Genres Fine Arts

Artistic Responses to the Holocaust Using New Technology

Nobler, Leslie

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

I am creating a body of work AND art lessons for educators about WWII & the Holocaust. After researching Anne Frank and other heroes/survivors on-site and through literature, I respond with digital prints, art books, & “history-through-art” workshops Read More

The Indifference of Wisdom

NURTUREart

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Indifference of Wisdom questions our social norms by looking for works that embody transgression. We all seem to follow a pattern everyone is afraid to divert from. Read More

Map of Water Project

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

With a fascination for maps, the concept of mapping, and a deep sense of environmental changes, artist Susan Osgood began a series of monotype prints, paintings and drawings seeking to find and document the very essence of water. Read More

Counterpoint Project

Patrick Earl Hammie

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

This project is a co-creation with Patrick Earl Hammie and dancer and choreographer Endalyn Taylor that explores, discusses, and reframes the ongoing cultural and critical contributions of black ballerinas in dance and visual culture. Read More

The Art of Ideas Exhibition

Paul Gazda

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

“The Art of Ideas,” embodying Paul Gazda’s most challenging and provocative work, offers viewers an immersion into many contemporary topics via the condensed, stimulating experience that only visual art can provide. Read More

Interspecies Dialogues

Pindell, Deanna

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

This ongoing series of installations and performative conversations seeks to heal the dualism between Humans and Non-human Others. Can deep listening and empathetic response help to resolve our ecological crisis? Read More

Mapping Violence

Regal, Celeste

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Codex format, with six signatures, where text drawn from internet news sources, resides next to hand-painted atlas fold maps. Images of women grace the country's topography. Brass metalwork and attachments on cover reference sacred books. Read More

Art Class at Sing Sing

Rehabilitation Through The Arts

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

RTA is an established leader in arts-in-corrections, producing theatre, dance, music, creative writing and visual arts workshops and performances in five maximum and medium-security New York State prisons. Read More

ArtSourced: Call Center

Roth, Yumi Janairo; Wasserman, Nadine

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

ArtSourced: Call Center is a collaborative project that functions as exhibition & performance space where creative blocks & artistic difficulties are explored & solved; where callers with creativity problems can talk to artist volunteer facilitators. Read More

NYC: Struggles and Survival Strategies

Rubenstein, Judith

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

This booklet is to introduce New Yorkers to each other.  My political hope is that if we see each other as compatriots in the struggle, we will join in addressing the real powers that keep us all down. I narrate my rambling around NYC, describing, in words and prints, struggling New Yorkers. Read More

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