Hive Digital Media Learning Fund Teens participate in a historical scavenger hunt using i Pads to track a girl who worked at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in 1911. Courtesy of Woodlawn Museum, Gardens & Park Ellsworth, Maine.

Eugene in Tophane, Istanbul, as it is operated today by his former apprentice, Kemal Cimbiz.

From the 2015 Graham Foundation grant to Michael Rakowitz for the exhibition P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S (Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich), digital image, Keelung Crystal, 2013, Taiwan. From the 2015 Graham Foundation grant to Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) for the exhibition Grantee: Richard Montoya, Sean San Jose and Joan Osato Fiscal Sponsor: Arizona State University Location of Grantee: Phoenix, AZProject Title: “Nogales” Image: Interviewing residents at the Bella Vista dump, Mexico.

The resulting mural was a major collaboration with the public.

By improving the appearance of the buildings and incorporating a contemporary style (including some glow-in-the-dark magic) that appeals to the public, tagging on the buildings has decreased and feedback from the public—all ages and backgrounds—has been positive. Sixth grade students from Mc Kinley School in Pasadena Unified School District participated in Arts for All’s Residency Grant Program and worked with teachers from the Armory Center for the Arts on this intricate origami book sculpture. Apollo’s Fire, the Cleveland baroque orchestra, is one of a dozen organizations helped by the Cleveland Foundation’s Engaging the Future arts initiative.

Nottage’s engagement with the community will include classes and public Q&A sessions with places of workshop, diversity groups, nonprofits and Minneapolis schools. 1976-77, oil on canvas, by Alec Montroy (1918-2006) of the Delaware and Cree Nations. Monogrammed cotton plain weave, cotton novelty weave, and silk novelty weave. Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design, Providence. Seley, 1979 (1979.282), Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

A New York Community Trust grant to AMERINDA is supporting a new online gallery of work by Native American artists in New York. Visual Understanding in Education With a New York Community Trust grant, Visual Understanding in Education trained teachers in elementary and middle schools to use art to teach critical thinking skills., originally created in 1970, was performed on rooftops around the High Line forty-one years later. To be exhibited in Rendering of “Yellow” from Orly Genger's forthcoming site-specific installation, Red, Yellow and Blue (2013), with 1.4 million feet of layered, painted, and knotted rope, at Madison Square Park in New York City this coming spring. A tapestry made in China made for the Portuguese market to be shown in Marking sampler by Sarah Jane Patch (1819-1847), 1827.

With a Creative California Communities grant from the California Arts Council, Arts Council Napa Valley partnered with three Napa Valley arts and tourism organizations to raise awareness for the region as a cultural destination by collaboratively producing and promoting events, activities, and programs as part of the 2015 Napa Valley Arts in April celebration.

The festival activities were strategically aimed at enhancing economic vitality, innovation, and artistic standards of this rural community.

Credit: Joan Osato Patrick Makuakane and Na Lei Hulu I Ka Weiku collaborated with World Arts West to create “Maui, Turning Back the Sky,” a dance piece inspired by ancient Hawaiian astronomy and stories. Brown in conjunction with DANCECLeveland are one of four recipients of the 2014 Joyce Awards, given annually by the Joyce Foundation to recognize artists of color who collaborate with nonprofit institutions. Jessie Montgomery and Detroit’s Sphinx Organization earned a Joyce Award for their re-imagination of the Star Spangled Banner, a tribute to the anthem’s 200th anniversary. Tracey Scott Wilson earned a prestigious Joyce Award for her work with the Pillsbury House Theatre to write Prep.