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Letter from the Board Chair and Executive Director


What We Do 4
Testimonials 5
Artist Development

Create Change 6

Commissioned Artists 6
2014 Fellows 7
Public Art Potluck 8
Community Arts Education 9
Field Day Festival 11
Toolkits 13
Growing Our Family 14
Press & Awards 15
2014 Financial Snapshot 16
Who We Are 17


Dear Friends,
Over the past year, we have found ourselves
reflecting on the word “Yes!” Yes! is possibility.
Yes! is the power of locally-driven and creativelyfueled change. Yes! is community. These are
the things The Laundromat Project pursues by
engaging over 6,000 New Yorkers each year.
We work to nourish creativity as a renewable
community resource throughout NYC but
especially in the neighborhoods of Bed-Stuy,
Harlem, and Hunts Point/Longwood. Yes!
In 2014, LP artists said Yes! to local collaborations
that celebrate the city we want to live in. They
ranged from producing a homegrown beauty
magazine in Woodside, Queens to a community
trading hub in the Bronx to neighborhood story
circles across all five boroughs. Together with their
neighbors and community partners, LP artists once
again activated the vibrancy of three communities
of color through Field Day-- an annual, threeborough festival that featured neighborhood
walks, community garden tours, open studios, and
a collaborative art-making project for the historic
People’s Climate March.

Yes! is what exponentially grew our staff and
board over the last three years. Yes! is how we
successfully re-launched SOAPBOX, our signature
benefit party last spring. Yes! is what we heard
from 525 donors from 28 states and 5 countries
who generously gave $28,000 in just 10 days to our
People-Powered Challenge last fall.
And Yes! is why we look forward to the launch of a
major new program called the Kelly Street Initiative
in 2015, leveraging local artists and residents to
transform an empty apartment in Hunts Point/
Longwood into a creative community hub. We
say Yes! to an amazing and growing community
of individuals and partners who believe in our
vision of a world created through the collective
imagination of empowered neighborhoods. It is
possible. On behalf of The LP staff and board,
thank you for believing in Yes!
Risë Wilson
Founder & Board Chair

Kemi Ilesanmi
Executive Director

To further deepen our work, we asked ourselves
what is the Yes! for our art education programs?
One answer was publishing our first Community
& Neighborhood Mapping toolkit as well as the
Power of Perception media action curriculum
piloted with Brooklyn Community Arts & Media
High School. We also launched Print Change,
a new afterschool printmaking academy,
empowering middle and high school students
to create their own narratives in a post-Ferguson
world. Our participants, artists, and neighbors
sought affirmation that #BlackLivesMatter,
and answered with a resounding Yes!



We amplify the creativity that already exists within
communities by using arts and culture to build
community networks, solve problems, and enhance
our sense of ownership in the places where we live,
work, and grow.


We envision a world in which artists are understood
as valuable assets in every community and everyday
people know the power of their own creative capacity
to transform their lives, their relationships, and
their surroundings.


We achieve our mission by bringing socially relevant and
socially engaged arts programming to laundromats and
other everyday community spaces in order to reach as
many of our neighbors as possible. We are particularly
committed to long-term and sustained investment in
communities of color as well as those living on
modest incomes.

Dorysaura is a high school student and part of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s Liberation Program. She
graduated from our Print Change printmaking academy in February of 2015. Here’s what she had to say
about her experience:
“Police brutality is a huge issue in the
United States, and one of the ways we
decided to fight against it is by screen
printing. Not only is this a creative way
to get people to listen about this topic,
it is also a way to get people engaged
in the fight against police brutality.
The screen-printing process is new to
me, but I was very eager to learn about
it because it’s so interesting. Screenprinting is great to do—the process is
fun, but once it is complete the message
behind it cannot be ignored. As the
saying goes, ‘a picture is worth a
thousand words.’”


In a sea of arts organizations, The LP has really shown
their commitment to neighborhoods, to artists of color,
and to building community dialogue and empowerment.

– Commissioned artist

Overall, my experience in the Print Change class has
opened my mind in a more creative way….
It made me realize how huge art can be to a person
and to a community.

– Print Change student

The Create Change Residency has rekindled the fire
in my belly in regards to being an artist committed to
community engagement and social change.

