Grantees All Years

Mapping Nungua

Cross Cultural Collaborative

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Creating a map to identify artisans in a Ghanaian village so that visitors can locate and interact with artisans on a personal level thus developing an understanding of African art and traditions. Read More

Honoring Refugee Composers

Crossing Borders Music

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

Crossing Borders Music honored refugees around the world in this performance of music written by or about refugees! Read More

Quiet on Set, short film

Crowe, Rani Deighe

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Quiet on Set is a short film about a sexual assault that occurs on a film set during the filming of a sex scene. Read More

Campaign Activism and Environment Planning of Bristol Bay, Alaska: An Ecosystem More Valuable than i

Cundy, Fiona

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

As a strategy to mobilize the public to protect Bristol Bay’s economy, environment and social welfare, I have produced images to help strengthen the voices of conservation advocates working to protect the landscape's resources from a mine proposal. Read More

North Star

Daniels, Katherine

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

North Star, a fence weaving installation at 2171 Fredrick Douglas Boulevard and 117th Street in Harlem New. York, celebrates the legacy of Fredrick Douglass' first newspaper North Star and transforms the fenced lot into a piece of public art. Read More

Respect the Locals

Darkeem, Dennis- RedMoon

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Respect the locals is a Mixed-Media documentary Art Exhibit and Photo book of Bronx Local community members who have survived in the Bronx for the last 50 years, Read More

BEING HUMAN

Datugan Dance Theatre

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

AD/Choreographer:Ken Datugan Light/Set Designer:Carolina Ortiz Costume:Karin Pleasant Production:Christ Platteeuw DDT Staff:Karen Datugan Read More

Buffalo: Rule of Three

Davidson, Bug

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Buffalo: Rule of Three is a image investigation on history, personal narrative, and transgender. It is my intention to envision beyond the boundaries of established materiality, into a creative imaginary of unexpected theories & representations. Read More

tracing(s) belonging(s)

Davis, Sonia Louise

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

"tracing(s) belonging(s)" is an ongoing site-specific investigation made both in and about Harlem. Using a large format view camera, I mine the public and private archive, exploring collective memory and family history. *see image credit below* Read More

The Wider Earth (2014)

Dead Puppet Society LLC

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Wider Earth was a twenty-minute work-in-progress showing of a new production by Dead Puppet Society based on Charles Darwin’s voyage on the Beagle and parallels drawn to the current state of our planet. This was presented by St. Ann’s Warehouse. Read More

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