Grantees All Years

Time to Leave

Bassis, Aileen

Year Grant Awarded: 2018

Aileen Bassis "Time to Leave" "It was time to leave when we had nothing to eat" "It was time to leave when fires burned" "It was time to leave when my child was sick" Back to: Series of photopolymer etchings with image and text on the theme of refugees and migration. Read More

Parent Choreographer Space Grant

BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

The Parent Choreographer Sapce Grant targets the needs of choreographers who are trying to meet the challenges of being an artist and a parent to preschool age children through studio space and childcare stipend. Read More

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp (2014)

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

At Bay Area Girls Rock Camp, we believe that arts education can transform young people’s lives. We are dedicated to empowering girls through music education and promoting an environment that fosters self-confidence, creativity and collaboration. Read More

Girls Rock Summer Camp

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp

Year Grant Awarded: 2016

Girls Rock Summer Camp empowers self-identified girls, trans, and non-binary through music and promotes an environment that fosters self-confidence, creativity, and collaboration. Read More

RED FATHER

Beck-Friedman, Tova

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

RED FATHER is the story of the rise and fall of Bernard Ades. It is the story of a Communist lawyer, from fighting for civil rights in the U.S. and against fascism in Spain, to the dark days of the blacklist that ended his stellar career. Read More

Bell, Beverly

Bell, Beverly

Year Grant Awarded: 2006

Writer/Activist Beverly Bell of Albuqueque, NM received a Puffin grant for a book which addresses the inequality, poverty and environmental degradation fostered by economic globalization. The project highlights fourteen case studies and focuses on Read More

Intermarried

Ben-Zion, Yael

Year Grant Awarded: 2012

“Intermarried” explores the notion, and questions the implications, of intermarriage. I initiated the project by sending a message to my New York neighborhood’s online parent group inviting couples who define themselves as ‘mixed’ to participate. Read More

Gridlines

Benedict, Bremner

Year Grant Awarded: 2010

Gridlines images are of electrical towers and lines stretching across open spaces in the American West. These photographs unsettle the viewer’s preconceptions of reality, by revealing patterns of beauty within a subject culturally regarded as ugly. Read More

Dryland Water (2014)

Benedict, Bremner

Year Grant Awarded: 2013

Natural springs, a vital origin of life in the desert, dammed river reservoirs, and dry lakebeds exist as oases in the American Southwest’s deserts. My photographs combine B&W and color to emphasize the life and death the struggle through time of dim Read More

Ghana Mural Project

Bergart, Andrea

Year Grant Awarded: 2011

The Ghana Mural Project combined my own artistic language with Ghanaian patterns to create a neighborhood mural celebrating and providing color and cultural enrichment to a neglected and impoverished neighborhood. Read More

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