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Artists

Suite Sandy Boulevard
Lou Watson
Year Grant Awarded 2015

Suite Sandy Boulevard is an experimental concert which takes the eponymously named road in Portland, Oregon as its theme. The show features choreographed leaf-blowers, operatic vocals (using billboards as lyrics) and storefront guessing games. :: more

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Website > http://www.louwatson.net


 

The Soul of a River (Mo Shui)
Marsha McDonald
Year Grant Awarded 2011

Representing visually mindful, grounded conversations between landscape and perception, this project, created a meditational, sequenced seasonal portrait of the Milwaukee River, a workshop, and a visual/land language reading by poet Robert Grenier. :: more

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Website > http://www.marshamcdonaldart.com


 

Mary DeWitt: Women Lifers training Canine Partners for Life
Mary DeWitt
Year Grant Awarded 2011

I paint the portraits and record the voices of a select group of life-sentenced women. Several women now train puppies for the disabled in the program Canine Partners for Life. I pair their voices describing this with the development of my portraits. :: more

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Website > http://www.marydewitt.net; http://www.juvenilelifers.com; http:/www.lifersontile.com; www.leeway.org


 

Space as Substance: Beyond the Scenic Hudson
Matthew Friday
Year Grant Awarded 2015

A mobile and modular field station used to document the changing ecologies of the Hudson River watershed and accompanying public programming displayed at Wave Hill. :: more

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Website > http://www.matthewfriday.net


 

The North Wind and the Sun
McLaurin, Cathy
Year Grant Awarded 2013

The North Wind and the Sun tells the story of a community in significant transition both economically and demographically. It is an interrogation of what meaning can be made of home when home is a distant place in ever-shifting territory. :: more

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Website > http://www.cathymclaurin.com


 

The Hart Island Project: Shades of America
Melinda Hunt
Year Grant Awarded 2010

The Hart Island Project is an artist community collaboration to visualize people buried the public cemetery operated by the New York City Department of Correction. Relatives of those located through the project submit photos for landscape/portraits. :: more

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Website > ht


 

Bonaparte/Patterson
MIchael Kirby - Murals of Baltimore (2006)
Year Grant Awarded 2006

A mural depicting the love affair between Napolean's younger brother, Jerome Bonaparte, and a girl from Baltimore, Elizabeth Patterson. The mural is a 3D Street Art project that is meant to be viewed on an angle. :: more

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Website > www.muralsofbaltimore.com


 

Surreal
MIchael Kirby - Murals of Baltimore (2008)
Year Grant Awarded 2008

A 3D street painting created using anamorphic or forced perspective. Michael Kirby developed this unique style while studying art 20 years ago. This ephemeral street painting was created in the state of Maryland :: more

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Website > www.muralsofbaltimore.com


 
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