Grantee tags sustainability

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

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

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

Social Fabric

Craft and Folk Art Museum

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Craft and Folk Art Museum presented Social Fabric, an exhibition of seven contemporary artists who confront the problems of mass production and consumption through fiber-based art that incorporates social engagement and public interaction. Read More

The Green Room (2014)

Scoates, Vandy

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Green Room is a project website that was created to explore, research and share ideas about producing sustainable theatre in North America. The website include a multitude of resources for finding sustainable options, readings and products. Read More

Vote Everywhere (2014)

The Andrew Goodman Foundation

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Vote Everywhere provides college students with a unique, non-partisan opportunity to learn organizational & leadership skills while registering peers to vote, providing voter education, and leading on-campus issues activism & social justice projects. Read More

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