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Artolution

Org #41121
Vetted since 2017 Staff Favorite Site Visit Verified
2016
year founded
$10,620
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

The Artolution is a community-based public art organization that seeks to ignite positive social change through creative, participatory and collaborative art making. We facilitate projects around the world that connect diverse peoples in order to address challenges that they face daily and in the future and to develop common social objectives. Our projects bring together children, youth, families, artists, educators and community groups. Our founding objective is to address critical issues related to conflict, trauma, and social marginalization by cultivating sustainable initiatives that promote reconciliation, healing and community empowerment. Our process empowers artists, youth, and... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Camilo Echeverri
Camilo Echeverri
Joel Bergner
Joel Bergner
Max Frieder
Max Frieder
Josey Mikulyuk-Belitsky
Josey Mikulyuk-Belitsky
Team
Max Frieder, Joel Bergner
Organization Information
509 W 121st St
Suite 103
New York, NY 10027
United States
9178641997

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4014834485
Organization Information
509 W 121st St
Suite 103
New York, NY 10027
United States
9178641997

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #4014834485

Project Reports

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Apr 16, 2019
Empowering Women & Coexistence
The Artolution Rohingya artist team has been hard at work in collaboration with our humanitarian aid partners to activate Unicef’s “Model Mother Mobilisers” and “Youth...
Jan 16, 2019
Creating History
Since our last report, our Rohingya Artolution Artists have created history. Our Rohingya Artolution artist team has grown in both in size and scope. The team of artists has grown from 8 to ten...
Sep 17, 2018
Artolution builds Artist Team w/ Rohingya Refugees
Artolution co-directors Max Frieder and Joel Bergner arrived in mid-May to develop the Artolution Rohingya Program, following up on the work that Max did several months ago when he was first in the...
 
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