Grantees All Years

Marking Time: Prison Arts & Activism (2014)

Institute for Research on Women

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

“Marking Time: Prison Arts and Activism” was designed to bring together scholars, writers, artists, and activists to explore the cultural aspects of imprisonment, with a focus on art produced by prisoners and in response to mass incarceration. Read More

Interference Archive exhibition series

Interference Archive

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

Interference Archive is an archive of social movement culture that curates public exhibitions and programs as a way to empower people to understand their histories in relationship to social movements. Read More

La Bestia: Sweet Mother

International Human Rights Art Festival

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

La Bestia: Sweet Mother" is a multi-media theatrical exploration based on Tom Block's play, of one immigrant's voyage from her home in Tegucigalpa, Honduras through Guatemala and Mexico and into the desert of the USA, looking for a better life. Read More

A Perspective in African American Cultural Art

Isaac, Melvin

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

Depicting cultural awareness in today's society through the vision and perspective of young people. Read More

Meet Murasaki Shikibu Followed by Book-Signing, and Other Things

Izumi, Julia

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

In this theatre/stand-up hybrid comedy, Murasaki Shikibu, author of one of the first novels ever written, comes to our contemporary world and holds a book-signing at a struggling bookstore. It seems she has much to say and many opinions to share on anything and everything -- except for her own book. Read More

J Street Education Fund 2021

J Street Education Fund

Year Grant Awarded: 2021

J Street organizes pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans to promote US policies that help secure the State of Israel as a democratic homeland for the Jewish people.e believe that only a negotiated resolution can meet the legitimate needs and national aspirations of both Israelis and Palestinians. Read More

Sacred Space: An Exploration of the Southern Utah Landscape

Jackson, Amy

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

Inspired by a friend who traveled in the area, Amy Jackson stumbled upon the Paiute Tribe of Southern Utah, and determined that their children greatly needed art supplies. This grant in full provided highest quality art materials for the children. Read More

Environmental Reporting Fund

Jacobin

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Jacobin is a leading voice of the American left, offering perspectives on politics, economics, and culture. The print magazine is released quarterly and reaches 50,000 subscribers, in addition to a web audience of over 2,000,000 a month. Read More

Owed to The Mountain

Jacobs, Diane

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Owed to The Mountain is a call to action, an artist book that weaves multiple Native stories together contemplating our nonhuman relationships. Featured are handset letterpress-printed text, solar etchings from Sumi ink animal drawings, and colorful woodcut ecosystems showing the changing seasons. Read More

The Buffalo Project, which resulted in a play called Buffalo Heights (2014)

Jake Lipman/Tongue in Cheek Theater Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Starting in late 2013, Producing Artistic Director Jake Lipman tapped 5 actors and playwright Adam Harrell to create a new thought-provoking comedy. Over several months, the company devised a new play, BUFFALO HEIGHTS, which ran May 2014 in NYC. Read More