Grantees All Years

Unified Field

Masley, Caitlin

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

These found plate glass works were made on location at the Abrons Art Center for AIRspace 2010. This site-specific installation was "grown" for the mass population to maximize their freedom to determine potential future of imagined structures. Read More

ERA

Matheson, William

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

In the fall of 2019 I attended the artist residency program Taipei Artist Village with financial assistance from the Puffin Foundation. At TAV I created a series of video installations that explored ecology, mutation and collapse. Read More

Ye Are Many-They Are Few

Mathews, Norman

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

A composition for four singers and piano about social and civil justice. The text is by 8 writers, including the composer, but the centerpiece of the text uses selected stanzas from Shelley's Mask of Anarchy. Read More

I Am My White Ancestors: Claiming the Legacy of Oppression, An installation and public engagement project

Mavor, Anne

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Installation of thirteen life-size photographic self-portraits and audio narratives that explore European-American heritage and the history of racism, classism, colonization, and genocide. The ancestors, real and imagined, stretch from the Celtic Iron Age to present day. Read More

Hayden & Her Family

May May Tchao

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

Why do the Currys adopt five special-needs children from overseas while having seven healthy ones of their own? This film gives an intimate, nuanced look into the Curry’s adoption journey — their struggles, unique parenting philosophy and their humanity. Read More

Blacken The Bubble

McCrory, Jonathan

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

Blacken the Bubble​ is an affirmative action comedy set in a "post racial" America. Mega-company Firm Glass is in danger of losing government contracts due to the lack of diversity in their workplace. Read More

The Soul of a River (Mo Shui)

McDonald, Marsha

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

Representing visually mindful, grounded conversations between landscape and perception, this project, created a meditational, sequenced seasonal portrait of the Milwaukee River, a workshop, and a visual/land language reading by poet Robert Grenier. Read More

Picturing Grace, Florida at First Light

McEachern, Joel B.

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

The work of the project is to literally picture the grace of this once stunningly beautiful land and to remind one and all that, despite ourselves, the face of Florida's last wild and open places still smiles. Read More

Legal Tender: Women & the Secret Life of Money

McEwen, Christian

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

Legal Tender is a play about women's relationship to money. It is based on interviews with 46 different women, ranging in age from 6 to 94, and is composed like a collage, pieced together out of stories, choruses and quotations. The set is minimal. Read More

The North Wind and the Sun

McLaurin, Cathy

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The North Wind and the Sun tells the story of a community in significant transition both economically and demographically. It is an interrogation of what meaning can be made of home when home is a distant place in ever-shifting territory. Read More

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