Grantees All Years

What Is The Meaning Of This

Gazda, Paul

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

“What Is The Meaning Of This” highlights Paul Gazda’s conceptually and technically innovative art which has evolved over 35 years from simple photo collages of landscapes to complex mixed media assemblages dealing with ideas. Read More

Breeze

Ghormley, Jennifer

Year Grant Awarded: 2009

I created an installation piece that reflects the intangible experience of being submerged in nature - a time and space to slow down, observe, and reflect. The core content of my work revolves around the figure, here the viewer exists below the art. Read More

Traces of Home

Ghunim, Colette

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Filmmaker Colette Ghunim takes her parents to find the ancestral homes in Mexico and Palestine that they had fled from decades earlier. While filling in the missing pieces of her identity, the journeys unravel the trauma of displacement that passed down through generations. Read More

Through Others’ Eyes

Givat Haviva Educational Foundation

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Givat Haviva's Through Others' Eyes is a dialogue & community building project that uses photography as the lens to explore questions of identity and coexistence between Israeli Arab and Jewish youth who rarely, if ever, have an opportunity to meet. Read More

Education for a Shared Society Between Jews and Arabs in Israel (2014)

Givat Haviva Educational Foundation

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Givat Haviva's comprehensive educational program for Jewish and Arab students that fosters peaceful learning and understanding, while imparting the tools necessary to foster a Shared Society in Israel. 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 Stranger Disease

Goat in the Road Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

The Stranger Disease is a unique immersive theatrical experience that follows seven characters who live in, or orbit around an 1878 New Orleans boarding house as rumors of a yellow fever epidemic begins to spread. The show examines race, class, and gender lines during the Reconstruction-era. Read More

Within Arm’s Reach

Going to Tahiti Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

An original stage adaptation of the novel by Ann Napolitano explores how an unexpected pregnancy rocks a modern Irish American family - "roll[s the] family on its back like a helpless animal, arms and legs waving in the air." Read More

Lost Town

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

“Lost Town” tells the story of one man's obsessive search to get closer to his deceased father by uncovering the story of his family's town of Trochenbrod. First made famous by Jonathan Safran Foer's 'Everything Is Illuminated', Trochenbrod was the o Read More

Keeping Time with Needle and Thread

Goncarova, Sarah Beth

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A series of sculptures and interactive installations incorporating textiles, sewing, weaving and other time-intensive processes. which explore subtle nuances of the human experience, feminist themes and other issues of social significance. Read More

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