Grant Category: Visual Arts and Music

Time and Space Limited

Hudson, NY

Amount granted: $15,000

Grant year: 2017

Grant categories: Education, Visual Arts and Music

 

To support its Apprentice Program by paying a portion of the salaries of the apprentices.

Time and Space Limited's (TSL) mission is to educate, enliven, and expand the artistic quality of life in the community and to propose alternatives in art and activism through a community based forum.  TSL is committed to using art, advocacy and dialogue to revitalize the community, inspire positive change, and encourage dialogues across the divisions of class, color, gender and ethnicity.  TSL provides a range of programming including year round arts education, youth programs, film series, live performance music literary events, live simulcasts from the world’s most renowned opera, ballet and theater companies, art installations and community forums. 

Resonant Bodies Festival

New York, NY

Amount granted: $20,000

Grant year: 2017

Grant category: Visual Arts and Music

 

To expand to locations outside of New York City

Resonant Bodies Festival was founded in 2013 to support individual artists, to catalyze the creation of new vocal music, to expand the audience for new vocal music, and to challenge and transform the role of the vocal recitalist.  Funds will be used to expand, for the first time ever, to locations outside of New York City: Melbourne, Australia (May 2017), Los Angeles, California (February 2018) and Chicago, Illinois (April 2018). By adding these new geographic regions to the Festival they hope to expand the global network created by RBF for artists to inform, inspire, and enrich one another.

MIT LIST Visual Arts Center

Cambridge, MA

Amount granted: $6,500

Grant year: 2016

Grant category: Visual Arts and Music

 

To develop a new program for college-age students from the MIT community and beyond to become trained Museum Guides.

The LIST Visual Arts Center is a creative laboratory that provides artists with a space to freely experiment and push existing boundaries in their art.  As the contemporary art museum at MIT, the List Center presents a dynamic program of six to nine special exhibitions in its galleries annually, including a program of evolving site-specific work by emerging artists known as List Projects, as well as a broad range of educational programs, events, and scholarly publications.  Funds will b used to develop a new program for college-age students from the MIT community and beyond to become trained Museum Guides.

Apollo Theater

New York, NY

Amount granted: $20,000

Grant year: 2016

Grant categories: Historic Preservation, Visual Arts and Music

 

To support its Teen Takeover program for high school students.

Apollo Theater’s mission is to preserve and develop the Theater through world class live performances and education programs that: 1) honor the influence and advance the contributions of African-American artists; and 2) advance emerging creative voices across cultural and artistic media.  Funds will be used support its annual Teen Takeover program for high school students, which is an evening of performances “for teens, by teens.”

Stringendo

New York, NY

Amount granted: $5,750

Grant year: 2015

Grant category: Visual Arts and Music

 

To support a fiddle festival and educational outreach.

Contemporaneous

New York, NY

Amount granted: $20,000

Grant year: 2015

Grant category: Visual Arts and Music

 

To support the music ensemble’s project The Laws of Nature.

Hudson Opera House

Hudson, NY

Amount granted: $12,500

Grant year: 2014

Grant category: Visual Arts and Music

 

To support the summer and academic year Youth Arts and Education Programs

Contemporaneous

New York, NY

Amount granted: $8,000

Grant year: 2014

Grant category: Visual Arts and Music

 

To support the music ensemble's project "Breathe."