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2015 ABOG Fellow Sol Aramendi and immigrant day laborers, artists, organizers, developers, and lawyers created a collaborative smartphone app to fight wage theft. Image: RAVA Films

2015 ABOG Fellow Sol Aramendi and immigrant day laborers, artists, organizers, developers, and lawyers created a collaborative smartphone app to fight wage theft. Image: RAVA Films

The ABOG Fellowship Program provides resources to artists who demonstrate artistic excellence and serve as innovative conduits for social change.

Help advance the work of our Fellows with a contribution to our Spring Appeal!

Donate

  • $100 — Join ABOG patrons June 24 for a private tour at the Queens Museum of alumni Fellow Mel Chin’s retrospective exhibition, Mel Chin: All Over the Place led by co-curator Laura Raicovich. The exhibition is co-produced by the Queens Museum and No Longer Empty.
  • $500 — Receive a special limited edition print by Fellow Ronny Quevedo, who will be featured in the Whitney exhibition Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art opening this July.
  • $1000 — Become a Fellowship Council member. Benefits include a Ronny Quevedo print, tour of Mel Chin: All Over the Place, an invitation to next year’s First Feast in May, our Fellows reception in January, and many other exciting members only invites.
  • $___ I would like to select my contribution amount

For more information, please contact Nicholas Cohn, Director of Development, at ncohn@abladeofgrass.org.

We’re grateful to our Fellowship Council members for their support.

Lois and Bob Baylis
Jerry Hirsch
Howard Kaplan
Mark Krueger
Ronnie Planalp
Laurel Rubin
Sarah Schultz
Eileen Caulfield Schwab
Lee Skolnick and Jo Ann Secor
Manon Slome
Amanda Weil

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