Learn about Bread and Puppet’s “WHY CHEAP ART” manifesto to see why we care about art being free! And not only art – everything should be free. We believe that together, human beings can make creative, effective alternatives to capitalism.
Projects We’re Involved in that You Can Join Too
- Share Tompkins, a mutual aid group we helped set up in our community in Upstate New York
- Ithaca Freeskool, for which we teach (for free) and do outreach and film work
- Free video clips about clean, renewable energy, from Empowered: Power from the People
- Frac Attack: Dawn of the Watershed, a short zombie movie we made against natural gas drilling, can be viewed online and publicly screened for free
- Shira’s videos on Flickr
- Shira’s photos [See Creative Commons license]
- Ari’s photos and art [See Creative Commons license]
- Free ideas at our “Use this Idea!” blog
This isn’t exactly free, but: We often exchange goods and services in lieu of paper currency, if you need a website or some video editing or something. You can also find us on Swidjit, an Ithaca-specific trade and sharing network, or via hOur Time Bank of Tompkins County.