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Clarence Morgan

1998
Visual Arts
Travel and Study
Minnesota

CLARENCE MORGAN, a painter and Professor of Art at the University of Minnesota, received a grant to spend 10 days in St. Louis, Missouri. Morgan will begin work on a book project with artist Ken Botnick, he will also study an important collection of book art at the Kranzberg Center at Washington University.

Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Art Nature and Dance

2008
Multidisciplinary
General Program
New York City

The Directors authorized a grant of $12,000 to ILAND, New York City, in support of the iLAB Artist-in-Residence Program. Founded in 2004 by choreographer Jennifer Monson, iLAND investigates the power of dance to illuminate a kinetic understanding of the world. It is a dance research organization with a fundamental commitment to environmental sustainability as it relates to art and the urban context, and cultivates cross-disciplinary research. iLAB supports the creative collaborative process between movement-based artists and scientists, environmentalists, landscape architects and others. The goals of the residency program are to encourage emerging/innovative artists, to invigorate and re-imagine relationships between the public and urban environment through kinetic experience; to engage artists and practitioners across the disciplines of dance, art and the ecology of physical interrelationships; and to support the development of process over product such that process is itself a product for artistic and public action.

Bill T. Jones & Arnie Zane Company

1985
Dance
General Program
New York City

Matthew Magratten
The Wall

1999
Film and Video
Minnesota Film and Video
Minnesota

MATTHEW MAGRATTEN, Minneapolis, MN, received $17,000 in support of The Well, a short narrative film that explores the decision making process of a group of children in their budding moral universe, and the nature of action when it is free from accountability.

Media Impact Funders

2017
Miscellaneous
General Program
Other

Media Impact Funders, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, received $2,000 over two years for membership in 2017 and 2018.

JAZZDANCE by Danny Buraczeski

1988
Dance
General Program
New York City

Pillsbury House Theatre

1993
Theater
General Program
Minnesota

Lorraine Norrgard

2000
Film and Video
Travel and Study
Minnesota

A grant was awarded to LORRAINE NORRGARD, a producer/director from Cloquet, Minnesota, to spend one month in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, exploring the similarity of the meaning of the birch tree between the Mongol people and the Anishinabeg, for whom the birch is the tree of life and legend. Shell focus on traditional healing practices in rural Mongolia.

Philanthropy New York

2007
Miscellaneous
General Program
New York City

The NEW YORK REGIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GRANTMAKERS, New York City, received $750 as a Associate Membership for the Jerome Foundation. This organization is a nonprofit forum that conducts research, advocates for its members, tracks proposed legislation and regulations that affect its membership, offers an array of educational programs, provides a networking function, convenes and provides support services to members, posts employment opportunities, and interfaces with the general public on behalf of its members. Founded in 1979, NYRAG is at the forefront of grantmaking in the New York metropolitan area with nearly 300 members.

Keepers of the Waters

1994
Visual Arts
General Program
Minnesota

The Duluth Art Institute, Duluth, Minnesota, received $12,000 to continue the Keepers of the Waters project, conceived and directed by artist Betsy Damon. Keepers of the Waters was launched by the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota in 1990. The project invites artists, scientists, economists, policy-makers and educators to collaborate in placing issues of clean water in citizens' hands.

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