Less than $50,000

MARe/Muzeul de Artă Recentă
Bucharest, Romania

To support “Voiced On,” a series of public programs that accompanies three solo exhibitions of, respectively, the American artists Dan Graham, Matt Mullican, and Cindy Sherman. The programs, which involve the artists as well as invited scholars, are presented in formats for a variety of local audiences to raise awareness of American art in Romania. The programs are recorded and widely disseminated in video and audio formats with the aim of creating a digital platform that can be updated and expanded for audiences going forward.

Clark University
Worcester, Massachusetts

To support “Race in the History of Design: Objects, Identity, Methodologies,” a two-day, workshop-style program that brings together ten scholars from the US and Europe to share research on the topic of race in the field of design history, an underexamined area in the study of objects. The program is set to take place at the Centre de Formation et de Seminaires in Remich, Luxembourg.

Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

To support “Reshaping the Field: Arts of the African Diaspora on Display,” a three-day program that aims to re-examine the legacy of exhibitions that have featured art by Black artists in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Laboratoire de Recherches sur les Cultures Anglophones
Paris, France

To support “About Time: Temporality in American Art and Visual Culture,” a two-day symposium to be held at the Université de Paris that aims to establish the concept of time and temporality as an essential category in American art from the seventeenth century to today.

Krannert Art Museum
Urbana, Illinois

To support “Hal Fischer Photographs: Seriality, Sexuality, Semiotics,” a three-day international, interdisciplinary symposium that accompanies a retrospective exhibition at the Krannert Art Museum (KAM) on the conceptual photography of Hal Fischer. The symposium presented at the KAM theater aims to expand dialogue between the visual and the verbal, situating Fischer’s photographic work in a range of contexts.

Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah, New York

To support Arrivals at the Katonah Museum of Art. This exhibition explores a variety of American peoples’ origins and/or arrival stories to the United States. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Museum der Moderne Salzburg
Salzburg, Austria

To support Teasing Chaos. David Tudor at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg. This retrospective is a comprehensive look at the pioneering work of David Tudor in the field of live electronics and his interdisciplinary collaborations with significant but lesser-known contemporary visual artists. German- and English-language catalogues accompany the exhibition.

Fachgebiet Architektur und Kunstgeschichte, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Darmstadt, Germany

To support “Current Research in Germany on Art of the United States” at Fachgebiet Architektur und Kunstgeschichte, Technische Universität Darmstadt. The symposium focuses on ways to enrich and cultivate US art history in Germany. Participants may edit their presentations for publication in a German (English-language) journal. A webpage devoted to the symposium accompanies the program on the Architecture and Art History department’s website.

Courtauld Institute of Art
London, United Kingdom

To support “Deconstructing America: Art and Politics in the United States” at the Courtauld Institute of Art. This conference looks to American visual culture to interrogate the fabric of the contemporary political moment. The conference will be recorded and posted on the Courtauld’s website and across its social media channels.

The Newberry Library
Chicago, Illinois

To support Chicago Avant-Garde: Six Women Ahead of Their Time at The Newberry Library. The exhibition explores the experimental culture that emerged in Chicago across a range of artistic disciplines during the first half of the twentieth century. An English-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.