Grantee tags sculpture

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

OPHELIA

Marcin, Nadja Verena

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

“OPHELIA” is an architectural performance and video sculpture that draws from the Shakespearean character and Millais’s homonymous painting (1851-52) and re-imagines this mythical character within the framework of gender inequality and climate change. Read More

” These Memories Bear Traces Of Tears: ” Relief Reliquaries/Ex-Voto.

Del Reverda-Jennings, D.

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

The appreciated support enabled the purchase of materials to create a series of sculptural relief artpieces in honor of deceased loved ones, of memory, spirit, sorrow, dispossession..my inner child's utter loneliness, the very act of death itself as well as the stinging acceptance of passing on. 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

The Land Memory Bank and Seed Exchange by Monique Verdin

Friends of A Studio in the Woods

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

The Land Memory Bank and Seed Exchange builds structures with community at site-specific locations faced with environmental vulnerabilities across coastal South Louisiana - collecting and sharing community witness, indigenous pollinator and prairie seeds, data and maps. Read More

“Onkel Oskar’s Suspenders”

Bulow, Peter

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

"Onkel Oskar's Suspenders", a sculptural installation in Sherman Creek Park, Inwood, NY, is a tribute to the life of my mother, Gizelle, who was liberated from the Budapest Ghetto to migrate from one country to another (Israel, Germany, India) until her arrival in NY in 1968. 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

Invasive Species Sculpture Project

Moll, Gerry

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

In this public participatory workshop, participants remove invasive plants from workshop grounds. This plant material is woven, tied, and bound together to create invasive species sculptures. Participants then ‘invade’ the grounds via careful install Read More

No Mercy Art Exhibition:An Exploration of farm Animal Cruelty

Mara, Lefebvre

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The No Mercy Art Exhibition project is a mixed media art installation of multiple small scale sculptures created by Mara Lefebvre with additional sculptures crafted by members of the community. The exhibition, lectures by animal advocates and hands Read More

Portraits of the Ecological Self

Callas, Kimberly

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Is there an ecological self? Is there a place within us that remembers we are nature? Can this ‘self’ hold the answers about how to live sustainably within the cycles and limits of our home planet? I explore these questions through this art project. Read More

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