Genres Fine Arts

WE DARE DEFEND OUR RIGHTS: The Gun Show

Space One Eleven

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Under the banner of the state motto, “We dare defend our rights,” some Alabamians defend rights for gun ownership, while others defend rights for safety from gun violence. Space One Eleven has invited ten artists to exhibit artwork in response to this issue. Read More

Women and their Work I: Affect + Action

Space One Eleven

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

Women with their Work is a series of all-women group art exhibitions. The first group exhibition, Women and their Work I: Affect + Action features artists who address social issues ranging from institutionalized racism, water pollution, the atrocities of war, and the subjugation of female bodies. Read More

Women with their Work III: Materiality

Space One Eleven

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

Women with their Work is a series of all-women group art exhibitions. Women with their Work III: Materiality is the third and final group exhibition in the series and features female sculptors. Read More

Miracle Grow

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Miracle Grow is a site specific wallpaper installation in which patterning and historical decoration of mid-century kitchen wallpaper has been co-opted to explore the glorification of herbicides and pesticides in the 21st century. Read More

This is repetitive/But nothing has changed

Stroebe, Suzanne

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

This is repetitive/But nothing has changed was a solo exhibition at SOHO20 Gallery in the Chelsea arts district of New York City. Stroebe received a Puffin Foundation grant to produce a limited edition artist book in conjunction with the exhibiti Read More

Arabesques

Stuckgold, Debra

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

This work examines the balance between structure and decay through the depiction of Arabesques, intricate motifs based on floral and plant designs. The motifs are seen in various states of decomposition,commenting on a decaying social order. Read More

no/Dreams of Yorba Linda

Stuttman, Paula

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

“no/Dreams of Yorba Linda” positions the legacy of Richard M. Nixon as a framework for exploring the instability of human nature. It’s a project of loose connections worked out in the medium of paint. Read More

DNA Totem

Suprina

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

The DNA Totem is a 9’ high model of the DNA strand: made of steel pipe and Detritus. It's located in Marcus Garvey Park, and is on view from Mar. 26-Sept. 30, 2016. The DNA Totem refers to our evolution and the footprint we leave behind. Read More

Art and Politics Now Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis

Susan Noyes Platt

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

A series of presentations and interactions on the subject of art and politics, focusing on resisting police states, exposing racism, artists strategies for activism, border crossing, opposing globalization Read More

Tenderloin Art Lending Library

Tenderloin Art Lending Library

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

TALL, the Tenderloin Art Lending Library, is a neighborhood-based, queer-artist - run-project, that loans original artwork, much of it by Tenderloin artists, to poor Tenderloin residents and others free-of-charge. Modeled on social practice, TALL cre Read More

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