A Blade of Grass has awarded New York-based Puerto Rican artist Miguel Luciano a 2018 Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art for his work Island/Inland PROMESAS. Our warmest congratulations! Here are excerpts from ARTnews.
A Blade of Grass, an organization that provides support for social-practice artworks, has named its 2018 ABOG Fellows for Socially Engaged Art. Six artists and two collectives will each receive $20,000 in unrestricted funding for projects that will be realized across the United States. [. . .]
A list of the winning fellows and their projects follows below.
Rachel G. Barnard, The Fair
Melanie Crean, No Such Place as America
Brian Harnetty, Fracked Forest Listening Rooms
Miguel Luciano, Island/Inland PROMESAS
Gregory Sale, Future IDs at Alcatraz
Jordan Weber, 4MX Greenhouse
Our Mothers’ Kitchens, Our Mothers’ Kitchens; individual artists: Khaliah D. Pitts and Shivon Love
Las Imaginistas, Hacemos La Ciudad (We Make the City); individual artists: Christina Patiño Houle, Celeste De Luna, and Nansi Guevara