Eleanor Savage

Digital video producer ELEANOR SAVAGE was awarded a grant to spend one week in Macon, Georgia, where she will research, interview, and collect experimental footage for a video project about how growing up during the cultural wars of the 1960s and 70s influenced her identity as an organizer and artist invested in community building. The origins of her efforts to create social change sprang from radical childhood experiences. Authority figures in her childhood promoted irrational hatred about the very emotional, intellectual, and developmental convictions that inspired her.

About this grant

Year
2001
Discipline
Film and Video
Grant Program
Travel and Study
Location
Minnesota

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