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JUNE 24, 2010 Warhol Foundation Announces Spring 2010 Grants

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of programming and exhibition grants for spring 2010. In total 39 organizations in 15 states and three foreign countries will receive over $3.5 million in support of scholarly exhibitions; publications; and visual arts programming including artist residencies and new commissions. To read further about a selection of organizations and projects receiving funding look for the Learn More feature on the Awarded Grants page. The next deadline for applying to the foundation is September 1, 2010. Grant overview and guidelines are available online.

SPRING 2010 GRANTS

Arizona State University Art Museum
$60,000
Tempe, AZ
"Social Studies" residencies and exhibitions (over 2 years)
 
Barbados Museum & Historical Society
 
$100,000
St. Michael, Barbados
"Black Jacobins: Negritude in a Post Global 21st Century" exhibition
 
Bay Area Video Coalition
 
$120,000
San Francisco, CA
Frameworks program support (over 2 years)
 
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive / University of California
 
$100,000
Berkeley, CA
Barry McGee retrospective exhibition
 
BRIC Arts / Media / Bklyn
 
$80,000
Brooklyn, NY
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Central Utah Art Center
 
$95,000
Ephraim, UT
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Chicano Studies Research Center / University of California, Los Angeles 
 
$115,000
Los Angeles, CA
"A Ver: Revisioning Art History" and "Los Angeles: The Mexican Presence in L.A. Art, 1945-80" catalogue
 
Coney Island Museum
 
$60,000
Brooklyn, NY
 
Contemporary Museum
 
$110,000
Baltimore, MD
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Creative Time, Inc.
 
$150,000
New York, NY
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Flux Factory, Inc.
 
$60,000
Queens, NY
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
The Glassell School of Art / Museum of Fine Arts
 
$100,000
Houston, TX
Core Program support (over 2 years)
 
Independent Curators International
 
$90,000
New York, NY
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Institute of Contemporary Art / University of Pennsylvania
 
$60,000
Philadelphia, PA
Charlene von Heyl exhibition
 
Kala Art Institute
 
$150,000
Berkeley, CA
Residency program support (over 3 years)
 
The Kitchen
 
$120,000
New York, NY
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
List Visual Arts Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
$100,000
Cambridge, MA
"Juan Downey, The Invisible Architect" exhibition
 
MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana
$80,000
San Jose, CA
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Museum of Arts and Design
$100,000
New York, NY
"The Global Africa Project" exhibition
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
$100,000
Chicago, IL
"This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980s” exhibition
 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
$100,000
Los Angeles, CA
William Leavitt exhibition
 
National Association of Latino Arts and Culture
 
$130,000
San Antonio, TX
NALAC Fund for the Arts (over 2 years)
 
New Orléans Afrikan Film and Arts Festival
 
$80,000
New Orleans, LA
Program support  (over 2 years)
 
Otis College of Art & Design
 
$50,000
Los Angeles, CA
"Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building" exhibition
 
Philadelphia Museum of Art
 
$100,000
Philadelphia, PA
"Michelangelo Pistoletto: From One to Many, 1956-1974" exhibition
 
Pro Arts
 
$70,000
Oakland, CA
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Project Row Houses
 
$120,000
Houston, TX
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Redux Contemporary Art Center
 
$70,000
Charleston, SC
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
San Francisco Film Society
 
$80,000
San Francisco, CA
KinoTek series support (over 2 years)
 
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
 
$80,000
Santa Barbara, CA
Charles Garabedian exhibition
 
1708 Gallery
 
$60,000
Richmond, VA
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Small Axe
 
$120,000
New York, NY
"The Visual Life of Catastrophic Memory" project (over 3 years)
 
Tate Britain
 
$100,000
London, UK
Susan Hiller exhibition
 
UCLA Hammer Museum
 
$75,000
Los Angeles, CA
"Voices of Silence" exhibition
 
University of Wyoming / University of Wyoming Art Museum
 
$50,000
Laramie, WY
Etsuko Ichikawa and Margaret Cogswell exhibitions
 
Vancouver Art Gallery
 
$75,000
Vancouver, BC,
Ken Lum exhibition
 
The Velaslavasay Panorama
 
$50,000
Los Angeles, CA
Exhibitions and programming support (over 2 years)
 
Walker Art Center
 
$75,000
Minneapolis, MN
"Spectacular Vernacular" exhibition
 
White Flag Projects
 
$80,000
St. Louis, MO
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)