Grantees All Genres
Year Grant Awarded: 2016
This free mobile portrait studio was in locations on and near the Navajo Nation for two weeks, creating over 800 photo portraits. One copy of each was distributed to each participant; another was pasted to the exterior of the gallery-studio.
- Website https://www.axleart.com/epu-dinetah
Year Grant Awarded: 2017
In the Fields of the North tells the story of the migration, grinding poverty yet vibrant culture of indigenous Mexican farmworkers on the Pacific Coast.
- Website http://davidbaconrealitycheck.blogspot.com/
Year Grant Awarded: 2015
A performance installation created by an interdisciplinary team united to confront racism through art.
- Website http://www.btdanceproject.com
BALAM Dance Theatre
Year Grant Awarded: 2013
A 12 day arts-in-education workshop for 40 school children, ages 6-12 from the Hunter-Tannersville, NY communities on Balinese culture and the Kekcak (Monkey Chant). This project concluded with a full company performance incorporating the kids.
- Website http://balamdancetheatre.blogspot.com/
Banana Boat Productions
Year Grant Awarded: 2018
On Monday December 10, 2018, Banana Boat Productions brought together an ensemble comprised of some of New York's best known Caribbean American actors to pay tribute to one of the region's most iconic playwrights, Zeno Obi Constance The event was called, “From Page to Stage- A Caribbean Journey”
- Website www.bananaboatproductions.org
Year Grant Awarded: 2012
Bike Shop is a one woman musical by Elizabeth Barkan, directed by Gretchen Cryer. It is the story of a Brooklyn bicycle store and its owner, Bobby, Two years after a tragic bike accident she tries to get back on her bike and get her own life in gear.
- Website http://bikeshopmusical.com/index.htm