Artists to launch mobile Slum Museum in Dharavi, Mumbai’s million-strong slum

Dharavi Streets. (Courtesy M M Flickr)

Dharavi Streets. (Courtesy M M Flickr)

Dharavi, a slum in the heart of Mumbai, is home to approximately one million people, making it one of the largest slums in the world. Next month, Dharavi will house the first slum museum, Design Museum Dharavi. The museum will open February 2016, “creating a place where makers can find potential clients, teach workshops to the rest of the community and take their own practice one step further,” the museum page says.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011
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35 Cooper Square in 1917 (Courtesy Bowery Alliance)

35 Cooper Square in 1917 (Courtesy Bowery Alliance)

Keeping Cooper. There’s a fight brewing over the demolition of the 186-year-old 35 Cooper Square. A demolition permit had been issued and subsequent stop work orders and candlelight vigils. The small federal style structure was once home to descendants of Peter Stuyvesant and beatnik Diane DiPrima. Keep tabs on the little building at EV Grieve and the Bowery Alliance (And in other Cooper Square preservation news, what’s going to happen to the Astor Place mosaics under the planned pedestrian plaza upgrades?)

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