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The Bronx Museum of the Arts

2011
Visual Arts
General Program
New York City

THE BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS, Bronx, New York, received $18,000 in support of the Artist in the Marketplace Program (AIM) and an accompanying Biennial exhibition and catalog. The Museum presents new ideas and voices in a larger, global context and makes contemporary art both a relevant and indespensible experience for culturally diverse Bronx K-12 students, families, community residents, artists, art patrons, and museum visitors. It presents exhibitions that feature works by diverse and under-represented artists on themes that explore the intersections between popular culture and contemporary art. AIM provides opportunities for emerging artists who have yet to establish strong career roots. Now entering its 31st year, AIM has helped 1,080 artists engage with leading art professionals through seminar sessions and studio visits. AIM artists are selected via an open call and expert panel review. The artists are diverse in age, experience, education, and nationality. AIM invests in the careers of 36 artists each year, and maintains ties with alumni as they move forward in their professions. Each group of 18 artists attends 12 weekly seminars. A culminating Biennial exhibition features works by AIM artists

International Arts Relations, Inc.

1988
Visual Arts
General Program
New York City

Zeitgeist

1982
Music
General Program
Minnesota

Livia Ungur

2016
Film and Video
Travel and Study
New York City

Livia Ungur and Sherng-Lee Huang, New York City, received $5,000 to travel to Bucharest, Romania to conduct research for a feature-length essay film about pop culture under totalitarian rule; gather newsreel, television, and movie footage from the National Film Archives; and interview people involved in the original productions.

Asian American Renaissance

1999
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

ASIAN AMERICAN RENAISSANCE, St. Paul, Minnesota, received a grant of $35,050 in support of the Artist Development Grants Program and services to and support for emerging professional Asian American artists. The mission of the Renaissance is to build community through the arts. Its program explores socio-cultural, historical and contemporary issues important to a Pan Asian community. Two years ago, the Renaissance piloted an Artist Career Development Program in which an independent selection panel competitively reviewed proposals for career and work development projects. Jerome Foundation is dedicating $25,050 in support of emerging artists development grants in the second round of this program. In addition, funds are designated

Orchestra of Our Time Inc.

1982
Music
General Program
New York City

Sophronia Liu

1996
Theater
Travel and Study
Minnesota

Actor and writer SOPHRONIA LIU will visit Hong Kong and Washington D.C. She will receive advanced training in Tai Chi and in Asian theater movement and/or voice, as well as collect materials for future performance and writing projects. During a one-month trip to Washington DC, she will attend the Adult Improvisational Theater Workshops conducted by the Living Stage Theater Company.

Media Impact Funders

2011
Miscellaneous
General Program
Other

Jerome Foundation renewed its general support of and membership in GRANTMAKERS IN FILM + ELECTRONIC MEDIA, Oakland, California, in the form of a $3,000 commitment. Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media (GFEM), an affinity group of the Council on Foundations, is an association of grantmakers committed to advancing the field of media arts and public interest media funding. It is a resource for grantmakers who fund media content, infrastructure, and policy, and those who employ media to further their program goals. It is also a resource for funders who wish to learn more about media.

Intermedia Arts Minnesota

1997
Multidisciplinary
General Program
Minnesota

INTERMEDIA ARTS MINNESOTA, Minneapolis, received $18,000 in support of artists works within the HomeWork Project. A key component in Intermedias development of a new home was to use as much of the construction budget as possible to pay artists to make essential elements of the building, thereby increasing artist ownership of the building and achieving a design which was strengthened by the active engagement of creative ideas. A call for proposals from artists was put forth by a design team, which received nearly 100 proposals from 29 artists and teams of artists. Eleven projects were identified. The first grouping of those projects was implemented during the last year and a half with funding from Jerome Foundation and other sources. This recent grant was authorized for Phase II of HomeWork, which will involve new works by artists Brian Jon Foster, Joy Mincy Powell, Gwendolyn Schwinke, Jason Brown, Andrew Sinning, Judith Yourman, Elaine Sheer, Chris Krumm, Norbert Marklin and Esther Malabel.

Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre

1995
Dance
General Program
Minnesota

Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota, received $15,000 as a one-time, mid-career artist project grant for the development of the work Garden of Names. The creator, Susana di Palma, faces with this work an opportunity to take risks and meet a substantial challenge.

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