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Susan Korda

1998
Film and Video
New York City Film and Video
New York City

Funding was awarded to SUSAN KORDA in support of Either/Or, a 60-minute experimental documentary that looks at how the personalities and destinies of a Holocaust survivor's two children were molded by the experiences of their parents.

Dance Today

1989
Dance
General Program
Minnesota

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

1985
Music
General Program
Minnesota

The Bronx Museum of the Arts

1989
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

Patrice Mallard

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

PATRICE MALLARD was provided with a grant for BRIARS WILL CUT: My Mother's Line, a video documentary that tells her story as an African-American woman born in the deep South who traces her matrilineal line back five generations.

Open Channels / Dixon Place

1991
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

Saratoga International Theater Institute

2005
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

SITI COMPANY, New York City, received $10,000 in support of the 2006 Associates New Work Series. SITI is an ensemble-based theater company led by Anne Bogart. Its mission is to create bold new productions, to perform and tour those works nationally and internationally, to train together consistently, to develop theater professionals and students, and to create opportunities for artistic dialogue and cultural exchange. The goal of the Associates program is to nurture the next generation of theater artists by facilitating the creation and presentation of new works in an atmosphere of artistic dialogue and exchange. In 2006, the Associates New Work Series will serve six emerging theater artists by supporting works-in-progress performances of new works initiated by these artists, assigning Company members as mentors for the artists, providing performance and rehearsal space in the SITI Studio, offering stipends and budgets to cover artists' fees and production expenses, and dedicating a series producer to supervise development and production matters.

Tarah Jackson

2001
Film and Video
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Digital media artist TARAH JACKSON, Deer River, received funding to spend 65 days traveling to Cambridge, Massachusetts, and various Ojibwe and Potowatomi areas in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Canada. Jackson will explore her Native American heritage and further her artistic pursuits. She will visit museums in Cambridge to see how Native people are portrayed, and she will experience the land from which her people migrated. Jackson will attend an Ojibwe language immersion camp and spend a month at the Potowatomi Gathering in Ontario, Canada.

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