– Create Change Artist-in-Residence

I had great time painting, writing about my thoughts and
dreams, learning about farming and eating healthy foods.

– Community Arts Education program participant

We love working with The Laundromat Project.
The programs we’ve done in partnership together
have brought to our students really, really relevant
programming that they feel is connected to their lives
and values them as young men and women.

– Community Partner

I met amazing people and showed them my amazing

– Volunteer


In 2014, we supported five public artist
projects through our flagship artist
development program, Create Change,
engaging New Yorkers across all five
boroughs. The residency, now entering
its tenth year, supports artists of color in
our anchor neighborhoods developing
community-responsive public art projects
at local laundromats.

Chloe created a social hub for Bed-Stuy residents and
workers to create maps, pamphlets, reviews, and advice
about neighborhood life, culminating in a “reverse tourism”
guide based on neighbors’ everyday experiences and
memories of Bed-Stuy.

Dennis re-created the Native American custom of trade in
a laundromat setting, inviting participants to rethink notions
of value. He documented the exchange of stories and
items through photo and video, and shared his residency
process via a concurrent exhibition at Casita Maria.

Our commissions program offers longerterm support to alumni fellows producing
outstanding socially-engaged work within
the five boroughs.
Bridget organized community events in all five boroughs
featuring neighborhood stories and showcasing poetry,
music, dance inspired by neighborhood life. She continues
to organize storytelling events across the city, building on
partnerships she developed during her commission.

Sukjong offered visual art and writing workshops in
Woodside, Queens, working with local women to create
a beauty magazine that celebrates immigrant women’s
stories and questions common standards of beauty.

beluvid ola-jendai, HARLEM: HARLEM ON MY MIND, TOO
beluvid set up a mobile recording booth where he
collected community members’stories about Harlem,
generating a compilation CD shared with the public at a
listening party at Countee Cullen Library.

Our Create Change fellowship supports 15 socially-engaged
artists through a comprehensive series of workshops, expert
consultations, mentorship, and experiential learning. The program
culminated with neighborhood-based public programs organized
by Fellows and presented during our annual Field Day festival.

Sara Abdullah, Seyi Adebanjo, Suzanne Broughel, Ro Garrido, Denae Hannah, Leon James, Rich Johnson, Alison
Kibbe, Taja Lindley, Nadia Mohamed, Sasha Phyars-Burgess, Sarah Rowe, Priscilla Stadler, Katherine Toukhy,
Nehemoyia Young


Sonia is a Harlem-based artist and photographer. She was a Create Change Fellow in 2011 and has since worked
with The LP as a teaching artist, at The Laundry Room on 116th Street and at The Studio Museum in Harlem.
“I found out about the Create Change Fellowship at a crucial time—I’d been making images outside in my
neighborhood and wanted to engage neighbors in a meaningful way as collaborators, not simply as passers-by or
witnesses to my practice. The program informed how I imagined my work, and gave me confidence to take risks
and challenge myself.
Art that connects people, that
happens where we live and work,
involves regular folks as participants /
actors / subjects / authors, as
central pieces in the artistic puzzle.
I think the ‘why’ is more important
than the ‘how.’ Know yourself.
Surround your work and practice
with others who fuel you, who have
different specialties, and lend support
whenever you can, especially to
other artists. These are things I am
constantly telling myself. It’s all part
of the process.”

We held our largest ever annual public art potluck, a dinner party to celebrate our 2014 Create Change artists, with
over 120 guests attending, hosted by our friends the Sadie Nash Leadership Project.


Our programming meets New Yorkers where they are: in
laundromats, libraries, parks, schools, and other everyday
spaces. In 2014, our community arts education programs
engaged 4,585 New Yorkers.

In 2014, we offered over 50 free drop-in art workshops at partner laundromats in Bed-Stuy, Harlem, and Hunts Point
and other community spaces, inviting participants to respond to locally relevant topics, such as police-community
relations, the neighborhood cultural and historical preservation, and environmental activism.

