[NAME] is pleased to announce that we have received a Teiger Foundation grant as part of its inaugural Call for Proposals to support the programs at [NAME], organized by co-directors Gean Moreno and Natalia Zuluaga.
This funding comes at a time of continued growth and experimentation at [NAME] and will be crucial in supporting initiatives like Migrant Archives, exhibitions by Mamie Holst, Cynthia Cruz, Dennis Balk, as well as our publications.
[NAME] is among 39 curators and curatorial teams throughout the U.S. to receive a grant through the Foundation’s Call for Proposals, the first initiative of its kind to address the full spectrum of curatorial activities, from community integration of traveling exhibitions, to research and the development of major exhibitions. Teiger Foundation has awarded a total of $4.2 million in support of “curator-led projects, coalitions, and climate action within the field of contemporary art.” Established in 2008, Teiger Foundation is one of the largest organizations of its kind, with a focus on supporting the work of curators. “The grants we are making within our 2023 fiscal year are reflective of the Foundation’s exciting trajectory,” the foundation’s executive director Larissa Harris said in a statement,“one of increasingly ambitious activity supporting boundary-pushing curatorial projects and coalitions.”
Congrats to all of the 2023 Teiger Foundation grantees. We are in such great company. Learn more at teigerfoundation.org