RECIPIENTS

Carolina Caycedo
Grants for Visual Artists

Carolina Caycedo’s art practice moves beyond the bounds of the studio, gallery and institution and extends into the realm of the social, where she explores systems of movement and exchange, and processes of assimilation and resistance. With her work, the artist seeks to “engage with issues and contexts that...

Liz Glynn
Grants for Visual Artists

Liz Glynn creates sculptures, large-scale installations, and participatory performances using epic historical narratives to explore the potential for change in the present. Her practice seeks to embody the dynamics of growth, decay, and renewal by evidencing process, encouraging participation, and inciting future action. (Excerpt and images below selected from grant...

Chris Larson and the Walker Art Center
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation is pleased to provide project support for a new video installation by Chris Larson at the Walker Art Center's Medtronic Gallery in 2016. Chris Larson creates ambitious sculptural installations and films with unique narrative structures, often in response to specific sites. The new work, entitled, "Land...

Silvia Gruner and The Americas Society
New Work Project Grant

Harpo Foundation is pleased to provide project support toward the production of a new video work by Silvia Gruner called 'Hemisphere.' This two-channel video will premiere at The Americas Society in conjunction with the exhibition, “Hemispheres: A Labyrinth Sketchbook by Silvia Gruner” and will be seen alongside a selection of...

Rochelle Kulei Nielsen
Native American Residency Fellow

Rochelle Kulei Nielsen is a member of the Northwest Band of Shoshone Nation. She lives in Vancouver, Washington and works in Portland, Oregon. She received her MFA in Contemporary Studio Practice from Portland State University in 2012. About her work she writes, "I am interested in using traditional materials...

Margaret Jacobs
Native American Residency Fellow

Margaret Jacobs is a member of Mohawk, St. Regis Akwesasne. She has a BA in Studio Art from Dartmouth College. As a recipient of Harpo Foundation's Native American Residency Fellowship award, Ms. Jacobs spent one month in residence at the Vermont Studio Center in January 2015 developing new work. [gallery link="file"...