Buy Zapatista Coffee with Brooklyn Torches

Posted: February 28th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: money, neighborhood, Updates | No Comments »

We revived the Brooklyn Torch Trade Store at Proteus Gowanus on February 21st. As part of their current exhibition on Labor in their series on Commerce, the Brooklyn Torch Project has been invited to tender a medium of exchange for the Diego de la Vega Coffee Co-op, selling Autonomous Zapatista Coffee in the gallery.
Torch Trade at Proteus Gowanus

The Diego de la Vega Coffee Co-op is a project developed by Fran Ilich that offers organic coffee sourced locally in Chiapas, Mexico from Zapatista autonomous farms. Its goal is to connect social movements and geographical regions – Chiapas and New York City – and to create a horizontal financial flow between social movements.


Here in San Francisco’s Bay Area

Posted: November 3rd, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: neighborhood, suburbs, Updates | No Comments »

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Just moved to California. It has been a whirlwind and I’m excited to start a new journey on the left coast. Below are some things that have come through my inbox, all great:

Arts, Culture, Community, Love- give early and often to an emerging artist network
The Laundromat Project’s People Powered $10K Challenge

My friend Jesse’s Brother has an awesome idea:
Sam & Mattie’s Teen Zombie Movie + Making-Of Documentary Kickstarter

Dance, Action, Camera! Catherine Gund’s latest film is in Houston!
Born To Fly screening in Houston

Amanda Mae’s most recent short film
Now We Are Not

Whale Staplers!
a stapler that is a whale

Reverend Yolanda’sOld Time Gospel Hour, The Movie


3rd Annual Public Art Potluck, Laundromat Project

Posted: September 27th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: money, neighborhood, to do, Updates | No Comments »

credit: Laundromat Project

Third Annual Public Art Potluck
Engage our Create Change artists in conversations about their projects and creative ideas set in communities across New York City and Philadelphia. You’ll hear about socially-engaged art projects ranging from yoga-based printmaking in Jackson Heights to envisioning a new waterfront for the South Bronx to a multimedia installation highlighting the history of garment workers in Sunset Park.

What Do We Bring? Yummy Food and Public Art!
What Do You Bring? An Open Mind and Creative Ideas!

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 | 7:00pm – 9:30p
Doors open at 6:30pm
University Settlement, 184 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002
Dinner will be prepared by Organic Soul Chef Madea Allen.
Get Tickets


Brooklyn Torch Impossible Photo Project

Posted: August 2nd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: money, neighborhood, Updates | No Comments »

In 2011, Macktez granted me a Summer Stipend to document my monetary exchanges in North Brooklyn. The project was a piece of the overarching Brooklyn Torch Project, but was specifically designed to use special film and to follow my own spending habits. Thank you to Macktez, you can see the photos here.


Hi, I’m Mary Jeys. Nice to meet you.

Posted: October 1st, 2008 | Author: | Filed under: aspirations, to do, Updates | No Comments »

Over the next weeks months I will be updating this wordpress site.  Eventually it will take over the main site and not just live in a hidden wordpress folder.