Genres Fine Arts

Amazonomachy

Fillenwarth, Bonnie

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

I linked the ancient Amazon women who would amputate a breast in order to better shoot a bow and arrow to the modern day fight against breast cancer. A portion of the sales went to local breast cnacer research. Read More

Got Drought?

Fiorito, Karen

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

‘Got Drought?’ is a public art and social media campaign that raises awareness about how animal agriculture wastes water, pollutes the environment and contributes to climate change. Read More

Road Shrines: A Peripheral Blur

Flynn, Pamela

Year Grant Awarded: 2006

Road shrines are on most highways in New Jersey. One may or may not take note of them. This project acknowledges the existence of these shrines and acknowledges the importance of each one to someone. This project explores the pain of loss. One must a Read More

Sleep of Reason

Frank, Rachel

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

Through a series of tableaux vivants, Sleep of Reason borrowed poses, characters, and narratives in Francisco Goya’s Los Caprichos to examine the theatrical/performance implications of abuse as depicted in the Abu Ghraib photographs. Read More

Space as Substance: Beyond the Scenic Hudson

Friday, Matthew

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. Read More

We are Tiger Dragon People

Fu, Colette

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

A series of photographic pop-up books of the 25 minority nationalities of Southwest China's Yunnan Province. Read More

COnversations With Time

Gallimard, Gwylene

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

My project is a series of drawings on canvas and two paintings, linked to my participation in CONVERSATIONS WITH TIME, a collaborative project in West Baltimore. Read More

Life: Immigration Game

Garbani, Isabelle

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

"Life: Immigration Game" takes the original “Game of Life”, and replaces the game tiles with new pieces which are relevant to the life of an immigrant to the US. The game aims to educate native-born residents of the United States about the difficulties and joys of immigrating to America. Read More

Breeze

Ghormley, Jennifer

Year Grant Awarded: 2009

I created an installation piece that reflects the intangible experience of being submerged in nature - a time and space to slow down, observe, and reflect. The core content of my work revolves around the figure, here the viewer exists below the art. Read More

Walking in Antarctica

Glazer, Helen

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

Walking in Antarctica is a solo exhibition of photographs and sculpture of the Antarctic landscape by visual artist Helen Glazer inspired and informed by her experiences as a grantee of the National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists and Writers Program. Read More

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