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Victory Hall Opera

Year Grant Awarded: 2020

An opera film, featuring Verdi's "La Traviata". The cast of a COVID-cancelled opera decide the show must go on. 5 singers tell the true story of life during the pandemic, and question everything as they face an uncertain future. Directed by Miriam Gordon-Stewart. Conducted by Kathleen Kelly.

Video-Telling Workshop: Health Care Reform

Video-Telling Workshop

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

The workshop is an free video production course available to graduates of the Odyssey Project (http://www.prairie.org/odysseyproject). This year, the participants created two short documentary videos to speak about health care reform.

Searching Skies

Vivian Hua 華婷婷

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

When a Syrian refugee family is invited to a Christian family's house for Christmas dinner, they are caught between opposing viewpoints for and against their presence⁠—until an unexpected event suddenly occurs.

MY POOR MARAT (МОЙ БЕДНЫЙ МАРАТ)

Voyage Theater Company

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

As a featured event of Russian-American History Month, Voyage Theater Company paid tribute to the survivors of the Siege of Leningrad in a rare bilingual production of MY POOR MARAT (МОЙ БЕДНЫЙ МАРАТ) by esteemed Russian playwright Aleksei Arbuzov.

VSA Kentucky Registry Artists Traveling Exhibition

VSA Kentucky

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Vision, Strength and Artistic Expression: VSA Kentucky Registry Artists Traveling Exhibition is a selection of paintings, drawings and prints created by adult artists with disabilities listed on our on-line directory, traveling to locations statewide

Vision, Strength and Artistic Expression, VSA Kentucky Registry Artists Traveling Exhibition

VSA Kentucky

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Traveling exhibit of art created by adult artists with disabilities on the VSA KY Artist Registry. The title was based on the VSA KY vision statement. Vision of an inclusive society Strength in shared resources Artistic expression that unites us a

Walking with Trees

Wallen, Ruth

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

“Walking with Trees,” bears witness to trees dying from urbanization, globalization, in the form of invasive species, and climate change. Images and texts combined in installations and performative readings offer public places to grieve, and from that opening of heart, to reimagine anew.

Wallkill River School of Art (2014)

Wallkill River School of Art

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Scholarships for children to attend Farm Camp and other arts/environment related summer camp programs offered by our nonprofit arts org. Low income youth were given 50 scholarships to summer camps where they learned about environmental and art.

Suite Sandy Boulevard

Watson, Lou

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Suite Sandy Boulevard is an experimental concert which takes the eponymously named road in Portland, Oregon as its theme. The show features choreographed leaf-blowers, operatic vocals (using billboards as lyrics) and storefront guessing games.

Killed In Action

Weatherup, Christine

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

"Killed in Action" is a short film set in 1948 America. A WWII veteran visits the widow of his best friend from the war, to reveal the painful, dark secret he’s been keeping about his friend... but can she come to accept that her husband was not the