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1983
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

Paul T. Dove

2003
Music
Travel and Study
Minnesota

PAUL T. DOVE is the administrator of the Northern Light Opera Company in Park Rapids. He received funding to travel to Seattle, Washington; Capitola, California; Eureka, California; and Flagstaff, Arizona, to study the administration of opera companies, which might give direction to his own work. Dove has confirmations to conduct study visits as the Seattle Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Bay Shore Lyric Opera Company, Humboldt Light Opera Company, and the Flagstaff Light Opera Company.

Zenon Dance Company and School, Inc.

2008
Dance
General Program
Minnesota

ZENON DANCE COMPANY AND SCHOOL, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received a grant of $10,000 in support of July 2008 performances of works by emerging New York City and Minnesota choreographers at Dance Theater Workshop in New York City. The mission of Zenon Dance Company and School is to sustain an artistically excellent, professional dance company in the Twin Cities by presenting the commissioned works of emerging and locally, nationally and internationally recognized modern and jazz choreographers to the broadest and most diverse audiences and communities possible. This repertory company has commissioned new works from over 30 choreographers, many of those with the support of the Jerome Foundation. The culmination of its 25th anniversary season will be this series of performances at Dance Theater Workshop.

Governor's Commission on the Arts

1978
Miscellaneous
General Program
Minnesota

Twin Cities Public Television

1989
Media Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Aaron Landsman
Pako and Anna

2015
Theater
General Program
New York City

THE FIELD, New York City, as fiscal sponsor for theater artist Aaron Landsman, Brooklyn, New York, received $25,000 in support of the development and production of two new multi-media theater works by Landsman, PAKO and Anna. Founded by artists for artists, The Field provides strategic services to thousands of performing artists and companies in New York City and beyond. It fosters creative exploration, stewards innovative management strategies, and helps artists reach their fullest potential. Aaron Landsman constructs performances using people, language, space, and time. Some projects combine formal experimentation and long-term community engagement. Some are staged in commonplace settings, such as homes, offices, and meeting rooms. PAKO is about nostalgia, analog technology in the age of digital production, and the impossibility of reconstructing the past. The work is in early-stage development and will include a gallery installation and live performance. Landsman envisions Anna as both a stage work and a film. Using Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina and a 1960 recording of a complete episode of the game show Queen For A Day, Landsman will engage three performers in ongoing conversations on the depiction of gender norms.

The Alternative Museum

1988
Visual Arts
General Program
New York City

The Neta Dance Company

2001
Dance
General Program
New York City

A grant of $12,500 was authorized to House of Dance, the NETA DANCE COMPANY, New York City, in support of the creation of new works by choreographer Neta Pulvermacher. The Neta Dance Company was founded in 1986 to bring contemporary performance arts to the public, to promote artistic collaboration among artists working in different media and to support innovative activities in all media. Funding was awarded toward the companys activities in 2001, and primarily for the development of new work for a concert season at The Kitchen. It will include a new full evening work, which is a collaboration among Pulvermacher, composer Andy Partridge of the English rock band XTC and video artists Karen Dunn and Katya Moorman. Pulvermacher will create fictional characters who inhabit the work, each developed from the articles that he or she might have been carrying in their purses and pockets. Shes seeking to create a movement/theater expression for the internal and often contradictory inner world and emotional baggage that people carry inside of themselves.

Lisa First

1999
Dance
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Arts Administrator LISA FIRST received funding to travel to Prague, Czechoslovakia, to research and document Czech contemporary dance forms, which will inform her work as the organizer of an international dance festival.

HIJACK / Kirstin Van Loon / Arwen Wilder

2008
Dance
General Program
Minnesota

RED EYE THEATER, Minneapolis, Minnesota, as fiscal sponsor for HIJACK, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received $10,780 to support the creation of new works. HIJACK is the choreographic collaboration of Kristin Van Loon and Arwen Wilder. Grant support will subsidize the creation of four new dances, two duets for Van Loon and Wilder, a trio set on the performance collaborative Mad King Thomas and a second trio with Van Loon, Wilder and Scott Heron. HIJACK represents the confluence and clash of two independent compositional/kinesthetic impulses. It chooses specific inspirations and then investigates those sources, drawing compositional tactics from other genres and grappling with aesthetic, social and political issues.

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