy Public

We Own It

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Public Access Design

Block Party

City Studies

Block Party

It's Not Just Personal

Making Policy Public

It's Not Just Personal

Block Party

City Studies

Block Party

Stand Up to Clean Up!

Public Access Design

Stand Up to Clean Up!

Engage to Change

Technical Assistance

Engage to Change