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DECEMBER 17, 2012 Warhol Foundation Announces Fall 2012 Grants

 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of programming and exhibition grants for fall 2012. In total 42 organizations in 20 states will receive over $3.6 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 March 1, 2013. Grant overview and guidelines are available here.

FALL 2012 GRANTS

 

African Film Festival $100,000
New York, NY
Program Support (over 2 years)
 
Ann Arbor Film Festival
 
$40,000
Ann Arbor, MI
Special Programs (over 2 years)
 
Artpace
 
$150,000
San Antonio, TX
Artist-in-Residence program support (over 2 years)
 
Aspen Art Museum
 
$100,000
Aspen, CO
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
 
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture/University of Maryland
 
$50,000
Baltimore, MD
"Visibility Machines: Harun Farocki & Trevor Paglen" exhibition
 
Chicago Artists' Coalition
 
$80,000
Chicago, IL
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Churchill Arts Council
 
$80,000
Los Angeles, CA
Exhibition support (over 2 years)
 
CUE Art Foundation
 
$150,000
New York, NY
Program Support (over 2 years)  
 
DiverseWorks
 
$150,000
Houston, TX
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Echo Park Film Center
 
$40,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Franklin Furnace Archive
 
$70,000
Brooklyn, NY
"InClimate: Climate Change Solutions, Awareness, and Action" project
 
Franklin Street Works
 
$40,000
Stamford, CT
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Abrons Art Center at Henry Street Settlement
 
$40,000
New York, NY
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
Hidden City Philadelphia
 
$80,000
Philadelphia, PA
Hidden City Festival
 
The Institute of Contemporary Art
 
$100,000
Boston, MA
"Fibrous: Soft Objects 1960s - Present" exhibition
 
The Jewish Museum
 
$50,000
New York, NY
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Dr. Maurice Berger
 
TIE, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition
 
$77,000
Colorado Springs, CO
"Alternative Measures: An Investigation of Artist-run Film Labs" conference and festival
 
Laumeier Sculpture Park
$70,000
St. Louis, MO
"The River Between Us" exhibition
 
Midway Contemporary Art  $120,000
Minneapolis, MN
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth $75,000
Fort Worth, TX
"Mexico: Inside Out" exhibition
 
El Museo del Barrio $100,000
New York, NY
"The (S) Files 2013" exhibition 
 
Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville
 
$75,000
Jacksonville, FL
"Project Atrium" exhibition series (over 2 years)
 
Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson
 
$80,000
Tucson, AZ
Program support  (over 2 years)
 
Museum of Modern Art
 
$100,000
New York, NY
"Isa Genzken" exhibition
 
National Alliance of Media Arts and Culture
 
$150,000
San Francisco, CA
Professional Development for Visual Arts Leaders (over 2 years)
 
New Museum
 
$100,000
New York, NY
"Chris Burden: Extreme Measures" exhibition
 
New Orleans Museum of Art
 
$100,000
New Orleans, LA
"Mel Chin: Rematch" exhibition
 
Nicolaysen Art Museum
 
$120,000
Casper, WY
Exhibition support (over 2 years)
 
Outpost Artists Resources
 
$40,000
San Francisco, CA
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Performa
 
$100,000
New York, NY
Artist commissions and public programs for Performa 13
 
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
 
$70,000
Philadelphia, PA
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
 
Philbrook Museum of Art
 
$50,000
Tulsa, OK
"Remainder" exhibition
 
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art
 
$150,000
Portland, OR
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Printed Matter
 
$150,000
New York, NY
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Rochester Art Center
 
$75,000
Rochester, MN
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
 
SculptureCenter
 
$100,000
Long Island City, Queens, NY
Program support (over 2 years)
 
Smith College Museum of Art
 
$80,000
Northampton, MA
"Mary Baumeister: The New York Decade" exhibition
 
SPACES
 
$100,000
Cleveland, OH
Visual arts program support (over 2 years)
 
University of Contemporary Art/ University of Massachusetts
 
$90,000
Amherst, MA
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
   
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee /INOVA $31,500
Milwaukee, WI  
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Sara Krajewski  
   
Yale Union  $60,000
Portland, OR  
Program Support (over 2 years)  
   
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
$75,000
San Francisco, CA  
"Dissident Futures" exhibition