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Lee (LeRoy) Love

1999
Visual Arts
Travel and Study
Minnesota

LEE LOVE, a potter, received a grant to travel to Mashiko, Japan, where he will be an invited guest artist in residence at the Yumito Pottery. He will learn new techniques at an advanced level of production. Yumito Pottery is the home of Japanese national treasure Shoji Hamada, one of the founders of the Mingei folk craft movement in Japan.

American Composers Forum

2007
Music
General Program
Minnesota

The AMERICAN COMPOSERS FORUM, St. Paul, Minnesota, received a two-year grant of $282,000 in support of the Jerome Composers Commissioning Program, serving emerging New York City and Minnesota composers, the subito program and consulting services for emerging composers. The Forum nurtures the creative spirit of composers and communities. It provides opportunities for composers and their music to flourish. Since 1978, Jerome Foundation has supported the Composers Commissioning Program. Composers apply with a performer/performing ensemble or a presenting organization that is committed to premiering the new work. The subito program provides small grants to composers who have particular opportunities to advance their careers. This substantial commitment to the Forum supports many commissioning and professional development subsidies for emerging composers in the Foundation's two geographic regions.

Intermedia Arts Minnesota

2003
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

INTERMEDIA ARTS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received a two-year grant of $70,000 in continued support of Naked Stages. Intermedia Arts is a multidisciplinary arts center that builds understanding among people through art. It offers presentations in visual arts, media arts, performance and interdisciplinary forms, which focus on local and regional artists and addressing social themes relevant to their communities. Naked Stages provides to emerging performance artists professional training, opportunities to create new works and present them to the public for feedback, and critical assessment and career building skills to advance their works.

David W. Butler
Neighbors Mural (

1995
Film and Video
Minnesota Film and Video
Minnesota

David W. Butler, Minneapolis, MN, $2,000 (Completion). Neighbors Mural. Finishing funds for a 26-minute video documentary on youth artists completing the fourth and final panel of the We Claim Our Lives mural, part of the Phillips Neighborhoods Safe Art project.

Dempsey Rice
The Animated Mind of Oliver Sacks

2016
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

Dempsey Rice, New York City, received $15,000 in support of The Animated Mind of Oliver Sacks, a documentary film that brings to life ten years of extraordinary conversations with author and neurologist Oliver Sacks, M.D., painting a portrait of his pursuits and his uniquely agile mind.

Bang on a Can

2005
Music
General Program
New York City

BANG ON A CAN, Brooklyn, New York, received a grant of $10,000 in support of the commissioning of new work from three New York City emerging composers, through the People's Commissioning Fund, for performance by the Bang on a Can All-Stars. The ensemble performs a repertoire that reflects a multiplicity of musical genres and traditions. Jerome commissions will go to Annie Gosfield, Yoav Gal, and John Hollenbeck.

Patrick's Cabaret

2006
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

PATRICK'S CABARET, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received a two-year grant of $40,000 in support of its Core Program, which presents an eclectic mix of emerging artists testing audience reaction to new works. The Cabaret is a crucible for the development of new work rather than a production house; it also empowers artists to market their performances and provides opportunities for independent curators to construct programs.

Patricia McLaughlin

2006
Film and Video
Travel and Study
New York City

Film animator PATRICIA MCLAUGHLIN, Brooklyn, New York, will travel to Kyoto, Japan, to work for two months as an artist-in-residence at the Kyoto Art Center. The focus of McLaughlin's work is on the basic necessities for living, the physical and spiritual maintenance of the body. Japan continues to be at the forefront of technological developments for modern urban life, while maintaining strong ties to a spiritual and religious past that remains a mystery to many Westerners. Living among the old and new structures of Kyoto, McLaughlin will witness firsthand the evolution of human ingenuity in Japanese design.

Young Jean Lee's Theater Company

2007
Theater
General Program
New York City

THE FIELD, New York City, as fiscal sponsor for Young Jean Lee's Theater Company, received $10,000 to develop Church, which will be presented in April 2007. Drawing from personal experiences, Young Jean Lee plans to make the most moving, breathtakingly beautiful church service she's capable of making, an original ceremony that borrows from a wide range of religious and cultural traditions. Her intent is to create a complicated and evocative experience for the audience. This grant recognizes the promise of experimental playwright and director Young Jean Lee.

Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Inc.

2002
Visual Arts
General Program
New York City

A two-year grant of $30,000 was awarded to the JAMAICA CENTER FOR ARTS AND LEARNING, Jamaica, New York, in support of the participation of emerging artists in its Visual Arts Program. The Centers mission is to make the arts accessible to the entire community. It is dedicated to supporting the creation of work by emerging and established artists, especially those who are working from cultural traditions and artistic disciplines underrepresented in the artistic community as a whole. The Visual Arts Program mounts thematic group exhibitions, an annual solo show of the Workspace artist in residence and exhibitions organized by independent curators. The Center advocates for artists by providing career resources, exhibition opportunities and support.

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