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Haleakala Inc., dba The Kitchen

2010
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

THE KITCHEN, New York City, received $15,000 in support of commissions for emerging artists to create, develop, and present new work in 2010 at The Kitchen. The Kitchen is dedicated to supporting new work by innovative artists within and across the fields of music, dance, theater, video and film, digital art, and literature. It is widely known for its commitment to experimental new work and for providing instrumental support during the early years of artists careers. Commissions will go to a diverse range of artists engaged in challenging, experimental practices and working in a broad spectrum of media and disciplines, ranging from music, dance, and theater to video, sound, and mixed media installation.

Highpoint Center for Printmaking

2006
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

The HIGHPOINT CENTER FOR PRINTMAKING, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received $16,000 in support of the 2006 Emerging Printmakers' Residency Program. The Center is a professional, community-oriented nonprofit printmaking facility that offers access, education and exhibition programs. The Emerging Printmakers' Residency Program begins with an open call for applications and a competitive independent panel review. Three emerging artists receive eight months of subsidized residency time with unlimited access to facilities, equipment and materials. Artists receive the technical support of a printshop coordinator and participate in a culminating exhibition. They meet regularly as a group and receive critiques from guest artists.

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum

1993
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Inc.
BAX Artist in Residence Program (BAX AIR)

2016
Dance
General Program
New York City

Brooklyn Arts Exchange received $44,000 ($22,000 per year for two years) to support the 2016-17 and 2017-18 Artist in Residence Program, providing six artists per year with stipends and 300 hours of free rehearsal space.

Anthology Film Archives

1974
Miscellaneous
General Program
New York City

New York Mills Arts Retreat and Regional Cultural Center

1993
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

Shaun Irons

2006
Film and Video
Travel and Study
New York City

SHAUN IRONS, a multidisciplinary artist, and LAUREN PETTY, a video artist, working in Brooklyn, New York, create evocative and poetic combinations of video, film and audio as multiple-channel and single-channel works. Irons and Petty received funding to travel to Kyoto, Japan, to immerse themselves in the culture, expanding on their aesthetic range by gaining an in-depth appreciation of the intersections among ritual, ceremony, performance, meditation, nature and artistic practice.

Eyebeam Art + Technology Center

2010
Media Arts
General Program
New York City

EYEBEAM, New York City, received a grant of $30,000 for the Artists @ Eyebeam Residency Program in fiscal years 2010-11 and 2011-12. Eyebeam is a collaborative art and technology center that supports new media artists through residencies and fellowships, and develops public and education programs relevant to their practice. The studio/workspace environment, in which the energies of artistic production, education, and curatorial practice fuse, provides a unique, stimulating, and vital context for creating art. Eyebeam provides artists stipends, fabrication materials, software purchases and upgrades, and equipment upkeep to facilitate the creation and public presentation of new work. Eyebeam offers technical expertise, curatorial and editorial guidance, and equipment training in addition to presentation support in its gallery. Jerome funds are designated for support of emerging artists who reside in New York City and/or Minnesota.

FilmNorth (formerly Independent Feature Project/North)

2000
Media Arts
General Program
Minnesota

The Jerome Foundation Directors authorized a two-year grant of $68,000 to FilmNorth (formerly Independent Feature Project/North), Minneapolis, Minnesota, in collaboration with Intermedia Arts, the Walker Art Center's Film/Video Department and Twin Cities Public Television to support the public television series MNTV. Grant dollars will fund license fees awarded to Minnesota independent film and video artists whose work has been chosen from a competitive field to air on Twin Cities Public Television. Funding also supports the selection process and some broadcast costs. The purpose of the series is to provide professional development for film and video artists in this state, affording them opportunities to have works shown before large television audiences. Four hour-long episodes highlighting the most innovative short films created within the previous 36 months are broadcast annually.

Women's Art Registry of Minnesota

1983
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

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