Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio and Art Omi

New Work Project Grants • 2022

Noa Yekutieli

Grants for Visual Artists • 2022

Stephanie J. Woods

Grants for Visual Artists • 2022

Aziz Hazara and Smack Mellon

New Work Project Grants • 2022

Lex Brown and MIT List Visual Arts Center

New Work Project Grants • 2022

Jared Thorne

Grants for Visual Artists • 2022

Felandus Thames

Grants for Visual Artists • 2022

The Harpo Foundation was established in 2006 by artist Ed Levine to support emerging and under-recognized visual artists. Through grants and residency programs, the Foundation seeks to affirm the centrality of the artist in the world of art, encourage new modes of making and thinking about art, and expand inclusivity and equitable representation in the visual arts. 

The Foundation also preserves Ed Levine’s creative legacy to provide access to the art and ideas of an unconventional thinker who extended the experience of art-making in unexpected and adventuresome ways. 

Ronald Athey

Natalie Marie Ball

Yasmine Nasser Diaz

June Edmonds
Jennifer Moon

Anja Marais

Marie Watt

Jessica Segall

For Artists

Grants for Visual Artists

The Grants for Visual Artists award provides direct support to under-recognized artists 21 years or older.

For Non-Profits

New Work Project Grants

Ronny Quevedo and University Art Museum, State University at New York, University at Albany

Cosmo Whyte and Prospect New Orleans
Cannupa Hanska Luger and SITE Santa Fe

Athena LaTocha and BRIC

Harold Mendez and Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA)

Raven Chacon & Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

Mike Cloud and Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts

Abigail DeVille and Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Ronny Quevedo and University Art Museum, State University at New York, University at Albany

Cosmo Whyte and Prospect New Orleans
Cannupa Hanska Luger and SITE Santa Fe

Athena LaTocha and BRIC

Harold Mendez and Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA)

Raven Chacon & Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

Mike Cloud and Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts

Abigail DeVille and Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

For Non-Profits

New Work Project Grants

New Work Project Grants awards are made to non-profit organizations in support of new work by under-recognized artists 21 years or older.

Residency Programs

The Foundation supports residency fellowship programs at Vermont Studio Center in addition to a residency program, Back River Road Residency Retreat, at Ed Levine’s former home and studio in South Royalton, Vermont.

Back River Road Residency Retreat

Harpo Foundation Native American Residency at Vermont Studio Center