2018


Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery
$10,400
Washington, DC
2018

To support research and development grant for the implementation of an Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative exhibition program. Grant funds support staff travel to seven museums in Western states that may serve as potential partners for the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative and convening expenses for the selected final four partners.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
$702,000
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2018

To support phases one and two of a statewide consortium with the Philadelphia Museum of Art. PMA will develop the first two phases of a three phase, collections-sharing initiative with eight partner institutions in Pennsylvania, with the goal of broadening public access to American art in smaller cities with diverse populations while addressing different cultural and educational needs.  This collaboration is made possible through the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative, an initiative of the Terra Foundation for American Art and Art Bridges, Inc.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
$9,640
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2018

To support research and development grant for the implementation of an Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative exhibition program. Grant funds support staff travel to art museums in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that may serve as potential partners for the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative and to support convening expenses for the decided partners.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
$1,991,117
Boston, Massachusetts
2018

To support three phases of a six year regional consortium with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  By increasing access to the works of art in their collection, MFA will partner with four museums in the New England region to develop a traveling exhibition to visit all four partnership venues, and to support two large scale exhibitions co-curated with partnering institutions. This collaboration is made possible through the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative, an initiative of the Terra Foundation for American Art and Art Bridges, Inc.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
$12,836
Los Angeles, California
2018

To support research and development for the implementation of an Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative exhibition program. Grant funds support staff travel to five Los Angeles-area art museums that may serve as potential partners for the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative and convening expenses, once the partners have been determined.

The Detroit Institute of Arts
$416,456
Detroit, Michigan
2018

To support phase one of a model statewide exhibition series serving up to 11 Michigan-based program partners over a three year period. This series works to bridge the gap between Michigan’s largest city center and the state’s other cultural organizations by featuring works of art on loan from the DIA’s Manoogian Collection of American at partnering venues. This collaboration is made possible through the Art Bridges + Terra Foundation Initiative, an initiative of the Terra Foundation for American Art and Art Bridges, Inc.

Turner Contemporary
$4,239
Kent, United Kingdom
2018

To support curatorial research travel to New York; Washington, DC; Texas; Louisiana; Alabama; and Georgia in support of research for Climbing for Power, an exhibition about African American art created in and around Alabama during the mid-to-late 20th century.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
$25,000
Boston, Massachusetts
2018

To support a pair of two-day pre-exhibition convenings to be held at Tate Britain and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston for the exhibition Sargent and Fashion, which is co-organized by both museums.

Menil Collection
$7,000
Houston, Texas
2018

To support travel to Germany, Switzerland, and Italy to research an exhibition on a group of early sculptures by artist Walter De Maria.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
$20,000
Los Angeles, California
2018

To support a two-and-a-half day, pre-exhibition convening for the exhibition Scandinavian Design in America, co-organized by LACMA and the Milwaukee Art Museum.