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The Greene Fellowship supports working artists in Colorado to develop their careers into financially self-sustaining pursuits through a $28,000 stipend, studio space, 1-on-1 business skills training and support, and network development. The program believes that the world benefits and heals from people pursuing their passions with ambitious and inspiring visions combined with practical strategies towards building success and financial independence. 

About:

Hannah Agosta

Hannah is a freelance illustrator living and working in Denver, CO. She holds a BFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia where she studied illustration and art history. She specializes in editorial illustration and has worked for numerous publications such as The New York Times, Science Magazine, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and more. Although much of her success can be attributed to hard work and dedication, she wouldn’t be where she is today without the love and support of her partner, Brad Greene. In August of 2021, Brad passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. This fellowship was borne out of a desire to support dedicated and driven artists, in the way Brad supported Hannah. They both believed that the world benefits from creativity and artistic expression. Hannah hopes this fellowship will be a unique opportunity for Denver artists to feel fully supported in the pursuit of their passions.

Alexander S. Blum

Alexander is the Managing Partner of Two Prime, an asset management firm. He is based in Evergreen, CO. He holds a BA from Tufts University and an MS in Global Technology and Development from Arizona State University. He formerly worked as a technology and finance advisor to The World Economic Forum, Gates Foundation, and a number of Fortune 500 companies. He previously served in the Peace Corps in Panama and developed a passion for putting capital to work for social good. Alexander is inspired by determined individuals working to make their visions a reality.