Instigator:Actions | Alliances | Exhibitions
Western Regional Advocacy Project
WRAP fights back against the criminalization and marginalization of homeless people. Art Hazelwood has the nom de arte of Minister of Culture with WRAP. In that role he does a lot of photoshop work, but also creates and recruits artists for the needs of WRAP's organizing.
Coalition on Homelessness
Since 1994 Hazelwood has been working with the Coalition on Homelessness, creating images for the Street Sheet, helping to organizng the annual Art Auction, and making posters.
In 2017 he received the Artwork as Revolution Award from the Coalition on Homelessness on the occasion of their 30th anniversary.
San Quentin State Prison
Prison Arts Project
In 2008, Hazelwood began working with the Prison Arts Project linocut teacher Katya McCulloch and her class at San Quentin. He has worked on several projects since then.
The Great Tortilla Conspiracy
Art Hazelwood was invited to join this prestigious, if mysterious cult in 2009 and has been a sullen, if occasionally humorous, member since then. Tortillas printed with edible ink! Food with a message! Art that is digestible!
Political Art Portfolios
New Poor People's Campaign/Justseeds
Jos Sances Collaborations
Arnett Watson Mural
Great Tortilla Conspiracy
A collective organized to publish literature that speaks to or from voiceless communities on the margins. Art Hazelwood has seen three books through to publication with the collective. House Keys Not Handcuffs, Hobos to Street People and Imagining Lynd Ward.