Wilhelm Busch Deutches Museum fur Karikatur & Zeichenkunst
Hannover, Germany

To support two multi-day convenings in preparation for Curious Taste: The Appeal of Transatlantic Satire, an exhibition to be held at the Wilhelm Busch Deutsches Museum fur Karikatur & Zeichenkunst in Germany and at the Lewis Walpole Library at Yale University.

Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix, Arizona

To support research travel to Germany and Switzerland to prepare for the exhibition Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist, a survey of American modernist painter Agnes Pelton.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

To support a multi-day convening at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts to prepare for the exhibition Creando Historia/Making History in the Americas.

Nova Southeastern University Art Museum
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

To support a pre-exhibition convening in Paris with American and French specialists and curatorial research travel to Paris and London in preparation for the exhibition William J. Glackens and Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Affinities and Influences at the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale and the Musée de Montmartre Paris.

National Portrait Gallery
Parkes, Australia

To support research travel to Washington, D.C., New York City, New Haven, Chicago, Denver, and San Francisco to prepare for the exhibition New World Faces: America and Australia 1780-1850.

National Museum of Wildlife Art
Jackson Hole, Wyoming

To support travel to Beijing, China in support of developing an exhibition featuring American art from the collection of the National Museum of Wildlife Art and Asian art depicting wildlife from collections in China.

Nationaal Glasmuseum
Leerdam, Netherlands

To support research travel to New York City to prepare for an exhibition about the glass design collaborations between P.M. Cochius and Frank Lloyd Wright.

Mead Art Museum
Amherst, Massachusetts

To support research travel to Budapest, Paris, and London, to prepare for the exhibition The Dimensionist Manifesto, an examination of the little-known Manifesto by Charles Sirató, the concept of Dimensionist art, and the American artists who supported this international movement.

Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive
Berkeley, California

To support research travel to Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, and Finland to prepare for the exhibition Harvey Quaytman: A Retrospective, the first posthumous presentation of the artist’s work in a museum, and his first solo exhibition on the West Coast.

Art Gallery of South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia

To support a research trip to the United States to visit Pittsburgh and New York City to prepare for the exhibition Andy Warhol and Photography.

Video Game Art Gallery
Chicago, Illinois

To support Chicago New Media 1973–1992, the first exhibition to survey Chicago’s significant and early contributions to new media and digital art. The exhibition takes place at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Gallery 400, and presents art, technology, products, and design developed by artists at the Electronic Visualization Lab at UIC and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

University of Chicago Center in Paris
Paris, France

To support “The Black Metropolis, Between Past and Future: Race, Urban Planning, and Afro-American Culture in Chicago,” a three-day colloquium, co-hosted and organized with faculty at Université Paris-Diderot and Université Paris Sorbonne. The colloquium focuses on the cultural contributions of Chicago’s South and West Sides, the role of Chicago artists in defining an African American identity nationally, and the Black Chicago Renaissance as distinct from the Harlem Renaissance.