Grantees All Years

The Fall (2014)

Hanukai, Simón

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A multi-media theater performance that examines the world's relationship to the moment of the fall of the Berlin Wall, as we approach its 25th anniversary on November 9th, 2014. Read More

DATAPRINT

Hanukai, Simón

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

DATAPRINT is an interactive multimedia installation and performance that blends technology and the arts into a participatory experience, which aims to spur the dialogue about data privacy in our increasingly data-driven society. Read More

The Disappearing Drumlin

Harries, Mags

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Drone video map projected onto black sheep skin. Waves lap the shores of Sheep Island. Once 25 acres, the island is now just a few acres in size due to erosion from the waves. Read More

Metra: A Climate Change Play with Songs

Hartford, Emily

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

In Metra, ancient Greek myth meets dystopian climate sci-fi. Metra roots out the oppressive structures upholding climate change—while using original rock songs, magic, and myth to explore the transformative power of both storytelling and collective action. Read More

Driftless

Hatch Arts Collective

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Driftless unearths the full cost of fracking and asks us to consider lives, relationships, and heritage as we seek answers for the future of our world. Read More

The Last Free Place

Havens, Teri

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Portraits from Slab City: A squatter's community in Southern California Read More

The Veil: Visible & Invisible Spaces — a traveling exhibition

Year Grant Awarded: 2008

A traveling visual arts exhibition that engages received wisdom about veils and veiling practices -- particularly stereotypes about Islam, featuring twenty-nine international new media artists, filmmakers, painters, sculptors and photographers. Read More

Resurrections: ECO-logy & ECO-nomy — a functional trash art exhibiton

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

An exhibition of trash reconstructed into items of use, and including four small satellite exhibits about ocean waste, nuclear waste, reuse of building materials in construction, and children's art made from trash. Read More

Water, Water Everywhere, Paean to a Vanishing Resource

Heath, Jennifer

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A traveling new-media art exhibition and/or film festival comprised of diverse short films by artists worldwide, and designed to be a platform for regional discussion of water issues in throughout the planet and in whatever area the show is featured. Read More

Nowhere to Run: Climate Refugees

Heath, Jennifer

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Scholarly art book/cataogue and traveling visual art exhibition about displacement of communities and individuals due to climate change, environmental degradation and ecological abuses. Read More

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