Greening the City is an annual festival focused on environmental awareness, urban beautification, and wellness,
presented in collaboration with the Hunts Point Fish Parade and Summer Festival at Barretto Point Park in Hunts
Point, The Bronx. Activities included Zumba classes, environmentally themed art workshops, a cooking demo, and a
workshop on the nuts and bolts of launching community gardens.
Our partners included The BLK Projek, Grow Green Ambassadors, Harlem Grown, Harlem Wellness Center, Kelly
Street Garden, and The Point CDC.



In April 2014, we piloted Print Change, an intensive after-school course for youth to illustrate their perspectives on
pressing issues in their neighborhood by studying the history and practice of printmaking. We offered the course
in partnership with The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s Liberation Program and the Brooklyn Community Arts & Media
High School.


In partnership with La Casa Azul Bookstore, we presented a symposium and workshop on the impact of rapid
neighborhood change on artists in New York City, addressing how artists and arts organizations can be stabilizing
forces in their own neighborhoods. This two-part event featured a panel discussion, and a hands-on workshop offering
tangible resources for artists seeking housing sustainability.


Our annual Field Day festival highlights the full range of our programs, celebrating neighborhood
arts and culture in our anchor neighborhoods: Bedford-Stuyvesant, Harlem, and Hunts Point.
In each neighborhood, we offered community art workshops at our partner laundromats, studio visits
with our artists-in-residence, and creative walks highlighting neighborhood culture and history, and
public art programs organized by our Create Change Fellows.


Public Programs organized by 2014 Create Change Fellows:




A social hub for community members
to share information and engage with
each other and the stories left behind
by previous participants.

A day of art making and yoga
workshops, including community
sculpture, pinata making, garden
tours, healthy cooking demos, a popup living room and story circle, and a
multimedia installation on the history
of Kelly Street.

An art making party for the People’s
Climate March featuring a community
sound collage and climate change
solution tree.

Lead Partners:
Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association, Boogie Down Rides, Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education,
Kelly Street Garden, The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, WE ACT for Environmental Justice, and Workforce Housing Group.



In January, we completed Power of Perception, a
media action curriculum with 25 students at Brooklyn
Community Arts & Media High School. Youth
participants explore perception and bias and activate
their power of self-expression. The curriculum is now
available on our website.


We published a Community Mapping Workbook
available for download on our website to offers
tools and strategies for engaging neighbors to
generate responsive, interactive art experiences.


2014 was a year of ambitious growth. We re-launched our
SOAPBOX benefit, carried out the People Powered Challenge, our
annual grassroots fundraising campaign, and dramatically expanded
our donor base. We also appointed three new board members and
grew our Catalyst Circle.

Our SOAPBOX benefit in May,
honoring artists and LP alumni
Rachel Falcone and Michael Premo,
was an elegant party , expanding
our circle of supporters, while
raising over $42,000 toward our
programs. Our Honorary Co-Chairs
were Julie Mehretu, Wangechi Mutu,
and Jessica Rankin. Our Co-Chairs
were Dr. Erika Faust and Anne
Huntington. Featured artist Derrick
Adams contributed a special print
edition for the occasion.

Our 2014 People Powered Challenge, a ten-day grassroots fundraising campaign, was a massive success! With
51 People Movers (half of them Create Change alumni artists) leading the charge, we raised $27,776 from a total
of 525 donors—representing five countries and 26 U.S. states, plus D.C.—and including generous matching gifts
from the Theo Westenberger Estate, WestFuller Advisors, and an anonymous donor.


We were honored to receive so much public recognition of our work in 2014: we won an Arts Entrepreneurship Award
from Fractured Atlas; our program director, Petrushka Bazin Larsen, was a madrina at El Museo del Barrio’s Three
Kings Day Parade; and our alumni won numerous prestigious awards, including an NEA Fellowship in Poetry (LaTasha
N. Diggs, 2010); a Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship (Kameelah Rasheed, 2013); and Rauschenberg
Foundation’s Artist as Activist travel grants (to Shani Peters, 2013 and Tattfoo Tan, 2010).


JANUARY 1, 2014 - DECEMBER 31, 2014



Foundations & Business Grants: 53%
Government Grants: 16%
Individual Contributions: 15%
Earned Revenue: 10%
Special Events: 6%

Programs: 78%
Management & General: 10%


Fundraising: 12%

Please note:


63% of The LP’s 2014 operating expenditures were covered by restricted funds raised in 2013.
The LP ended 2014 with $191,308 in temporarily restricted net assets for future use.
The LP board contributed and / or raised 6.5% of the 2014 operating expenditures.
The LP has a reserve fund totaling three months of operating expenditures.

