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INVESTING IN ARTISTS GRANTS PROGRAM

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The Investing in Artists’ grants program supporting Artistic Innovation projects and acquisition of Artistic Equipment and Tools for California artists will be concluding in its current form with the July 2014 application round for the Visual Arts, Craft and Literary Arts.  Our thanks to The James Irvine Foundation and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for their generous support of eight continuous years of grantmaking to individual artists across the state.

CCI is currently in the planning stages for the next iteration of grant programs for California artists and we urge you to check back with us at the end of 2014 for further updates.

Current Program Information:

We are pleased to announce 2014 Investing in Artists Grantees in the Visual Arts, Craft & Literary Arts Round.

Grantees in the Artistic Equipment & Tools Category:

  • S.A. Bachman (LOUDER THAN WORDS) (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Jeff Cain (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Dino Dinco (Multidisciplinary, Los Angeles)
  • Mark Flores (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Micol Hebron (Multidisciplinary, Los Angeles)
  • Kenyatta Hinkle (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Olga Koumoundouros (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Janis Crystal Lipzin (Multidisciplinary, Sebastopol)
  • Richard Montoya (Literature, Los Angeles)
  • Maria Porges (Visual Arts, Oakland)
  • Isaac Resnikoff (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Chris Thorson (Visual Arts, Oakland)

Grantees in the Artistic Innovation Category:

  • Stephen Berens (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Guillermo Bert (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Jacqueline Gordon (Multidisciplinary, Los Angeles)
  • Suzanne Lacy (Visual Arts, Marina del Rey)
  • Rebecca Lowry (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Susan Mogul (Visual Arts, Los Angeles)
  • Alison O'Daniel (Multidisciplinary, Los Angeles)
  • Michele OMarah (Multidisciplinary, Los Angeles)
  • Erica Lorraine Scheidt (Literature, Berkeley)
  • Tracey Snelling (Visual Arts, Oakland)
  • Weston Teruya (Visual Arts, Berkeley)

View the Full Press Release Here.


To browse past grantees in this program use the search form here. You can also See Past Awards Press Releases

 

 

 


CCI Investing in Artists Grants program is made available in part, by funding from:

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