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A Blade of Grass 13h
We just broke $1,000—thank you everyone for helping us hit this milestone! We're now only $2,500 away from our first match; help us get there by sharing with your community! Thank you for your support, we couldn't do this work without you.
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A Blade of Grass Dec 12
We're proud to collaborate with artists like , who worked with local & refugee communities in Athens to create , a shared public space that embraces diverse cultures. Help us raise $20,000 to fund a future ABOG Fellow!
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A Blade of Grass Dec 12
Upcoming opportunities at include community engaged residencies and commissions, and youth, arts & social justice workshop commissions! Learn more on their website.
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A Blade of Grass Dec 11
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The C4AA Dec 7
A primer on Artistic Activism, and 9 reasons why we’re so into it, so you can be too. Free download at ! Because you're awesome and working hard power
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Ann deVere Dec 6
"Stories can be told in many ways...Art projects tease out a higher value beyond a practical function through somehow telling the story in a way that lingers."
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A Blade of Grass Dec 7
👋A Blade of Grass Magazine has a new home online: now you can read & easily share all the contents of Issue 1, "Where" at . Happy reading! And stay tuned for Issue 2, due Spring 2019.
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A Blade of Grass Dec 6
A Blade of Grass believes in the power of artists to help build a more equitable, compassionate, & joyful future. Each year the ABOG Fellowship supports 8 artists who collaborate with communities to enact social change. Help us fund a fellow at . Thank you!
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A Blade of Grass Dec 6
Congrats to Laurie Jo Reynolds (), one of our first ever (2014!) who recently received a $100,000 grant from the to continue her work to change Illinois housing banishment policies that restrict where folks can live after criminal convictions
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A Blade of Grass Dec 4
In case you missed this special bit of news & proof of the power of art to make change! A Blade of Grass is proud to have supported podcast & artist through a Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art in 2015. ♥️
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A Blade of Grass Dec 4
Opportunity alert!
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CAA Advancing Art & Design Dec 4
Tania Bruguera and several other Cuban artists were detained in Havana yesterday after trying to stage a protest against , legislation that requires all artist activity to be approved by the Ministry of Culture.
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A Blade of Grass Dec 4
Congrats!
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NYC Cultural Affairs Nov 30
NYC is expanding representation of women & people outside the binary in public art & monuments through . We're proud to stand with Chirlane McCray & Deputy Mayor to announce as the first selection!
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A Blade of Grass Nov 30
"What does social change sound like? What are the stories of the forest & the people who live there?" Through critical listening, brings diverse groups together over common appreciation of a forest in Ohio at risk of fracking➡️
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A Blade of Grass Nov 29
to when ecological artist & ABOG Fellow explored whether copyright law can protect artworks installed in nature, thereby preventing fracking on the land. Aviva recently discussed the mock trial on Art Law Podcast, tune in!
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A Blade of Grass Nov 28
Check it out: has a new open call for NYC artists. Submit proposals for public art projects between December 10 and January 18
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A Blade of Grass Nov 28
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A Blade of Grass Nov 27
"Taking seriously Angela Davis’s suggestion that 'walls turned sideways are bridges,' [the exhibition] locates justice outside of the gallery walls." Read this write-up of "Walls Turned Sideways" , which features
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A Blade of Grass Nov 26
Hi — the ABOG Fellowship open call happens once a year, so the next opportunity will be next summer! We recommend signing up for our mailing list to stay in the loop:
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