Naomi Beckwith, MCA Chicago
Dr. LeConté Dill, SUNY Downstate
Stephanie Dinkins, Stony Brook University
Dr. Erika Faust, Elite Orthodontics
Christopher Montgomery, KPMG
Julie Simon (Secretary), NYC Economic
Development Corp.
Risë Wilson (Founder & Chair),
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Dexter Wimberly, Independent Curators International

Gonzalo Casals, The High Line
Dudley Del Balso
Ryan Dennis, Project Row Houses
Sherry Dobbin, Times Square Alliance
Richard Flood, New Museum
Ian Fuller, WestFuller Advisors
Catherine Gund, Aubin Pictures
Kathy Halbreich, Museum of Modern Art
Sophie Henderson, Independent Arts Consultant
Daria Ilunga & Mark Reed, Contact Fund
Colleen Keegan, Keegan Fowler Companies
Steve Kest, Service Employees International Union
Thomas Lax, Museum of Modern Art
Ruby Lerner, Creative Capital Foundation
Maureen Mahon & Brian Tate, NYU / Mapp Intl
Dawn McGee, Independent Business Consultant
Annette Mitchell Scott, ABC Television Network
Vanessa Perez Rosario, Brooklyn College
Kavita Rajanna, Foundational Questions Institute
Katy Rogers, Dedalus Foundation
Karen Stults, Maryland Institute College of Art
Emma Taati, Andrew Mellow Foundation
Saundra Thomas & Susan Siegel,
WABC-TV / Brooklyn Artery
Abigail & Derek van Straaten, Children’s Aid
Society /Independent Consultant
Andreas Waldburg-Wolfegg,
Columbia Wanger Asset Management
Lisa Yancey, Yancey Consulting
Sara Zuiderveen, NYC Dept of Homeless Services

Dawn McGee is an independent business consultant
and long-time supporter of The LP. Originally a
founding board member, she is now a part of our
Catalyst Circle, a group of leaders who make a longterm investment in our mission by contributing their
expertise, ideas, and financial support.
“When I joined the board...I understood that the first
step to creating change in one’s life is having the
capacity to envision a different future for oneself. But
this was an intellectual understanding until I began to
see The LP’s programming in action.
I think the thing I love most about my continued close
relationship with The LP is how it continues to develop
my understanding of art as a tool for individual and
social change.
Before The LP, artmaking was something I thought
should be reserved for a select group of Artists (note
that capital A). My relationship with The LP and Risë
taught me that we are all artists. These relationships
have also taught me that artmaking nourishes us
and can lead to broader perspectives and more richly
experienced lives. I’ve also broadened my definition of
art. I now see the potential to turn anything into part of
an artmaking practice.”




Petrushka Bazin Larsen, Program Director

361 Laundromat (Harlem)
Fulton Street Laundry (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
Marmy Laundromat (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
Mei Tai Laundromat (Bedford-Stuyvesant)
The Laundry Room (Harlem)
Longwood Laundromat (Hunts Point / Longwood)
Lucky Laundromat (Hunts Point / Longwood)

Kemi Ilesanmi, Executive Director
Yvette Ramírez, Program Associate
Akiva Steinmetz-Silber, Dev. & Comm. Associate

Ashley Browne, Bookkeeping
Ebony Noelle Golden, Cultural Organizing Consultant
Jessica Svenson, Grant Writing

Aeden Keffelew, Aisha Cousins, Alejandra Delfín,
Alice Mizrachi, Frank Hooker, Jasmine Murrell, Joseph
DONJAI Gilmore, ML Kinnel, Raul Ayala, Rosemary
Taylor, Sonia Louise Davis, Rajeeyah Finnie-Myers,
Sydnie Mosley, Shani Peters

Serena Adlerstein, Nina Austin, Kevin Chen, Aliyah
Hakim, Cheyenne Julien, Syeda Milliha, Valeria Luna
Ruiz, Shristi Shrestha, Maat Silin, and Tyler Thomas.

