Genres Fine Arts

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

“A BRIDGE TO FAME”

Ryland, Lori

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

"ART LAUNCH PROGRAM FOR YOUNG PEOPLE & TEENS" developed out of scholarship monies provided by the Puffin Foundation to provide art instruction & art supplies to teens in need or at risk at loriryland.com ART STUDIO & GALLERY, in Sandy, Oregon. Read More

I Pledge Allegiance

Sabater, Annette

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

I Pledge Allegiance is a response to the divisions and need for unity in our country. Various themes are rendered in oil pastel and graphite on paper. Collage works made from prints of the original pieces will represent unity. This exhibit is scheduled for September 2020 in Portland Oregon. Read More

Composition for Forests

Shawn Skabelund

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

A site-specific, place-based installation designed for concert pianist Janice ChenJu Chiang to perform inside the work, and for viewers to be allowed to wander through the installation as they listened to the performance. Read More

NYC in Transition

Shechter, Laura

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A group of my recent paintings are of blighted/industrial areas of NYC, many with graffiti. Each painting is a moment since the buildings could be razed, renovated and graffiti, written over.I render the graffiti with the same care as 19th. C. vase. Read More

I Can Only Imagine

Sklar, Hannah

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Through mixed media ceramic sculptures and layered graphite drawings, I attempt to dismantle visual norms of social categorization, pertaining to the performance of gender. I utilize abstraction as a way to create an undefined spectrum of beauty—A boundless queer abstraction. Read More

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 II: Reflections

Space One Eleven

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

Women with their Work is a series of all-women group art exhibitions. Women with their Work II: Reflections, the second exhibition in the series, features works by artists considering the theme of identity. 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

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