Genres Photography

Soil Ecology

Eckel, Kelly

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

The soil is the skin of our planet which most people take for granted.  It is vital to understand the systems in our environment so that we don’t degrade them. My work is an expression of joy that engages me to move through the world in respectful manner. Read More

Revolution: An Unconscious (Deeper)

Eder, Melissa

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

Revolution: An Unconscious (Deeper) is a photo-based project that explores how early iconic media images from my childhood (growing up in the 1960s through 1970s) have shaped my present world view. I believe that these works question the very nature of freedom and censorship. Read More

Elijah Gowin

Elijah Gowin

Year Grant Awarded: 2006

A Puffin grant enabled photographer Elijah Gowin to exhibit a series of photographs at the Danville Museum of Fine Art and History in Danville, VA. His color photographs, taken in the late 1990’s, are part of a documentary series about Read More

Everglades

Elmaleh, Lisa

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

A photographic project documenting the landscape of the Everglades. Read More

Retracing Audubon: Contemporary Landscapes

Elrick, Krista

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Inspired by Audubon’s widely collected and revered publication Episodes and pre-civil war writings, photographer Krista Elrick reexamines his epic journey. Her landscapes highlight the environmental changes that have occurred in the 200 years. Read More

Portraiture Redressed

Forman, Frances

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Portraiture Redressed Read More

FotoEvidence Book Award Exhibit

FotoEvidence

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

The annual FotoEvidence Book Award is granted to a photogrpaher whose work demonstrates courage and commitment in the pursuit of social justice and human rights. Each fall, an annual FotoEvidence exhibit in NYC honors the winner and four finalists. Read More

Through Others’ Eyes

Givat Haviva Educational Foundation

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Givat Haviva's Through Others' Eyes is a dialogue & community building project that uses photography as the lens to explore questions of identity and coexistence between Israeli Arab and Jewish youth who rarely, if ever, have an opportunity to meet. Read More

The Last Free Place

Havens, Teri

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Portraits from Slab City: A squatter's community in Southern California Read More

William Walker book photographs (2014)

Huebner, Jeff

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The project is to help support the costs of photographic slide selection, digital scanning, and processing as well as permissions fees for a book on the mural art of Chicago’s William “Bill” Walker, the father of the community mural movement. Read More

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