Sara Abdullah, Serena Adlerstein, Raynier BaezGuerrero, Emily Baierl, Kim Bailey, Stephanie Barreto,
Mercedes Brown, Adalky Capellan, Arianna Chavez,
Bas Clark, Brittany Crowell, LaShanda Dandrich, Caitlin
Davis, Kamilah Duggins, Florencia Escudero, Ashleigh
Eubanks, Beth Fiedorek, Rajeeyah Finnie-Myers, Zoe
Flood, Nadia Fristensky, Darly Gailliard, Anand Gandhi,
Antolina Garcia, Ro Garrido, Nicole Goodwin, Malayna
Graham, Elena Guzman, Aliyah Hakim, Denae Hannah,
Alexis Harbour, Cindy Huitzil, Duccio Degli Innocenti,
Bronwyn James, Cheyenne Julien, Colleen Kelly, MD
Khan, Nick Kovac, Burroughs Lamar, Aleta Lee, Shirphie
Li, Katrina Lipinsky, Kylie Long, Natalia Lopez, Melissa
Liu, Rachel Manning, Jason Mass, DJ McDonald, Caz
Miles, Nadia Mohamed, Pamela Moore, Stacy Morales,
Blair Murphy, Public Allies New York, Shaldar Nurse,
Anya Opshinsky, Courtney Payne, Leighann Ramirez,
Victoria Rogers, Ingrid Romero, Ciara Ruddock, Miguel
Sanchez, Patricia Savage, Tanaisha Semidey, Maat Silin,
Anthony Snowden, Rachel Soares, Priscilla Stadler,
Abaye Steinmetz-Silber, Jessica Svenson, Alexandra
Tatarsky, Brent Terry, Raldenys Tolentino, Katherine
Toukhy, Hugette Touissaint, Lauren Nicole Travis, Gloria
Ventura, Darinka Vlahek, Callie Wile, Bryana Williams,
Kristen Williams, and Nehemoyia Young.

115th Street New York Public Library
Art Matters
Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association
BLK Projek
Boogie Down Rides
Broadway Housing Communities
Bronx Documentary Center
Bronx Family Justice Center
Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol
Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education
Fordham Road Business Improvement District
Countee Cullen Library
Frank White Memorial Garden
Green Mountain Energy Co.
Groundswell Community Mural Project
The High Line
Kelly Street Garden
Kim’s Hair Salon
La Casa Azul Bookstore
Lawyers Alliance for New York
Macombs Bridge Library
Macon Library
New Beginnings Charter School
Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership
Open Engagement Forum
Pa-paya Seed
Poe Park
The Point CDC
Queens Museum
Queens Pride House
Sadie Nash Leadership Project
St. George’s Library
Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling
WE ACT for Environmental Justice
Woodside Public Library
Workforce Housing Group

Agnes Gund, The Andy Warhol Foundation for
the Visual Arts, David Rockefeller Fund, Dedalus
Foundation, EILEEN FISHER, Foundation for
Contemporary Arts, Joan Mitchell Foundation, Lambent
Foundation, Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Mary Duke
Biddle Foundation, Materials for the Arts, Muriel Pollia
Foundation, The Nathan Cummings Foundation,
National Endowment for the Arts, the New York City
Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with
the City Council, The New York State Council on the
Arts, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, the Theo
Westenberger Estate, The Union Square Art Awards

