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“I see current pleas for social and economic justice for all are still not resolved and long overdue.”
As part of our annual end of year fundraising campaign, Artist Trust Board Member Marge Levy spoke with us about digging deep, listening carefully, and celebrating change.
“This past year has taught me a lot about emotional vulnerability and the importance of seeing that type of openness as a strength in myself and others.”
Lydia Boss, visual artist and Program Manager at Artist Trust, shared her thoughts with us on what she’s learned this year, and what her vision is for a better, stronger Artist Trust.
“I envision an organization that listens well, responds with compassion, and partners with artists in ways that are meaningful to them.”
We asked Artist Trust staff & board about the lessons they’ve learned this year, their vision for 2021, and the future of Artist Trust. Brooke Kiener, Artist Trust Board Member, and a Spokane resident shares her thoughts.
This is the December digest of opportunities, resources, and job openings for artists during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Art is important to raise issues, awareness, and contribute to change as well as give strength and hope to get by in challenging times like this.”
For this year’s Giving Tuesday, we wanted to share the stories of artists connected to The COVID-19 Artist Trust Relief Fund, including Humaira Abid, a King County-based visual artist and past Fellowship and Arts Innovator Award recipient who donated to the Fund to support artists in need.
“It’s time to build a new community, form new relationships, and entirely new belief systems and practices in creating, practicing, performing, and presenting art.”
For this year’s Giving Tuesday, we wanted to share the stories of artists connected to The COVID-19 Artist Trust Relief Fund, including James Pakootas, a hip-hop artist from Nespelem, WA who received financial support.