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Artists

The Journey Home Project
Lindsey Dunnagan
Year Grant Awarded 2015

This labyrinth is made from ideas of home. For the past year, people from North Texas and beyond submitted special locations and then I painted them onto clear acrylic walls that form a meditative path. The project offers a journey of treasures. :: more

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Website > http://lindseydunnagan.com/journey-home-project


 

New Generation Arts Lab
Lindsy Halleckson
Year Grant Awarded 2013

New Generation Arts Lab, a series of open studio events encouraged creativity, increased participation in the arts, and developed dialogue and connections within the Twin Cities community through activities that are unexpected, fun, and interactive. :: more

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Website > http://www.LindsyHalleckson.com


 

The Morrill Science Stairwell Mural II
Litchfield, Sandy
Year Grant Awarded 2011

The Morrill Science Stairwell Mural is a permanent wall drawing and mural at the University of Massachusetts Amherst commissioned by, the Biology and Geology Departments. :: more

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Website > www.sandylitchfield.com


 

Maternal Landscapes
Loomis, Jennifer
Year Grant Awarded 2013

Large 6’ wide photographic black and white prints of the pregnant nude shot on black and white film and printed on traditional gelatin silver fiber paper. The size abstracts the form leaving the viewer unable to recognize this body shape. :: more

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Website > http://www.jenniferloomis.com


 

Rural Women Unseen
Lorrie Bortner
Year Grant Awarded 2008

Represented through painting local rural women of the Taos, NM area. :: more

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Website > http://lorriebortner.com


 

Taos Community Mural
Lorrie Bortner
Year Grant Awarded 2010

Lorrie Bortner and local youth designed and executed a mural on the exterior wall of the Taos Youth and Family Center, Taos, NM. It includes cultural and seasonal elements. It's title is Seasons of Taos. Young children painted the fish on the bottom. :: more

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Website > http://www.lorriebortner.com


 

Lorton Art Program
Lorton Art Program
Year Grant Awarded 2010

The Lorton Art Program is a non-profit organization founded in 1975, which provides visual arts and art-based rehabilitative services to the DC Department of Corrections prison population with classes in drawing, painting and mixed media. :: more

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Website > http://www.lortonartprogram.org


 

Lorton Art Program
Lorton Arts
Year Grant Awarded 2015

Founded in 1975,Lorton Art Program (LAP) has provided education and training in the visual arts to thousands of men and women residents of the Department of Corrections facilities in Washington, D.C. :: more

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Website > http://www.lortonartprogram.org


 
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