2012

Wandering Mill & Retextil Foundation
New Work Project Grant

Wandering Mill is a Hungarian art collective that creates experimental works directly with community members using artistic methods that improve communication, change attitudes, and help solve social problems. Harpo will support a new performance and direct community action by Wandering Mill that will happen in collaboration with Retextil Foundation, an...

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Peter Sutherland & Printed Matter
New Work Project Grant

Harpo funding is supporting a new artist book by Peter Sutherland. Printed Matter is working with the artist on the publication, which will be a physical aggregation of all of the artist's posts to his Tumblr Blog. Beginning in October 2009, Peter has made 3627 posts, currently has over...

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Jillian Mayer & Locust Projects
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation is providing support for Jillian Mayer’s performance and exhibition 'We Are Talking' at Locust Projects. A sound stage for a televised talk show will be installed inside the gallery, creating a set for the artist to perform the role of host to gallery visitors. The artist will not...

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Markus Kåhre & Liverpool Biennial
New Work Project Grant

Harpo funding will be used to support a new commission by Markus Kåhre for the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art. Kåhre will transform the first floor of a 1746 public house into a site-specific installation that will reference the communal linguistic root of words such as ‘host’, ‘guest’ and ‘ghost’,...

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Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford & Hyde Park Art Center
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation is supporting Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford's residency and exhibition opportunity at Hyde Park Art Center, where the artist will develop and present the project, “Hall of Khan,” a large-scale multi-media installation that will address the human fascination with conquest and building empires, and questioning the prospect of future societies’ ability...

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Ross Chaney
Native American Residency Fellow

Ross Chaney is an enrolled member of both the Osage Tribe and Cherokee Nation. He grew up in Oklahoma but now lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Chaney received a scholarship to study Japanese art, culture and language and earned two master’s degrees by age 25 in International Relations and Comparative...

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