No Longer Empty is pleased to announce the publication by On Curating of No Longer Empty: Building Art and Community in Unused Spaces.   The book aims to share a cumulative experience and knowledge of how to create democratic access to art through site- and community-responsive exhibitions and radical programming deeply grounded in local research. With a forward by Laura Raicovich, the book is divided into three sections – How it Happened, Making it Accessible and Making it Replicable.  Essays by six key participants– Manon Slome, Naomi Hersson-Ringskog, Jodie Di Napoli, Mica Le John, Rachel Raphaela Gugelberger and Nick Kozak – trace the evolution of the group’s highly innovative curatorial, educational and collaborative programmatic strategies. Case studies of selected exhibitions, short accounts by a host of artists and educators, and replicas of forms and checklists function as a kind of manual to inspire the next generations of makers and agents of change—curators, artists, community organizers, educators—who want to take cultural production and the power of art into their own hands and into their own communities. The book is available in a variety of formats which can be found on the following link