Ariel Aberg-Riger is a self-taught artist and visual storyteller who lives in Buffalo. By day, she works as a Creative Director in New York.
Each summer on Martha's Vineyard, year-round residents and seasonal workers struggle to find affordable housing amid the island’s luxury real estate.
Editor’s note: This week, CityLab looks at the urban issues facing beach towns, which gives visual storyteller Ariel Aberg-Riger the opportunity to head to Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
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- Martha’s Vineyard Housing Needs Assessment, Martha’s Vineyard Commission PDF
- Affordable and Community Housing Zoning on Martha’s Vineyard, Martha’s Vineyard Commission PDF
- Housing Problems on Martha’s Vineyard are Deep But Not Unique, Vineyard Gazette
- Morgan Woods 10 Years Later, Vineyard Gazette
- 800-Square-Foot Homes Prove How Livable Small Can Be, The Vine
- Housing Surveys Paint Picture of Island Under Pressure, Vineyard Gazette
- Road to Town Meeting; Housing Bank Forum Digs Into the Details, Vineyard Gazette
- Housing Bank Campaign Heats Up on All Sides, Vineyard Gazette
- One Big Home, Film
- On Martha’s Vineyard, A Stark Look at Income Inequality, Washington Post
- The Hard Facts About Sea Level Rise, Vineyard Gazette