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The Soap Factory

1993
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Ivy Baldwin Dance, Inc.
Brooklyn Academy of Music premiere of Oxbow (formerly titled Scheduled Wailing), a new dance by Ivy Baldwin

2013
Dance
General Program
New York City

IVY BALDWIN DANCE, Brooklyn, New York, received $10,000 in support of the development and premiere of a new work, Oxbow. Formed in 1999, Ivy Baldwin Dance is dedicated to the creation and performance of contemporary dance. Baldwin collaborates with dancers, designers, and visual artists on original works, and shares them with the public through live performance. In this new work, Baldwin will explore how time is experienced differently in the spaces that people endow with significance, how time is manipulated, and how subtle actions and motions are magnified, as if seen in a time-lapse nature film. The performers will work with the idea of keening, a vocal lament not only from the voice but also from bones, muscles, organs, and face. Using the physical movements of rocking, kneeling, and clapping as springboards, Baldwin will create a highly stylized movement vocabulary specific to the new work.

New York Live Arts

2011
Dance
General Program
New York City

NEW YORK LIVE ARTS, New York City, received $23,000 in support of commissions for the creation and production of new works by emerging choreographers. The mission of New York Live Arts is to support dance artists and other creative artists at all stages of their careers through new and adaptive approaches to producing, presenting, education, and community engagement. The commissioning and creative residency program provides emerging artists with a critical combination of commissioning funds for new work and creative and rehearsal time for its execution.

Minnesota Historical Society

1990
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

Scott Westphal-Solary

2004
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

Funding was awarded to SCOTT WESTPHAL-SOLARY for All Gods Children, a feature length documentary that takes a personal look at the damages three former Christian missionary families have endured due to unthinkable abuse their children suffered at the hands of staff at a missionary boarding school (the Mamou Alliance Academy in West Africa).

Fence Magazine, Inc.

2005
Literature
General Program
New York City

FENCE MAGAZINE, New York City, received $10,000 in support of the publication of new works by emerging New York City and Minnesota writers. Since 1998, FENCE has published poetry and short fiction in magazine and book forms, and coordinated discussions, both public and in print, on topics that illuminate and contextualize contemporary literature. It selects work from a wide range of writing styles and aesthetic stances. It celebrates the idiosyncrasies of authors and nurtures individual voices. Jerome support is directed toward the publication of poetry and fiction by emerging writers. The magazine encourages unsolicited submissions and commits to an open and generous stance in its review.

Southwest Minnesota State University

1971
Music
General Program
Minnesota

Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts
Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP)

2014
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

THE MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ARTS, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received a two-year grant of $48,000 in support of the participation of emerging artists in the Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program. The Institute's mission is to enrich the community by collecting, preserving, and making accessible outstanding works of art from the world's diverse cultures. The Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP) is a curatorial program dedicated to exhibiting and supporting artists living and working in the state of Minnesota. An elected artist panel representing the Minnesota artist community selects fellow artists to exhibit their work at the Institute. By presenting contemporary art within the context of an encyclopedic art museum, the MAEP actively inserts the state's artists into a broader discourse about history, art, and culture. This forum for contemporary art and ideas has presented more than 180 exhibitions over the past 35 years.

Blacklock Nature Sanctuary

2008
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

BLACKLOCK NATURE SANCTUARY, Moose Lake, Minnesota, received $21,560 in support of the Emerging Artist Fellowship Program. Blacklock is dedicated to preserving undeveloped land and providing artists with uninterrupted time and space to develop new work. It fosters creative growth through direct experience, study and interpretation of nature. Its retreat center includes an all-season house, two studios, hiking trails, space for temporary installations and a photographic darkroom. The Emerging Artist Fellowship Program provides artists working in the performing, visual and literary arts with significant periods of uninterrupted residency time for research and creative exploration in a quiet natural setting. Two and four-week residencies are provided at the Sanctuary in Moose Lake and the Nadine Blacklock House on Lake Superior.

Minnesota Orchestral Association

1987
Music
General Program
Minnesota

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