Grantees All Years

No Mercy Art Exhibition:An Exploration of Farm Animal Cruelty (2014)

Lefebvre, Mara

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The “No Mercy Art Exhibition:An Exploration of Farm Animal Cruelty” project is a mixed media art installation of multiple small scale sculptures created by Mara Lefebvre with additional sculptures crafted by members of the community. The exhibition Read More

Legacy of the Land Through Art

Legacy Land Conservancy

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Legacy of the Land Through Art project chose artists to create works about the lands preserved through the Conservancy. Both private and public lands gave the artist an opportunity to connect with the natural spaces through three seasons. Read More

Requiem

Lehman, Todd

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

A series of abstract paintings on paper depicting abuses of power committed by the United States. Read More

The Female Mariners Project (2014)

LeJeune, Margaret

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Female Mariners Project explores the lives and work of women in the maritime industries including live aboard sailors and cruisers. Read More

Living Stories

Lenk, Waylon

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Living Stories is an exploration of an ongoing dialogue of how we as indigenous people can adapt to a radically changed world while still holding true to our identities as Native people. Read More

Me You Us Them (2014)

Lepcio, Andrea

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Two B-Boys in a vacant lot. A woman sits alone at her desk. Another B-boy arrives and the woman’s Avatar finds a way to join them. Bound by a search for the Center of Things, the four new friends invent the ultimate battle plan. Read More

A Life’s Work

Licata, David

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

A LIFE’S WORK is about four people engaged with projects they will not complete in their lifetimes, projects that could have a positive, profound, global impact. It is a meditation on passion, commitment, deep time, and long-term thinking, something that needs to be embraced now more than ever. Read More

“Anything But Brilliant: a love story”

Lights Up! Productions

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Lights Up! Productions presents the premiere production of Anything But Brilliant, by Bobby Ryan, co-directed by Bobby Ryan and Matt Pavik. Read More

AFTER EFFECTS

Linda Bond

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

“After Effects”, a solo exhibition in 2017 at the Human Rights Institute Gallery, Kean University, addressed issues of social concern, primarily the mediated experience of war and global unrest. Read More

Blissville…An Investigation

Linhart, Henry C.

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

An exploration of a nearby forgotten community in the shadows of Midtown Manhattan.There is a amazing mix of ethnicity and residential / industrial.A tangent leads to a Romani village and Romania. The project concludes with an update 28 years later. Read More

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