Stay Tuned for Upcoming Details of the 2020 GIA Virtual Convening
The registration for the 2020 GIA Virtual Convening will be opening next month. As we prepare for a new kind of annual gathering this November, we share with you work from Mequitta Ahuja, who will provide this year’s art. Syrian visual artist Diana Al-Hadid describes Ahuja’s practice
as both powerful and discursive, “Her mission is to change the expectation of the self-portrait, in particular of women or people of color, who are expected to mine their personal biographies as case studies in our social condition.” Learn more about her work here
Grantmakers in the Arts’ Newest Member
Grantmakers in the Arts Board Ballot: Vote now!
If you are the primary contact for your organization, you should have received an email yesterday directing you to the ballot to vote for the GIA board of directors. Candidates for the GIA board were selected earlier this year from GIA member nominations and recommended by the GIA nominating committee. The GIA board ballot will close on Monday July 27, 2020 at midnight EDT.
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