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2020 Emergency Grants: Visual Arts

19 Projects Supported

Abigail Raphael Collins (Los Angeles, CA), a video, photography, and installation artist, received a grant in February to install Out of Play at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in Los Angeles, CA, February 9-April 19.

Helga Fassonaki (Los Angeles, CA), a video, performance, and installation artist, received a grant in February to present Khal at Human Resources in Los Angeles, CA, on March 19 and 20.

Future Farmers (San Francisco, CA), an artist collective, received a grant in January to present Fog Inquiry at at the Institute of the Arts and Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA, with gatherings from February 15-29, and at Kunstpalais Erlangen in Erlangen, Germany, February 29-May 24.

Uli Golub (Oakland, CA), a video and installation artist, received a grant in January to present Look, She's Got Beard! at the Pinchuk Art Center in Kyiv, Ukraine, February 7-May 1.

Óscar González (Chicago, IL), a sculptor and digital media artist, received a grant in January to present Floor Piece (a minute on, an eternity off) at the Chicago Cultural Center in Chicago, IL, February 15-May 10.

Zac Hacmon (Brooklyn, NY), a sculptor and installation artist, received a grant in February to present Beyond the Pale at The Border in Brooklyn, NY, February 14-March 22.

Stanya Kahn (Los Angeles, CA), a video artist, received a grant in January to present No Go Backs at the Wexner Center for the Arts at the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH, January 31-April 26.

Colin McMullan (Hartford, CT), an interdisciplinary artist, received a grant in February to install Tree Spa for Urban Forest Healing in the group exhibition Weather Report at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, CT, on March 21-22.

Susan Mogul (Los Angeles, CA), a video, installation, and performance artist, received a grant in February to present An Artist of a Certain Time at The Zacheta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, Poland, February 14-April 13; The Kunsthaus Graz in Graz, Austria, March 13-June 14; and the Belvedere Gallery in Vienna, Austria, on April 4th.

Rosa Nussbaum and Kevin Brophy(Philadelphia, PA), a sculptor, performance, and new media artist, received a grant in February to present Housewives of the Queer Hearth in the Sheetz Gallery of the Misciagna Family Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State Altoona in Altoona, PA, March 9-April 20.

Catalina Ouyang (Brooklyn, NY), a sculpture, installation, film, and performance artist, received a grant in February to present it has always been the perfect instrument at the Knockdown Center in Queens, NY, February 29-April 12.

Alexis Rivierre (St. Louis, MO), a visual and performance artist, received a grant in January to present This, That & The Third at Brooklyn Wayfarers in Brooklyn, February 6-23.

Catalina Schliebener (Brooklyn, NY), a collage, mural, and installation artist, received a grant in February to present Satanic Panic Series in the exhibition Omniscient: Queer Documentation in an Image Culture at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art in New York, NY, May 9-August 2.

Miriam Simun (Boston, MA), a video and performance artist, received a grant in February to present YOUR URGE TO BREATHE IS A LIE in the exhibition Never the Same Color at Solyanka Gallery in Moscow, Russia, February 3-March 1, with workshops on February 4 and 6.

Audrey Snyder and Joe Riley (La Jolla, CA), sculptors, received a grant in February to permanently install Into the ground at The Courts in Borrego Springs, CA.

Almaz Wilson (Miami, FL), a visual artist, received a grant in February to present backroads, a solo exhibition at FiveMyles in Brooklyn, February 22-March 19.

Elizabeth Withstandley (Los Angeles, CA), a visual artist, received a grant in January to present The Symphony of Names: No Man is an Island at IN-SONORA 11 in Madrid, Spain, March 9-18.

Sichong Xie (Pasadena, CA), a sculptor, video, and performance artist, received a grant in January to present Do Donkeys Know Politics in the group exhibition We Are Here at the Pacific Asia Museum at the University of Southern California in Pasadena, CA, March 13-June 7.

Samira Yamin (Los Angeles, CA), a visual artist, received a grant in January to present Passing Obliquely From One Medium Into Another at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, a contemporary art space in Los Angeles, February 9-April 19.