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“My vision for a stronger Artist Trust is to live up to its mission and values and be responsive to the needs of the community of artists that it serves.”
From now through December 31st as part of our end of year campaign, you’ll hear from Artist Trust staff & board about their work, the lessons they’ve learned this year, what they hope for in 2021, and their vision for a stronger Artist Trust. Lorrie Cardoso, Artist Trust board member, shared her thoughts with us.
Thanks to a generous $25,000 donation to the Fund from The Gatherings Project, Artist Trust has been able to provide a final round of COVID-19 Relief Funding for Washington State artists.
“I will go into 2021 with new standards, new strength, and a new understanding of what is possible when a community comes together.”
Nadia Ahmed, performance artist, sculptor, and Development Coordinator at Artist Trust shared her reflections on the year with us as part of our end of year campaign.
On Thursday, November 12, we hosted the first in our series of virtual Community Conversations: Mission, Vision, and Values.
Artist Trust is committed to becoming an anti-racist organization, and to working against the systems of racism we have inherited, upheld, and perpetuated. To help us with this work, we will be conducting a 3-4 month racial equity audit beginning in March 2021.
Artist Trust staff & board are sharing about their work, the lessons they’ve learned this year, what they hope for in 2021, and their vision for a stronger Artist Trust. Sarah Traver, Director of Traver Gallery and an Artist Trust board member, shared her thoughts with us.