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Laura Dean Musicians & Dancers

1980
Music
General Program
New York City

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

1976
Music
General Program
Other

Nina Fonoroff

1989
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

Rosemary Williams

2009
Visual Arts
Travel and Study
Minnesota

ROSEMARY WILLIAMS, artist, St. Paul, Minnesota, will travel to Davos, Switzerland, to gather material on the World Economic Forum, which meets there each year, and to explore the setting of Thomas Mann's 1925 novel The Magic Mountain. She will mine visual and conceptual material to build a new body of work centering on these two facets of the small mountain village. This research trip continues her exploration of the intersection of capitalism, society, power and institutions, as well as public and private spheres.


The Minneapolis Institute of Arts

1978
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Mira Nair

1981
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

Downtown Art Company

1989
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

The Schweitzer Friendship House

1974
Miscellaneous
General Program
Other

The New Franklin Cultural Center, Inc.

2001
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Jerome Directors awarded a grant of $22,000 to FRANKLIN ARTWORKS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, in support of exhibitions of works by emerging artists in the 2001-02 season. The organizations mission is to enrich the Phillips Neighborhood, and the Twin Cities, with dynamic programming in the arts and arts education. Anne George, Ana Lois-Borzi, Rollin Marquette, and Patrick Maun, will exhibit new works in solo shows.

Mabou Mines Development Foundation

2012
Theater
General Program
New York City

MABOU MINES, New York City, received $30,000 in support of the Suite Resident Artist Program for emerging artists in New York City.  Mabou Mines is an artist-driven experimental theater collective generating original works and re-imagined adaptations of classic plays through multidisciplinary, technologically inventive collaborations among its members and a wide world of contemporary composers, writers, musicians, puppeteers, and visual artists.  The Resident Artist Program offers emerging artists the opportunity to experience the long-term, process-oriented method of developing work practiced by Mabou Mines.  The program is open to small companies and individual artists in all fields who are interested in investigating compelling performance ideas.  The program offers emerging artists mentoring from the artistic directors of Mabou Mines, stipends, rehearsal and performance space, and administrative and technical assistance.  Participants attend monthly meetings, creating an artistic community through shared ideas, and show their work at the program’s culmination.  

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