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Film in the Cities

1980
Media Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Springboard for the Arts

1993
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

Philanthropy New York
Associate Membership/General Support

2014
Miscellaneous
General Program
New York City

PHILANTHROPY NEW YORK, New York City, received $1,200 as Jerome Foundation’s Associate Membership and in general support of its program. Philanthropy New York is a regional association of grantmakers based in the State of New York. Its mission is to enhance and increase the ability of organizational and individual philanthropists whose missions focus on New York, the United States, and around the globe to serve the public good. Its goals are to support meaningful collaboration and knowledge-sharing among granters and their grantees, promote effective and strategic philanthropy, inform in advance public policies that support effective philanthropy and a productive nonprofit sector, and foster effective communications about the value of philanthropy and the philanthropic sector.

Coffee House Press
THE NUMBER OF HEAVEN AND EARTH, by John Colburn; DANCE, by Lightsey Darst; THE DEVIL'S SNAKE CURVE: A FAN'S NOTES ON BASEBALL AND AMERICA, by Josh Ostergaard; POTLUCK SUPPER WITH MEETING TO FOLLOW, by Andy Sturdevant

2013
Literature
General Program
Minnesota

COFFEE HOUSE PRESS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received $26,000 in support of the publication of four books by emerging Minnesota writers.  The mission of the Press is to publish exciting, vital, and enduring authors of this time; to delight and inspire readers; to contribute to the cultural life of its community; and to enrich literary heritage.  By building on the best traditions of publishing in the book arts, it produces books that celebrate imagination, innovation in the craft of writing, and the many authentic voices of the American experience.  Coffee House brings the work of emerging Minnesota writers to the attention of reviewers, award panels, booksellers, teachers, and, most importantly, readers.  

University of Minnesota

1982
Miscellaneous
General Program
Minnesota

Doug Beasley

1997
Visual Arts
Travel and Study
Minnesota

DOUG BEASLEY, a photographer and teacher, was awarded a grant to spend three weeks on two small islands off the southern coast of Japan. He will document how the sacred is incorporated into the everyday life of Japanese people, and will compare those images with Native American spiritual beliefs and practices. This trip builds upon Beasleys earlier shoot of sacred sites of the Lakota Indians in the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota.

Forecast Public Artworks

2000
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

FORECAST PUBLIC ARTWORKS, St. Paul, Minnesota, supports the development and appreciation of public art by creating opportunities for artists and communities to explore the public realm, and by producing educational materials to enhance the understanding and growth of public art. Public Art Affairs is a regranting program for emerging Minnesota artists. It supports the development, production and installation of public art projects throughout the state. In the past 10 years, this program has received over 506 applications involving more than 887 artists; and it has responded with funding for 94 projects. It provides financing for public projects and for research and development. A two-year grant of $65,000 was authorized.

The Studio Museum in Harlem

2006
Visual Arts
General Program
New York City

THE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM, New York City, is a collecting and exhibiting institution that is a nexus for black artists locally, nationally and internationally, and for work that is inspired and influenced by black culture. In addition to exhibitions, the Museum offers an educational program for young people, literary readings and performing arts events, and an active critical dialogues program focusing on the intersection of black art and contemporary culture. The Artists-in-Residence program supports the creation of new works by emerging artists of African descent, competitively selected from applications for year-long residencies at the Museum. Artists are given studios at the Museum, financial assistance and professional development. The artists are coupled with Critical Dialogues partners, usually curators or critics, enabling them to cultivate ongoing relationships with arts professionals in New York. The program concludes with an exhibition that introduces the work of three emerging artists to the broader public. Jerome Foundation provided a grant of $11,000.

Blake Carrington
Blake Carrington Travel and Study Grant

2014
Film and Video
Travel and Study
New York City

CARRINGTON, BLAKE, New York City, will travel to Japan: Tokyo, Gifu, Kyoto, Nara, Awa and Yamaguchi to research the creative possibilities of cutting-edge video/media arts in Japan and so-called “traditional” forms of technology: sumi-e (ink painting) and washi (Japanese handmade paper). Combining old and new technology – digital and analog – Carrington will explore new techniques for his work.

Christopher Atkins

2013
Visual Arts
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Atkins, Christopher, Minneapolis, Minnesota, will travel to Dublin, Ireland to learn more about the Artist Residency Programme at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.  It is similar to the Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP), which Atkins directs at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, in that it is housed and mentored onsite at the Irish Museum as well as submerged in Dublin’s contemporary art community. Atkins will meet with fellow curators and colleagues as well as current and past participants to hear how the residency program made an impact on their artistic careers. The knowledge and partnerships he expects to gain from the trip will be folded into his plans for developing an exchange program for Minnesota artists, and bringing those artists into closer dialogue with new international colleagues and issues of global relevance.

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