Less than $50,000


Chisenhale Gallery
$34,200
London, United Kingdom
2022

To support a one-year curatorial fellowship as the fellow assists Chisenhale’s annual 2022–23 commissions and develops their professional capacity through mentorship and through placement in an ecosystem of institutions in London. The institutional learning is shared through professional development workshops and peer networks of other curatorial fellows.

Public Art Fund
$21,300
New York, New York
2022

To support the Chicago installation of a multi-city exhibition of work by Wendy Red Star, an Oregon-based multimedia artist and member of the Apsáalooke (Crow) nation. Red Star will develop ten to fifteen new works that challenge the representations of Crow people in United States museums following extensive research at museums and archives in Chicago, Boston, and New York City. 

Musées de la Métropole Rouen Normandie
$25,000
Rouen, France
2022

To support Sheila Hicks: Off-limits at the Corderie Vallois Industrial Museum, a former textile factory in Rouen that retains its original nineteenth-century hydraulic operation. This exhibition of American artist Sheila Hicks comprises a specially created installation by Hicks that transforms the old factory into a huge textile piece, in addition to more than 20 artworks that span her decades-long career. A French-language catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Chisenhale Gallery
$27,000
London, United Kingdom
2022

To support Circe (working title), the first major solo exhibition in a UK institution of Los Angeles–based artist Nikita Gale. Comprising boundary-pushing sculpture and audio components, the installation draws on a long tradition of African American storytelling to articulate the complexities of the contemporary moment. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

National Museum of Mexican Art
$25,000
Chicago, Illinois
2022

To support “Nuestras Historias: Teaching the Story of America through Art” in the 2022–23 school year, a program that includes professional development for teachers, curriculum development, field trips for students, and artist residencies in classrooms.

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
$20,000
Chicago, Illinois
2022

To support community-engagement research-and-development activities that will inform engagement strategies for the exhibition High Craft in Chicago in the 1970s–80s, which is expected to take place as part of the Terra Foundation initiative Art Design Chicago.

Smart Museum of Art
$20,000
Chicago, Illinois
2022

To support community-engagement research-and-development activities that will inform engagement strategies for the exhibition Ruth Duckworth: Themes and Variations, which is expected to take place as part of the Terra Foundation initiative Art Design Chicago. 

Puerto Rican Arts Alliance
$20,000
Chicago, Illinois
2022

To support community-engagement research-and-development activities that will inform engagement strategies for the exhibition Puerto Rico to Chicago: The Shaping of an Arts Community, which is expected to take place as part of the Terra Foundation initiative Art Design Chicago.

National Museum of Mexican Art
$20,000
Chicago, Illinois
2022

To support community-engagement research-and-development activities that will inform engagement strategies for the exhibition Re-presenting: Developing Identity at Chicago’s 1893 Columbian World’s Fair, which is expected to take place as part of the Terra Foundation initiative Art Design Chicago.

Museum of Contemporary Photography
$20,000
Chicago, Illinois
2022

To support community-engagement research-and-development activities that will inform engagement strategies for the exhibition Dawit L. Petros: Prospetto a Mare, which is expected to take place as part of the Terra Foundation initiative Art Design Chicago.