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Partners & Supporters

Catalyst Circle

The Laundromat Project’s Catalyst Circle are a community of monthly sustainers who support key aspects of our 6-month Fellowship Program, including transformative workshops, creative materials, and professional development opportunities with leading practitioners in the field. As Catalysts, they advance artists and neighbors as change agents in their own communities and are integral to our work.

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Ariel Adkins

Catherine Almonte

Tomie Arai

Salome Asega

Suhaly Bautista 

Taylor Black

Leenda Bonilla

Thomas Boman

Gonzalo Casals

Mishi Castroverde

Glenn Charles

Solana Chehtman

Jessica Chrastil

Robin Clark

Elvira Clayton 

Elena Conte

Walter Cruz

Ricky DaCosta

Dudley Del Balso

Marit Dewhurst

Xenia Diente

Stephanie Dinkins

Katie Dixon

Kimberly Drew 

Sean Elwood

Fernanda Espinosa

Olivia Fagon

Richard Flood

Novella Ford

Sunanda  Ghosh

Tamara Greenfield 

Sonia Guinansaca

Catherine Gund

Elizabeth Hamby 

Kathy Halbreich

Lindsay Harris

M A Harisiadis

Steven Hudson 

Suzy Myers Jackson

Kameelah Janan Rasheed

Colleen Keegan

Steve Kest

Chet Kincaid 

Emily Krell

Christina Kruise

Thomas Lax

Justine Ludwig

Maureen Mahon and Brian Tate

Scott Millstein

Hannah Parker

Sheetal Prajapati

Nefertari Kirkman-Bey Pross

Prerana Reddy

Katy Rubin

Mark Shortliffe 

Xaviera Simmons

Julie Simon 

Amanda Slaughter

Paula Smith 

Priscilla Stadler

Akiva Steinmetz-Silber

Sady Sullivan

Alexandra Sullivan

Julie Sutter

Michele Taylor-Henderson 

Diya Vij

Meredith Walters

Risë Wilson 

Caroline Woolard

Tracee Worley

DeeArah Wright 

Joanne Wright

Betty Yu

Sara Zuiderveen

Artist & Community Council

Our Artist & Community Council is comprised of socially engaged art professionals who live and/or work in the communities where our programming is located. They serve as both programmatic advisors and ambassadors to The LP over a year-long period.

  • Geoffrey Jackson Scott
  • Cordelia “Coco” June 
    Yon Vilaj
  • Ilk Yasha
    Studio Museum in Harlem
  • Leslie Jimenez
    Create Change Alumna
  • Mario Torres
    Bronx Museum fo the Arts
  • Larry Ossei-Mensah
    Independent Curator
  • Nico Wheadon
    The Studio Museum in Harlem
  • Ola Ronke Akinmowo
    Create Change Alumna
  • Ron Kavanaugh
    Literary Freedom Project
  • Sajata Epps
  • Suhaly Bautista-Carolina
    Brooklyn Museum/CCCADI
  • Sheetal Prajapati
    Pioneer Works
  • Elvira Clayton
    Create Change Alumna
  • DeeArah Wright 
    JACK/Gather Brooklyn
  • Christine Licata
    The Bronx Museum of the Arts
  • Faye Bonas
  • Lize Mogel
  • Claro de los Reyes
    Create Change alumnus
  • Charles Rice-Gonzalez
  • Nayantara Sen
  • Julien A. Terrel
    Brotherhood/Sister Sol
  • Luz Aguirre
    Mano a Mano
  • Chloë Bass
    Create Change alumna
  • Rich Blint
    Columbia University
  • Gabriel de Guzman
    Wave Hill
  • Lauren Haynes
    Studio Museum in Harlem
  • Sukjong Hong
    Create Change alumna
  • Sandra Jackson-Dumont
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Juanita Lanzo
    Longwood Art Gallery
  • Silvia Mantilla Ortiz
    Queens Museum
  • Dennis Redmoon Darkeem
    Create Change alumnus
  • Charles Rice-Gonzalez
  • Kendra Ross
  • Katherine Toukhy
    Create Change alumna
  • Shelley Vidia Worrell
  • Shay Wafer
    651 Arts
  • Linda Walton
    Harlem Arts Alliance
  • Haifa Bint-Kadi
    Create Change alumna
  • Leenda Bonilla
  • Ryan Dennis
    Project Row Houses
  • Raquel de Anda
    Independent Curator
  • Kianga Ford
    Parsons School of Design
  • Rujeko Hockley
    Brooklyn Museum
  • Rasu Jilani
    MAPP International
  • Sydnie Mosley
    Create Change alumna
  • Danny Peralta
    The Point CDC
  • Shani Peters
    Create Change alumna
  • Edwin Ramoran
    The Studio Museum in Harlem
  • Hatuey Ramos-Fermín
    Create Change alumnus
  • Favianna Rodriguez
    CultureStrike / Artist
  • Rosalba Rolón
    Pregones Theater
  • Sally Swzed
    Creative Time
  • Betty Yu
    Create Change alumna
  • Ujju Aggarwal
    Cultural Organizer
  • Tomie Arai
    Create Change alumna
  • Aisha Tandiwe Bell
    Create Change alumna
  • Rylee Eterginoso
    Weeksville Heritage Center
  • Xenia Diente
    Create Change alumna
  • Alexandra Garcia
    Queens Museum
  • Prachi Patankar
    Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
  • Maria Bauman
    Urban Bush Women
  • Daniel Carlton
  • Elvira Clayton
    Create Change alumna
  • Karen Demavivas
    New York Foundation of Arts
  • Gisela Insuaste
    Create Change alumna
  • Lizzetta LeFalle-Collins
    Museum of the African Diaspora
  • Christine Licata
    Boston Center for the Arts
  • Prerana Reddy
    Queens Museum
  • Krista Saunders
    Independent Curator
  • Micki Watanabe Spiller
    Create Change alumna
  • Karina Aguilera Skvirsky
    Create Change alumna
  • Anusha Venkataraman
    El Puente

Community Partners

Our community partners include artists, neighbors, peer arts organizations, civic and community based organizations, local businesses, and city agencies. We are proud to collaborate with Denniston Hill, Downtown Art, and The New School on creative projects for social change. The Laundromat Project is also a proud member of Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts New York.


The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

The Bay & Paul Foundations

The Cy Twombly Foundation

David and Minnie Berk Foundation

The David Teiger Foundation

Ford Foundation

The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

The Jerome Foundation

Lambent Foundation

Lily Auchincloss Foundation

Materials for the Arts


The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council

The New York State Council on the Arts

Mosaic Network and Fund in the New York Community Trust

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation

Stavros Niarchos Foundation

Tecovas Foundation

The Willem de Kooning Foundation

The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust


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