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Nicole Koschmann

1999
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

NICOLE KOSCHMANN received support for Black, White and Yellow, a short, experimental documentary that will explore the relationship between two sisters - one White and the other Black/Chinese - at a time when their racial difference becomes an issue.

Dance Today

1989
Dance
General Program
Minnesota

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

1985
Music
General Program
Minnesota

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

1993
Visual Arts
General Program
New York City

Galen Treuer

2007
Theater
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Performing artists, creators and clowns GALEN TREUER, NOAH BREMER, MEGAN ODELL AND VANESSA VOSKUIL, Minnesota, will travel to Campinas, Brazil, to attend two weeks of intensive study with the Lume Teatro company. Coinciding with the Carnival season, Lume's intensive workshops encompass clowns, butoh, dance and theater practices. The four artists expect to be artistically and physically challenged and will return to Minnesota with new skills to enrich their art making and teaching.

Minneapolis College of Art and Design

1971
Media Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Ernest Marrero

1984
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

Open Channels / Dixon Place

1991
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

Savage Aural Hotbed

2005
Music
General Program
Minnesota

The SOUTHERN THEATER, Minneapolis, Minnesota, as fiscal agent for SAVAGE AURAL HOTBED, received $8,000 in support of the creation and production of the new work The Rate of Mass Displacement is Momentum at the Southern Theater. The Southern presents alternative performances by artists responding to contemporary issues and life situations from the perspectives of the varied cultural communities in the Twin Cities. Savage Aural Hotbed is an ensemble of four composer-musicians who create highly percussive music and sound experiences using found objects, industrial machines, and musical instruments. The composer-performers are Mark Black, William Melton, Stuart DeVaan and Dean Hawthorne. The changing urban landscape, which includes building and destruction, is the basis for this new work. Savage Aural Hotbed envisions a symphony of steel, the rhythmic cadence of pile drivers accompanied by pulsing, droning engines and whining motors, with beeping back-up signals providing counterpoint.

Chanticleer

2006
Music
General Program
OTHER

A special memorial grant of $15,000 honoring the service of Maud Hill Schroll, Jerome Hill's sister, to the Jerome Foundation as one of its original Members was authorized to CHANTICLEER, an exemplary orchestra of voices, based in San Francisco, California, for the commissioning and presentation of a new work.


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