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AG-WF is an artist collective in the Lower East Side
Caleb Aero is a graffiti artist and the founder of Aerosol Art Parks. He is based in Los Angeles.
Jen Abrams, Louise Ma, Carl Tashian, Rich Watts, and Caroline Woolard are the founders of OurGoods and Trade School, helping people barter for classes, goods, and anything else. They are based in Brooklyn.
Garnett Alcindor is the founder of Candy Rush, Social Media for Kids, and a member of the Franklin Ave Merchants Association in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Doug Ashford is anartist, writer, and professor at Cooper Union, and was a member of the artist collaborative Group Material from 1982-1996.
Archie and Jeff are founders of PlayLab an art/architecture firm responsible for the NYC Plus Pool project.
Petrushka Bazin Larsen is the program director at Laundromat Project, sponsoring artists to take up residency at their local laundromats as well as providing art workshops at laundromats throughout New York and Philadelphia
Chloe Bass is an artist, former organizer of Arts in Bushwick, founder and lead organizer at SITE fest, and professor at Brooklyn College
Ellie Balk is a public artist whose murals can be found throughout Ft.Greene and Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Dan Bejar is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn and currently in residence in the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s workspace.
Achille Bianchi is a member of OmniCorp Detroit, a hacker space.
BG183 is a member of Tats Cru graffiti group in the Bronx.
Jon Blount is an organizer at Detroit Summer, a youth-led organization that uses art to talk about and tackle community problems.
Tania Bruguera is an artist currently working on her 5-year project Immigrant Movement International.
Carey Clark is the visual arts director at The Point in Hunts Point, Bronx.
Sharon De La Cruz is the program director of A.C.T.I.O.N. and W.O.M.E.N. at the Point and graffiti artist.
Stephen Duncombe is a professor at NYU’s Center for Artistic Activism.
Tom Finkelpearl is the executive director of the Queens Museum of Art.
Camilo Godoy, intern at Immigrant Movement International and art student at the New School in New York.
Naomi Hersson-Ringskog is theexecutive director of No Longer Empty bringing contemporary art to unusual spaces throughout the city.
Edward Hillel is an artist and founder of the Harlem Bienalle.
Remy Holwick is a painter, muralist, and designer in Los Angeles.
Erik Howard is the founder of The Alley Project, an outdoor graffiti gallery in Detroit.
Aurash Khawarzad is a member of guerilla art/architecture collective Do Tank Brooklyn.
Gwyneth Leech is an artist whose most recent work was Hypergraphia, an exhibition of artistic coffee cups on display at the FlatIron Building.
Cheryl Mcginnis is a curator at the Flatiron Prow Art Space
Shantell Martin is an artist expanding conventional definitions of drawing and animation to transform visual experience in the design, fashion and music industries.
Naomi Miller and Katarina Jerinic are founders of The Work Office, currently in the Bronx, an updated Works Progress Association that hires artists to work in and for their communities.
Terry Marshall is a community organizer and co-founder of Occupy Comix based in Brooklyn.
Eve Mosher is an artist and interventionist living and working in New York City.
Partizaning is an activist art collective in Moscow, Russia.
Dan Pitera is a professor of architecture at UD Mercy and an advisor to TAP.
Pebbles and Jon founders of Centre-Fuge street art gallery in the East Village.
Heidi Quante arts organizer at 350.org in San Francisco.
Rebeca Ramirez is on the board of the Washington Ave Merchants Association and is the Commercial Revitalization Manager for Heart of Brooklyn.
Amanda Sansoterra, Assistant to the artist Tyree Guyton at the Heidelberg Project, director of HP’s Emerging Artist Program and intern/volunteer coordinator.
Michael Sclafani is the owner of Park Delicatessen and a board member of the Washington Ave Merchant Association.
Dread Scott makes revolutionary art–to propel history forward.
Jose Serrano-McClain is the co-founder of Trust Art, a community that supports public art in New York City.
Cameron Sinclair is the Executive Director of Architecture for Humanity.
Stacey Sheffy is theVP of Crow Hill Community Association.
Mike Zuckerman is a photographer whose most recent project was putting up a memorial wall with the Cite Soliel community in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Lana Zellner and Kristen Svorka are the founders of Ground Up and responsible for the public project Art not Arrests in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.