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A Blade of Grass 9h
Catch at DUMBO Open Studios this weekend!
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A Blade of Grass 11h
"This project is about the power of socially engaged art to push through the armor we have created in order to have the difficult conversations that many of us, particularly white folks, avoid having." Read about ' "Good Old Boys" in
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A Blade of Grass Apr 20
: Loophole of Retreat is now open at the
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A Blade of Grass Apr 19
"A healthy art institution is, at root, a productive meeting of art and audience that keeps happening over and over again." Read ABOG ED 's take on how art institutions can better create a sense of belonging in , now online:
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A Blade of Grass Apr 18
"Any world we create that is overseen by armed groups of law enforcement officers is one with grave and potentially life-threatening power imbalances [...] Art can create a space apart that offers the possibility for change." Read in
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NYC Cultural Affairs Apr 17
"We have one of the largest cultural budgets in NYC history in part due to the work of activists demanding more" - NYCulture Commissioner Finkelpearl
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A Blade of Grass Apr 17
Congratulations and all the Pollock-Krasner awardees! via @ARTnewsmag
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A Blade of Grass Apr 17
Read keynote speaker 's essay about the work of in Issue 2!
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A Blade of Grass Apr 17
Replying to @AskNezka
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A Blade of Grass Apr 17
Issue 2 is now available online! Read 's advice column and submit questions to our next columnist, , by May 15 for Issue 3: email info@abladeofgrass.org
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A Blade of Grass Apr 17
Our ED Deborah Fisher, Director of Programs Prerana Reddy, and Rick Lowe and will be part of the Conference this year, learn more at
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hyperallergic Apr 16
This is the 1st article in a series by Laura Raicovich, the recipient of Hyperallergic’s Journalism Fellowship for Curators. She connects Anand Giridharadas’s book on philanthropy & late-capitalism with questions about how cultural institutions function.
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Guggenheim Museum Apr 16
Over the course of a career that spans sculpture, video, and social practice, has continuously and insistently centered the black female experience.
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A Blade of Grass Apr 16
Simone Leigh's "Loophole of Retreat" opens this Friday at the . via @ARTnewsmag
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A Blade of Grass Apr 15
Thanks to all who joined us on Saturday for ! Special thanks to our co-presenter , our host , and our amazing collaborators: , , , , , & . More photos to come 💫
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A Blade of Grass Apr 13
“Gentrification is the replacement and displacement of the poor for profit.” Robert Sember shares ’s definition of gentrification
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A Blade of Grass Apr 13
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A Blade of Grass Apr 13
Keynote speaker Robert Sember speaks on listening as a social practice
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A Blade of Grass Apr 13
“If we’re engaging in social change, that means we’re engaging with viewpoints different than our own, and really listening.” —A Blade of Grass Director of Programs Prerana Reddy
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A Blade of Grass Apr 13
“The Latin root of ‘art’ is ‘artem’—to connect.” —A Blade of Grass Director of Field Research Jan Cohen-Cruz
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