Sarah D. Abbas, Fatin Abbas, Sharon Abbott, Sara E.
Abdullah, Hajarah Abdus-Sabur, Rachel Abileah, George
L. Acevedo, Wendell Adjetey, Sarah R. Adlerstein, Ana
Adlerstein, Larry Adlerstein, Nancy Agabian, Chitra
Aiyar, Kamari Alexander, Nadia Alexis, Raquel de Anda,
Justin D. Anderson, Mayumi Ando, Anonymous, Tomie
Arai, Curtis Archer, Dolores Arevalo, Mark Aronson,
Andrea Arroyo, Karen Asakawa, Hossannah Asuncion,
Maryellen W. Atkins, Caron Atlas, Aimee Aubin, Merle
Augustin, Raul Ayala, Michele K. Baer, Leslie Barker,
Allison Barlow, Stephanie A. Barreto, Anne Barrett,
Bridget Bartolini, Carole Bartolini, Jessica Bartolini,
Joseph Bartolini, Juliana Bartolini, Teresa Basilio, Chloe
Bass, Petrushka Bazin Larsen, Naomi Beckwith,
Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani, Anna Berg, Jeffrey Berger,
Stacey Bernstein, Lauren A. Bierly, Catherine Bihun,
Michelle Billies, Kara Bilotta, Bethany M. Bingham, Haifa
Bint-Kadi, Valerie Bolger, Aliya Bonar, Linda Bonilla,
Jennifer Boulle, Erick Boustead, Kristin Bradley-Bull,
Laura H. Braslow, Emmett S. Brennan, Matthew Broach,
Nina & Pat Brock, Aimee M. Brockman, Shannon S.
Brookshire, Allison Brown, Gasby Brown, Ashley
Browne, Gail Buckland, Yakubu Budu-Saaka, Andrew
Bui, Emily Burlinghaus, Jalylah Burrell, Anny Caba, Ann
Carey, Elizabeth Rollins Carollo, Lillian I. Carroll, Nicole
Caruth, Louis Chan, Cara C. Chard, Gerald Charles,
Sarah Charlop-Powers, Kevin Chen, Donna Chin, Erica
Cho, Amy Chou, Alexandra Chua, Allyson Chung, Blanca
Iris Cintron, Carey Clark, Kate Clark, Elvira Clayton,
Yussef Cole, Robert J. Colucci, Jennifer Wright Cook,
James Cook, Cynthee Cortes, Marissa Corwin, Shannon
Coughlin, Aisha Cousins, Shawn Crosby, Amanda
McDonald Crowley, Julie Cummings, Erlene Curry,
Bonnie Cushing, Cathy Dang, Dennis RedMoon
Darkeem, Arlene Davila, Sonia Louise Davis, Richard
De Koster, Claro De Los Reyes, Angela Degeorge,
Dudley Del Balso, Ryan Dennis, Michele DeRose,

Marit Dewhurst, Angela Diaz, Xenia Diente, Kristina Dill,
Leconté Dill, Thomas Dill, JoSemie Dill-Jackson,
Stephanie Dinkins, Sherry R. Dobbin, Lori B. Dodde,
Audrey Donaldson, Bridget Donlon, Jean Ann
Douglass, Mary-Jackelyn Downing, Kimberly Drew,
Karen E. Duda, Bethany A. Duerr, Kamilah Duggins,
Kilopatie S. Dwhaj, Mollie Eisenberg, Ellen Eisenman,
Salih Omar Eissa, Omene-Afua El, Barbara Elam, Jill
Elliott, Sean Elwood, Nicholas A. Enright, Laura
Epstein, Maria Espinosa, Chana Ewing, Devon Fairchild,
Rachel Falcone, Maura Falfan, Erika Faust, Paul
Fearon, Roderick Ferguson, Michelina Ferrara,
Courtenay Finn, Gene Finnie, Rajeeyah Finnie-Myers,
Deborah Fisher, Karen Fitzgerald, Richard Flood,
Patricia Flud, Mikhaila Fogel, Ivan Forde, Tekella Foster,
Lisa Frank, Rich Frank, Fisiwe Zwana Freeman, Ian
Fuller, Colette Gaiter, Ro Garrido, Christine Gaspar,
Joan Gaylord, Paul Gehring, Nohad el Ghosseini, V K.
Ghoussaini, Noelle Ghoussaini, Jessica Gibson, Arlen
Ginsburg, Gan Golan, Ebony Noelle Golden, Eduardo
Gomez, Steven M. Gonzalez, Yolanda Gordon, Juston
Gordon-Montgomery, Sally Greenspan, Gabriella
Gruder-Poni, Shanti Grumbine, Catherine Gund, Scott
M. B. Gustafson, Ruth Gyuse, Uraline Septembre
Hager, Omar I. Hakim, Kathy Halbreich, Liz Hamby,
Allison Janae Hamilton, Richard Hamilton, Jr., Carolyn
H. Harf, Geoffrey Harmmer, Nicole Haroutunian, Diedra
Harris-Kelley, Liselotte Harrity, Anna Harsanyi, Kyle
Hatzes, Mara R. Hausler, Elizabeth Hausler, Lucas D.
Heinkel, Gloria Heller, Jill Heller, Sophie Henderson,
Maria Herrera, Naomi Hersson-Ringskog, Karen
Hessel, Travis Hewitt, Federico Hewson, Edward Hillel,
Tony Howard Hillery, Michael Hilliker, Alison Hirsch,
Michael Hoeh, Felicity Hogan, Sukjong Hong, Dylan
House, Sarah Hromack, Karen Hsin, Chiung Kang
Huang, Darrell Hudson, Zoe Hudson, Erica Hunt,
Ijeoma Iheanacho, Tolawo Renee Ilesanmi, Kemi
Ilesanmi, Karen Ishizuka, Andrew Jacobson, Bronwyn
James, David Jenowe, Anna Lise Jensen, Mary Jeys,
Rasu Jilani, Kyra Jones, Ladi’Sasha Jones, Renee
Jones, Steve Jones, Joanne Joo, Nicholas
Kalogeropoulos, Michael Kamida, Beth A. Mangini
Kantor, Molly R. Kaufman, Richard Kazis, Nicole A.
Kearns, Colleen Keegan, Aeden Keffelew, Lauren
Kelley, Trang Pham Kelly, Karen Kennedy, Martin &
Ruth Kest, Steve Kest, Bibi Khan, Rohin S. Khemani,
Alison Kibbe, David Kibbe, Rose M. Kim, Jonathan
King, A. Kochiyama-Holman, Carolina Kroon, Candace
Kurtz, Dorothy Lam, Carolyn Lambert, Shana Lassiter,
Jeffrey Lau, Shirley Lau, Thomas J. Lax, Lily Leal, Soo
Young Lee, Sara Lee, Ehize Lee, Seyeon Lee, David J.
Leonard, Ruby Lerner, Christine Licata, Janet Liff,

