Our Fellowship Workshops are designed with applicants to our Socially Engaged Art Fellowships in mind, but they are also open to the public and all are welcome. The Workshop on September 17th featured John Ahearn, who discussed his practice through the example of a few projects as a way to present a model for the kind of art that A Blade of Grass funds. After his presentation, Elizabeth M. Grady, Programs Director of A Blade of Grass, gave a presentation about the ABOG Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art and answered questions from the audience. Watch the videos from this program is below!
Part 1 features John Ahearn’s presentation:
Part 2 features a presentation about the Fellowship and a Q&A with Elizabeth M. Grady, Programs Director of A Blade of Grass: