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Artists

Hands up Dis/Unity Make This Not Us Against Them aka Border Conjure Dazzle
Baker-Tarpaga, Esther
Year Grant Awarded 2015

A performance installation created by an interdisciplinary team united to confront racism through art. :: more

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Website > http://www.btdanceproject.com


 

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and How It Changed Everything??
Berger, Susan L
Year Grant Awarded 2015

I created a middle three large panels giving the history of women who worked in the factories and the 1909 strike of women marching and then to the horrific fire at the shirtwaist factory and death of 146 mostly women and the viewer becomes witness. :: more

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Website > http://www.susanlberger.com


 

Amazonomachy
Bonnie Fillenwarth
Year Grant Awarded 2010

I linked the ancient Amazon women who would amputate a breast in order to better shoot a bow and arrow to the modern day fight against breast cancer. A portion of the sales went to local breast cnacer research. :: more

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Website > http://www.bonniefillenwarth.com


 

Stack and Rack
BroLab Collective
Year Grant Awarded 2013

A large scale public sculpture, Stack and Rack, consists of sixteen modular blocks assembled in two variations on during Newark Open Doors 2012 in Newark, NJ. :: more

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Website > http://brolab.org/projects/#/stack-and-rack/


 

Unified Field
Caitlin Masley
Year Grant Awarded 2010

These found plate glass works were made on location at the Abrons Art Center for AIRspace 2010. This site-specific installation was "grown" for the mass population to maximize their freedom to determine potential future of imagined structures. :: more

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Website > http://www.caitlinmasley.com


 

Portraits of the Ecological Self
Callas, Kimberly
Year Grant Awarded 2013

Is there an ecological self? Is there a place within us that remembers we are nature? Can this ‘self’ hold the answers about how to live sustainably within the cycles and limits of our home planet? I explore these questions through this art project. :: more

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Website > http://www.kimberlycallas.com


 

We are Tiger Dragon People
Colette Fu
Year Grant Awarded 2010

A series of photographic pop-up books of the 25 minority nationalities of Southwest China's Yunnan Province. :: more

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Website > http://www.colettefu.com


 

The Newark Arts Photo Documentary Project
Colleen Gutwein
Year Grant Awarded 2013

The Newark Arts Photo Documentary Project is a a documentary photographed with the Jem Jr. camera, manufactured in Newark Nj in the 1940's. The project creates portraits of contemporary artists and art activists currently working in Newark, NJ. :: more

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Website > www.colleengutwein.com


 
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