Esther Light, Glenn Ligon, Edward Lin, Ayeshah Little,
Michael Litwack, Lynn Lobell, Aristides Logothetis,
Anna Loizeaux, Douglas M. London, Barbara S.
London, Natalia Lopez, Stephen Lowry, Gary Lucero,
Beverly Luchfeld, Amy E. Lucker, Elizabeth A. Lynch,
Rebecca Lynch, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Matthew Lyons,
Joel Maffei, Pooneh Maghazehe, Jennifer Magida,
Maureen Mahon, Costanza Maio, Eric Mallory, Jessie
Mansbacher, Silvia Mantilla, Juan Manzo, Jeffrey A.
Margolies, Micaela Martegani, Cheryl Martin, John
Martin, Carlos Martinez, Brock Mayers, Serigne Mbaye,
Laurie Mccants, Jared Mccormick, Dawn McGee, Doris
McMillon, Julie Mehretu, Julio Mejia, Annabelle
Meunier, Rita K. Michel, Meg Miles, Erin Miller, Scott
Millstein, Nicholas A. Minieri, Scott A. Minter, Elizabeth
Mogel, Nadia Mohamed, Sylvia Mohamed, Mary-Ann
Monforton, Lurlene Monteiro, Rashida Monteiro, Chris
Montgomery, Jaclyn R. Moore, Joe Moore, Danny
Morris, William Morthel, Sydnie Mosley, Jesus Mulero,
Sahar Muradi, Mary S. Myers, Jayasree V. Nambisan,
Judimar Negron, Rachel Nicolazzo, Sophie E.
Nimmannit, Genta Nishku, Raquel Noguera, James
O’Brien, Jake Obstfeld, Celia Odonnell, Craig Odonnell,
Kyle G. O’Donnell, Beluvid Ola-Jendai, Gabriela Oleary,
Anya Opshinsky, Noam Osband, Anna OverstromColeman, Naeemah Owens, Maia Cruz Palileo, Anna
Paningbatan, Ataahua Papa, Kelly Parrington, Monica
A. Peavy, Jessica Peavy, Christian Pena, Gary Pennock,
Maisha Perkins, Shani Peters, Susan Pfeffer, Vkara
Phifer-Smith, Emily Pinkowitz, Mary F Pinto, Maya R.
Pinto, Anna Poe-Kest, Karyn S. Polak, Zach Polett,
Jared Polis, Anne H. Pollack, Luis Pons, Anne Pope,
Julian Popham, Stuart Post, Michael Premo, Adam
Price, Diego A. Pulido, Heather Quinlan, Ellen M. Quish,
Ambreen Qureshi, Kavita Rajanna, Rosalba Lopez
Ramirez, Yvette Ramirez, Daniel Ranells, Jessica
Rankin, Katherine R. Rapp, Gwendolyn Y. Rasheed,
Prerana Reddy, Mark Reed, Gustin Reichbach,
Alexander Reyes, Adrienne Rice, Stephanie
Richardson, Brooke J. Richie-Babbage, Gary
Richmond, Diana Quinones Rivera, Richard Rivera,
Veronica Rivera, Michael Roberts, Diane Robertson,
Esther Robinson, Kevin Robinson, Robert Robinson,
Umberto Rodriguez, Katy M. Rogers, Tiffany Roman,
Ingrid I. Romero, Rossana Rossi, Regine Roumain,
Schwanda Rountree, Sarah Ellen Rowe, Katy Rubin,
Andrea Ryan, Seema Sabnani, Lori Salmon, Amy
Sananman, Adria Scharf, Jeanmarie Schieler, Lori
Schlabach, Nina Schulman, Rhonda Scott, Julia A.
Seko, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Alexander Sevilla, Todd
Shalom, Michael Shea, Judy Shen, Jill H. Shore,
Jennifer P. Shore, Shristi Shrestha, Romauli Sianipar,

