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About the Ambassadorship

The 40th Parallel North Preservation Brigade (40PNPB) Artist Ambassador will use recycled materials sourced from Rabbit Recycling to create new public work and facilitate community engagement and discussion using art as a gateway to talk about our community’s role in sustainability.

Philadelphia is home to over 1.5 million people who live, work, and play here who all create waste. You’ve probably had a moment, standing at a crosswalk, on a SEPTA platform, or even in a neighborhood park where you find yourself contemplating a cluster of litter. But it doesn’t have to be that way! In fact there are many organizations in our own backyard who are working to create more sustainable ways of dealing with the problem of what to do with the waste we generate.

Jazmyn’s ambassadorship will run from April 1 - December 31, 2023

About the Artist

Jazmyn Crosby is an interdisciplinary artist whose work investigates transmission and the environment. Born and raised in New Mexico, Jazmyn lives in Philadelphia, where she received her MFA from the Tyler School of Art and Architecture. She got her BFA from the University of New Mexico. Jazmyn is an educator with experience in STEAM (STEM+Art), an event facilitator, creates music under the name Glitter Vomit, and is a founding member of Graft Gallery/Collective and is a current member at Practice Gallery. She is an adjunct instructor at the Tyler School of art and Architecture, Moore College of Art and Design, The University of Delaware, and Kutztown University.

Rabbit Recycling

Our mission: to empower people to be better stewards of the Earth. Rabbit Recycling provides a convenient solution for households and businesses to recycle, reuse, and upcycle. All items and materials are hand-sorted and inspected before being organized into five broad categories: commodity, donation, upcycle, specialty, and deconstruction.

What is 40PNPB?

InLiquid’s 40th Parallel North Preservation Brigade (40PNPB) believes that art and community can help neighbors come together to strengthen personal and collective resilience in the face of the anxiety, fear, and dread that surround the issue of climate change and our future. It focuses
the conversation on our neighborhood in northeast Philadelphia which sits on the longitudinal circle known as the 40th Parallel North.