The Jerome Foundation supports artists and arts organizations.
The Jerome Foundation, created by artist and philanthropist Jerome Hill (1905-1972), seeks to contribute to a dynamic and evolving culture by supporting the creation, development, and production of new works by emerging artists. The Foundation makes grants to not-for-profit arts organizations and artists in Minnesota and New York City.
The Jerome Foundation announces an important new affiliation with the Camargo Foundation. For more information, please go to the News section of this site.
Maria Hassabi, Show, The Kitchen 2011; image by Rosane Chamecki
Masanari Kawahara's Hiroshima as part of Pangea World Theater's Alternate Visions Series; photo by Marc Norberg.
Dread Scott, Money to Burn, 2010, New York City--Broad St & Wall St in front of the NY Stock Exchange Building; photo by Dexter R. Jones
MV Carbon, ISSUE Project Room, 2010; Photograph by Lori Bailey.
Yoonhye Park, Bodies of Pyongyang; Anna Barie, Kermen Batyreva, Anne Chan, Trisha Chang, Gigi Chen, Altyn Chiang, Karen Chin, Yuan Geng, DaYoung Kim, Bo-Yee Lai, Jia Liu, Camille Hsiung, Sherry Hwang, Tessa Mu, Janet Oh, Saoko Okano, Yoonhye Park, Noriko Sato, Satori Valero, Linda J. Wang, Sandy Wong, Angela Xie, Mariann Yip; New York City--2nd ave and 10th street in front of St Marks ChurchPhoto by Kenneth Hughes
Mankwe Ndosi and Medium Zach, Cedar Cultural Center 2011; image by Ben LaFond.
Kirsten Hassenfeld, Dans La Lune, 2007 Smack Mellon; paper with mixed media dimensions variable; photo by Etienne Frossard
Mallory Catlett, Oh What War, HERE Arts Center 2009; photo by Ryan Jensen
Kamau Amu Patton, Simone Leigh, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, 2011, Studio Museum in Harlem Artists-in-Residence; photography by Ray Llanos.
Rural Mural by Mike Fitzsimmons and John Grider; Forecast Public Art, Hutchinson, Minnesota, 2010; photo coutesy of the artists.