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Marta Renzi & Dancers

1985
Dance
General Program
Other

National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture

2000
Media Arts
General Program
Minnesota

INTERMEDIA ARTS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, acting as fiscal agent for the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture, received funding for its 2000 conference. The mid-October NAMAC conference will bring a national constituency of leaders in the media arts to the Twin Cities to interact with Minnesota media arts administrators and artists in an intensive four-day inquiry into the current state of the field and an exploration of its future directions. This presents an important opportunity for regional media arts organizations and artists to participate in workshops and panel discussions on key issues facing the field, to engage in networking and mentoring opportunities, and to highlight their own work. The conference theme is Changing Media/Mediating Change. The three primary program tracks will explore the role of the media in building healthy communities, directions in digital conversion and the formation of effective partnerships to accomplish goals. A grant of $10,000 was made in addition to a commitment of up to $3,000 to subsidize registrations for Minnesota and New York City media artists and arts administrators.

Jim Denomie

1999
Visual Arts
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Painter JIM DENOMIE received funding to spend five weeks in residence at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont. He will work on a series of paintings titled The History of the United States.

International Friendship Through the Performing Arts

2008
Music
General Program
Minnesota

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP THROUGH THE PERFORMING ARTS, Burnsville, Minnesota, received $9,000 to support the commissioning of three new music compositions by composer Gao Hong. The mission of the organization is to help bridge the gaps between the many diverse cultures found in the United States by promoting intercultural fellowship, interaction and understanding through activities in the performing arts. It presents, books and commissions performers of indigenous instruments from a variety of cultures. Gao Hong will be commissioned to create three new works. The first will be written for pipa with taiko, sitar, cello, percussion and tabla. The second will be written for the new music ensemble Zeitgeist. The third piece will be a work for Hong's newly formed new music ensemble Intersection.

Anthony Gatto

1998
Music
General Program
Minnesota

The Jerome Foundation Directors made a commitment of $8,000 to the SOUTHERN THEATER, Minneapolis, Minnesota, acting as fiscal sponsor for composer ANTHONY GATTO, in support of The Orchestra Dancing in Your Head. Gatto will assemble a nine-piece ensemble, integrating his academic training in music history and composition with his performance experience in rock, jazz and free improvisation in order to bring his music to audiences in concerts he designs.

Twin Cities Public Television

1974
Media Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Art Matters

2014
Miscellaneous
General Program
New York City

The Jerome Foundation entered into a partnership with ART MATTERS, New York City, to support a pilot program offering four one-month residencies to individual grant recipients of Art Matters and the Jerome Foundation at the Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France. Jerome's financial contribution is $9,450. The mission of Art Matters is to assist artists who make work intending to break ground aesthetically and socially. A call for applications to current and former individual artist grantees will be issued in late January 2015. An independent selection panel will award the residencies. More information on this opportunity will be posted on the websites of the Camargo Foundation, Art Matters, and the Jerome Foundation. This residency initiative is part of the Jerome@Camargo program.

Affiliate Artists, Inc.

1977
Criticism
General Program
New York City

Nautilus Music-Theater

1987
Theater
General Program
Minnesota

Juanita Espinosa

1992
Film and Video
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Juanita Espinosa, Director of the Native Arts Circle, received $1,000 to attend the annual assembly of the Fifth World Assembly of Community Radio Broadcasters in Oaxtepec, Mexico. Special attention at the conference will be given to Native stations of the Americas. Among the offerings are seminars titled Native Radio in the Americas and Women in Community Radio. Espinosa hopes to make connections that will lead to wider dissemination of an interview project she's developing with Native grandmothers.

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