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JUNE 19, 2017 Warhol Foundation Announces Spring 2017 Grant Recipients

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is pleased to announce the recipients of programming and exhibition grants for spring 2017. In total 45 organizations will receive approximately $3.4 million in support of scholarly exhibitions, publications, and visual arts programming including artist residencies and new commissions. This list includes Curatorial Fellowship Grantees. 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, 2017. Grant overview and guidelines are available here.


Anchorage Museum

$75,000
Anchorage, AL
"The Walrus and the Polar Bear: Asveq and Nanook" exhibition  
   

Antenna/Press Street

$100,000
New Orleans, LA  
Program Support (Over 2 Years)  
   

Art Resources Transfer, Inc.

$80,000
New York, NY  
Distribution to Underserved Communities Library Program (over 2 years)
 

Artspace

$100,000
New Haven, CT
Program Support (Over 2 Years)
   

Art21

$100,000
New York, NY
"Art in the Twenty-First Century" (Season 9)(over 2 years)
   

Aubin Pictures, Inc.

$90,000
New York, NY
"American Rhapsody" film project
   

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

$100,000
Omaha, NE
Program Support (Over 2 Years)
   

Blank Forms

$40,000
Brooklyn, NY  
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Lawrence Kumpf
   

BOMB/New Art Publications, Inc. 

$60,000
Brooklyn, NY   
Program Support (Over 2 years)
   

Burchfield Penney Art Center

$30,000
Buffalo, NY
"Ellen Carey: Picture Nothing (a Retrospective), 1976-2015" exhibition
 

Center for Photography at Woodstock

$90,000
Woodstock, NY
Program support (over 2 years)
 

Coleman Center for the Arts

$35,000
York, AL
Artist-In-Residence program support
   

Cooper Union

$30,000
New York, NY
"We Don't Need Another Hero" exhibition  
   

Davis Museum at Wellesley College

$40,000
Wellesley, MA  
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Amanda Gilvin  
   

18th Street Arts Center

$100,000
Santa Monica, CA
Program Support (over 2 years)  
   

516 Arts

$100,000
Albuquerque, NM
Program support (over 2 years)  
   

Grand Central Art Center/ California State University, Fullerton

$100,000
Santa Ana, CA
Artist-in-Residence program support (over 2 years)
   

Guadalupe Central Art Center

$30,000
San Antonio, TX  
"The Other Side of the Alamo: Art Against the Myth" exhibition  
   

Headlands Center for the Arts

$120,000
Sausalito, CA
Program Support (Over 2 years)
   

Independent Curators International

$40,000
New York, NY
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Sydney Stoudmire  
   

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

$100,000
Miami, FL
"Terry Adkins, Infinity is Always Less Than One" exhibition
   

Intermedia Arts

$80,000
Minneapolis, MN
IMPACT Initiative (over 2 years)
   

Krannert Art Museum / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

$100,000
Champaign, IL
Program Support (over 2 years)
   

LAXART

$100,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support (over 2 years)
   

LUMP

$60,000
Realeigh, NC
Program support (over 2 years)
   

Machine Project

$50,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support   
   

Mattress Factory

$100,000
Pittsburgh, PA
Program support (over 2 years)  
   

Mophradat

$100,000
Brussels, Belgium
Program support (over 2 years)  
   

Motionpoems

$22,000
Minneapolis, MN
Program Support  
   

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

$100,000
Chicago, IL
"Howardena Pindell: What Remains to be Seen" exhibition  
   

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

$100,000
Los Angeles, CA
"One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art" exhibition
   

Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

$100,000
Cleveland, OH  
Exhibition program support (over 2 years)
   

Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

$50,000
Santa Fe, NM
Residency program support (over 2 years)
   

North Dakota Museum of Art

$39,000
Grand Forks, ND
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Laurel Reuter
   

PARSE NOLA

$60,000
New Orleans, LA
Program support (over 2 years)
   

Project X Foundation for Art and Criticism

$80,000
Los Angeles, CA
Program support (over 2 years)
   

RedLine Denver

$100,000
Denver, CO
Program support (over 2 years)
   

Smack Mellon

$80,000
Brooklyn, NY
Program support (over 2 years)
   

Space One Elevene

$80,000
Birmingham, AL  
Program support (over 2 years)  
   

Squeaky Wheel / Buffalo Media Resources

$25,000
Buffalo, NY  
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Ekrem Serdar  
   

STUDIO for Creative Inquiry / Carnegie Mellon University

$50,000
Pittsburgh, PA  
Curatorial Research Fellowship: Jon Rubin and Dawn Weleski  
   

Tang Museum / Skidmore College

$60,000
Saratoga Springs, NY  
"The Imagist Object: New Dimensions in Chicago Art, 1964-1980" exhibition  
   

Temple Contemporary / Tyler School of Art, Temple University

$80,000
Philadelphia, PA  
Program support (over 2 years)  
   

Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts / California College of the Arts

$100,000
San Francisco, CA  
Program support (over 2 years)  
   

Whitney Museum of American Art

$100,000
New York, NY  
"David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night" exhibition