Eureka! Presents: A Care Quarterly Launch Party at the D.R.A.W. Studio at MAD

Eureka! Presents: A Care Quarterly Launch Party at the D.R.A.W. Studio at MAD

at the D.R.A.W. Studio at MAD
24 Iwo Jima Lane, Kingston, NY

March 2 nd
3 – 6 pm

Eureka! and D.R.A.W. at MAD invites you to a celebration of the creative collaboration and utopian playground of Lilah Friedland and Polina Malikin a.k.a. CARE QUARTERLY.

Lilah and Polina create beautiful, useful objects, and instigate delightful experiences. They work with other makers, thinkers, caregivers, and friends in the service of joy. CARE QUARTERLY is their new project and they are excited to celebrate its international launch.

CARE QUARTERLY looks like a dinner, a tincture, a shop, a walk, a drink, a book, a spoon, a print, a hug, and on Saturday March 2nd it will look like a launch party for SNOWDROP 01, the very first edition of CARE QUARTERLY!

Come out to see CQ’s work, experience the interactive installation1800-POWERS, and pick up a free CEASEFIRE poster (printed by the Neighborhood Print Studio at MAD artist in residence Cosmic Dog House!)

Admission is free, and all are welcome. See you there!


CARE QUARTERLY creates seasonal “care packages” that are filled with tools for care, ritual & discovery. CQ conspires with the natural world and the future we wish to create, to make wild-foraged and homegrown plant medicines, art, useful objects & happy surprises. We include multiples, handmade wrapping paper & cards to keep the gifting going.

Lilah runs Invisible Hand Press and Polina runs Wild Folk

Eureka! is a small press and a residency for non-binary, women, queer, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) artists, healers, and culture-bearers in Kingston, NY and nationally who imagine and enact futures of justice, care, and joy.

D.R.A.W. at MAD is the arts education program of the Kingston Midtown Arts District. D.R.A.W. at MAD provides arts education programs for people of all ages, professional and creative development for local artists, and a well-established youth workforce-development program based on the arts.