Grantees All Years

“THE LAST CYCLIST,” THE REIMAGINING OF A CABARET WRITTEN AND REHEARSED IN TEREZIN

Patz, Naomi

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

“The Last Cyclist,” a fabulous piece of theater and vital piece of Holocaust history, is a filmed production of a cabaret originally written and rehearsed in the Terezín Ghetto. A searing refutation of Nazi madness, it is brilliantly acted, bitterly funny, and caustic to the bone. Read More

The Art of Ideas Exhibition

Paul Gazda

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

“The Art of Ideas,” embodying Paul Gazda’s most challenging and provocative work, offers viewers an immersion into many contemporary topics via the condensed, stimulating experience that only visual art can provide. Read More

Hunts Point Homes

Pepatian

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Hunts Points Homes focuses on artists as catalysts to offer artists opportunities to draw attention to the residents, history and approaching changes happening to the Hunts Point section of the South Bronx. Read More

Legacy of Exiled NDNZ (2014)

Peters, Pamela J.

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

LEGACY OF EXILED NDNZ documents the lives of seven American Indian young adults currently living in Los Angeles, California. Shot in a neorealist visual aesthetic reminiscent of Kent Mackenzie’s 1961 film, The Exiles. Read More

From Script to Screen

Phoenix Ensemble Inc.

Year Grant Awarded: 2015

From Script to Screen is a series of workshops teaching the basics of film production to urban middle-school students in Jersey City, New Jersey, which will result in a short film that will be professionally edited and entered in film contests. Read More

Interspecies Dialogues

Pindell, Deanna

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

This ongoing series of installations and performative conversations seeks to heal the dualism between Humans and Non-human Others. Can deep listening and empathetic response help to resolve our ecological crisis? Read More

S 16 Luna Nera

Pioneers Go East Collective

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

A live installation inspired by the story of a boy who lives inside a mine that utilizes video & audio to create an interactive environment in which the audience walks through the space, direction guided by sound and live & projected action. Read More

The Oblate Cycle (2014)

Pioneers Go East Collective

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

THE OBLATE CYCLE: Operas about cloistered nuns in Medieval and Renaissance society who, because of their gender, class, were Oblates but who through their intellect and artistic abilities, were able to transcend the convent as a space of confinement Read More

Cowboys (stars)

Pioneers Go East Collective

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Cowboys (stars) is a short film documentary featuring the compelling story of activist and drag performance artist Agosto Machado. Agosto regales us with a tapestry of stories from the Gay Liberation Movement, Stonewall, and firsthand descriptions of activists Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson. Read More

No Human Involved

PJ Starr

Year Grant Awarded: 2017

No Human Involved is a feature length documentary about a woman destroyed by a 27-month prison sentence for prostitution in Arizona and the tenacity of those who fight for justice in her name through public art and other forms of activism. Video can be viewed at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/nohumaninvolved Read More

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