Grantee tags climate change

Emergence of Heart

Scott, Liv

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

EMERGENCE OF HEART is an experience designed to open up intimate and personal conversations across America about the shared roots of the climate crisis and systemic oppression. Read More

Growing my Own Art: Thin as Our Skin

Dintiman, Robin

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

The focus of my work work is transience, transformation and vulnerability. How can I through liminal means express the fragility of our lives, so that we see is visually "How we feel inside our skin". My proposal would be work on a project in which I grow my work from bacteria and yeast. Read More

Forgotten Species


Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Melding science with antiquities excavation through sculptures crafted of reclaimed materials, Martinez finds new ways to showcase human and cohabitating species each as resting on a precarious points of survival. Read More

Communicating the Climate Crisis: Posters envisioning a better world for the next generations

Shenefield, Barbara

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Engaging the youthful viewer in a vision of a better world and a better future that we can create: what does that future look like? Let’s dream big and beautiful. Read More

“Uprooted Trees, Magicicadas and Climate Change”

Hoenig, Susan

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

My project for the Puffin Foundation grant was a series of twelve paintings with writings: "Uprooted Trees, Magicicadas and Climate Change". I exhibited these paintings at the Princeton Public Library in Princeton, New Jersey from September 19 - November 27, 2022. Read More

Spring 2022 issue of ZEKE Magazine features sustainable solutions to the climate crisis

Reportage International (DBA Social Documentary Network)

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

The Spring 2022 print and digital issue of “ZEKE: The Magazine of Global Documentary” focuses on sustainable solutions to the climate crisis with photographs by Kiliii Yuyan, Giacomo d'Orlando, and Sarah Fretwell, and others. Read More

Climate Change… the future is TODAY!

Figura, Gregg

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Anthropomorphic (man-made) Climate Change is the greatest disaster that threatens man’s existence today. What we as a global community do or don’t do will affect the very existence of mankind and all ‘life’ on this planet. We are the FUTURE… and the future is TODAY! Read More

Treading on Thin Ice

Lin, Jia-Jen

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Treading on Thin Ice contemplates human conditions under progressive catastrophes resulting from social issues and climate change. This project integrates sculpture, video projections, and sound into a large site-specific installation at Locust Projects in Miami. Read More

Agua, Vida y Tierra

What Will the Neighbors Say?

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

"Agua, Vida y Tierra" is a bilingual multimedia documentary theatre piece about Puerto Rico and the colonial relationship between the island and the United States. Read More

OCEANIA: Journey to the Cente

Zimmerman, Natalie

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

OCEANIA begins at the center of the planet on a coral atoll — predicted to become uninhabitable by 2030 due to rising sea levels and temperatures brought by climate change. We journey with a mother and her adult son as they struggle to maintain their culture, freedom and independence. Read More