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Artslink Grants

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Artslink Grants

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ArtsLink has announced the recipients of this year's Collaborative Projects grants. Eighteen awards totaling $110,000 were awarded to artists and arts organizations in the United States. The recipients will collaborate with artists and arts groups in Eastern and Central Europe on projects in the visual, literary and performing arts. Selected from over 100 applicants, the grantees will work together with artists in 12 countries including Armenia, Belarus, Lithuania, Russia, Poland and the Czech Republic. Since its emergence in 1992, ArtsLink has awarded 179 Collaborative Project grants totaling over $750,000 to artists and organizations throughout the U.S.

Among the recipients is Jon Rubin, a Brooklyn artist who will collaborate with Belarusian film director Yury Khashchavatski on the Floating Cinema Project, a multi-screen film performance to be presented on the Neman River. Bruce Checefsky from Cleveland will work with Agnes Eperjesi and the Association of Hungarian Photographers on a book and exhibition of digital photographs, photograms and photomontages to be shown at the Liget Galeria in Budapest. Tony Oursler and Warren Niesluchowski from New York City will exhibit work using imagery projected onto puppets as well as Polish and English text at the Center for Contemporary Art at the Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw. …

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