This Progress Report was updated
March 1, 2021.
How are we doing? Here are the stats:
$1750 Collected so far towards the purchase of exhibition materials and signage (three banners have been purchased so far at $149 each up to four additional banners are planned), and shipping crates
$3500 In-kind donations (estimated), including graphic design, website design, photography and videography)
$5250 total in-kind + cash donations
The Mourning Project is now a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Mourning Project must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Make your checkes payable to Fractured Atlas and send them to Mary Vaneecke, 2000 S Hermosa Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85713. To donate directly to The Mourning Project via Fractured Atlas using your credit card, click here.
Panels Completed/pledged: 99/225 (If you want to become a panelist, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your pattern). Three hundred pairs are in reserve for smaller installations. Here is how the image would look if we installed it today:
We are adding booties to the project every day. Stay tuned for more updates! Click here to see close ups of each panel.
Until it is safe to meet in person, all TMP in-person events are on hold. Click here to see the exhibitions we have had to date.
Please stay safe, stay home if you can, get your vaccination, and make some booties! CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW YOU CAN HELP.
The Mourning Project is now a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Mourning Project must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Cash donations are not deductible. To make an online donation, click here.
Here is our latest online exhibition, called One Day’s Disparity, which highlights the difference in black and white infant mortality rates in the US. Did you know you are more likely to survive to your first birthday if you are born to a white American woman with a high school education than a black American woman with a college degree?