paris cyan cian in collaboration with theShoreCo.'s Cameron Mitchell Ware (creative producer) and jeremy de'jon (AWAW EAG), theShore:in/SIGHT (2021), film. Photo Credit: Ryan Hodgson-Rigsbee
Here Are the 14 Gripping, Change-Making Projects That Won Anonymous Was A Woman’s First Ever $250,000 Environmental Art Grants
The grant is designed to address the lack of existing support for environmental art.
Vittoria Benzine, August 24, 2022
A community project focused on soil health, an installation that brings queer artists to the streets of New Orleans, and an exhibition that interrogates Brownsville, Texas’s rebranding as a SpaceX “space city” are among the projects awarded funding as part of the first ever Anonymous Was A Woman Environmental Art Grants.
The program—an offshoot of the long-running Anonymous Was A Woman (AWAW) grant initiative—is a partnership with New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and offers a onetime grant of up to $20,000 to 14 female-led, impact-driven environmental art projects in the U.S. Awardees hail from locations ranging from Puerto Rico to the Pacific Northwest and explore climate change through performance, magic, mycology, fashion design, and more.
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