2005


Terra Teacher Lab Pilot: Phase II
$36,000
Chicago, Illinois
2005

To support continued work during the 2005/2006 school year with 15-20 teachers (serving roughly 1,950 students at three Chicago high schools), who are piloting the June 21-29, 2005 summer seminar (Phase I) portion of the Terra Teacher Lab.

Terra Teacher Lab Pilot
$51,000
Chicago, Illinois
2005

To support research into arts education opportunities in Chicago and to pilot the Terra Teacher Lab summer institute and follow-up in 2005.

Terra Summer Residency
$200,000
Giverny, France
2005

To fund ten summer fellowships in residence in Giverny, France, for artists and scholars from the United States and Europe, awarded to doctoral students engaged in art-historical research with an American or transatlantic component and to artists who have completed their studies at or above the Master’s level.

Terra Summer Residency
$225,000
Giverny, France
2005

To fund ten summer fellowships in residence in Giverny, France, for artists and scholars from the United States and Europe, awarded to doctoral students engaged in art-historical research with an American or transatlantic component and to artists who have completed their studies at or above the Master’s level.

Winslow Homer: Poet of the Sea
$400,000
Chicago, Illinois/London, United Kingdom/Giverny, France
2005

To support the catalogue and 2006 exhibition on Winslow Homer at the Musée d’Art Américain Giverny and the Dulwich Picture Gallery, organized jointly by the Musée d’Art Américain Giverny/Terra Foundation for American Art and the Dulwich Picture Gallery (London, United Kingdom). Curated by Sophie Lévy with the assistance of Bronwyn Griffith and Vanessa Lecomte.

American Artists and the Louvre
$554,000
Chicago, Illinois/Paris, France
2005

To fund the catalogue and 2006 exhibition at the Museé du Louvre exploring Franco-American artistic exchange and the Louvre’s role as a site for artistic inspiration. This exhibition is co-organized by the Musée du Louvre (Paris, France) and the Terra Foundation for American Art and curated by Elizabeth Kennedy and Olivier Meslay.

 

Chicago Conservation Center
$25,000
Chicago, Illinois
2005

To support educational programs related to the conservation of field house murals at Hamilton Park and Pulaski Park, in the Englewood and Bucktown neighborhoods respectively, in conjunction with the Chicago Park District and Chicago Public Schools.

Musée du Louvre
$25,000
Paris, France
2005

To create an online inventory of American art in French public collections (available at http://musee.louvre.fr/bases/lafayette), produced by the findings of two 2005–6 fellowships, for one American student and one French student, made in conjunction with the Henry Luce Foundation.

Archives of American Art
$3.625 million over 5 years
Washington, D.C.
2005

To fund the digitization of the Archives’ most-requested documents and a new website (http://www.aaa.si.edu/ collections/digitalcollections/digital_collections.cfm) where they are made available to the public free of charge.