Susan Siegel, Adrienne Silverman, Maxine F. Simon,
Julie Karen Simon, Marylu Simon, Rene J. Sing, Gurpal
Singh, Jennie Smith, Lawrence Smith, Shinique Smith,
Tchaikowsky Smith, Nuka Solomon, Mary South, John
C. Sparaci, Jr., Sarah Speare, Evalyn Stadler, Frances
Stadler, Gustavus Stadler, Jody Stadler, Priscilla
Stadler, Julie Stein, Devora Steinmetz, Joseph Abaye
Steinmetz-Silber, Akiva Steinmetz-Silber, Beruria
Steinmetz-Silber, Shifra Steinmetz-Silber, Debra
Sterling, Marcus Strickland, Karen Stults, Jessica
Svenson, Didier Sylvain, Tani Takagi, Vivienne Tan,
Claire Tancons, Brian Tate, Julia Taylor, Trish Tchume,
Joelle M. Tepaske, Telma Torres Teran, Brent Terry,
Lexy Terry, Alexandra Tetrault, Roshani Thakore, Mario
Theriault, Patricia A. Thomas, Tyler D. Thomas, Hank
Willis Thomas, Saundra Thomas, Tiana Thomas,
Virginia Thomas, Azure Thompson, Juhu Thukral,
Michael Tolani, Joan Tolman, Eddie Torres, Nabila M.
Toukhy, Katherine Toukhy, Elizabeth Traina, Alexander
Tran, Hanh Tran, Agnieszka Trojniak, Farra Trompeter,
Salem Negash Tsegaye, Lindsay Turley, Annisah
Um’’Rani, Marie Ung, Robert Unger, Abigail Van
Straaten, J l. Vearey, Philippe Vergne, Kayla Vinson,
Suzanne Vitt, Andreas Waldburg-Wolfegg, Ruth
Walfish, Renate Wardlaw, Susan A. Ware, Candace
King Weir, Neile Weissman, Jon Werberg, Casey A.
Weston, Jonathan Wilcove, Masai Williams, Nadia
Williams, Elizabeth Wilson, Risë Wilson, Justina Wong,
Alea Woodlee, Tracee Worley, Joanne B. Wright, Deearah
Renee Wright, Lisa Yancey, Yvonne Yang, Atiba R. Yarde,
Jennella Young, Jewel Sophia Younge, Betty Yu, Laura
Zabel, Lara A. Zoble, Mary Zuiderveen, and
Sara Zuiderveen.