Fall 2016 Arts

Total of $106,500 granted:


Academy for the Love of Learning ‐ $5,000:
To support Lifesongs program’s launch of emerging LGBTQ‐focused Lifesongs series, Our Voices, Our Stories.

  • $5,000 from Envision Fund

CHIMERA, LLC ‐ $1,750:

As Meow Wolf’s arts learning engine, support for open studios, workshops, school‐based programs, and internships.

  • $1,000 from Jack & Mary Gilliam Endowment Fund
  • $500 from Rabinowe Family Fund
  • $250 from Wallen‐Eloisa Family Fund

Creativity for Peace ‐ $12,500:

To support multi‐media projects in which young women bridge cultural divides to jointly explore issues of conflict, violence, identity and belonging.

  • $5,000 from Sherpa Fund
  • $2,500 from Susan & Conrad DeJong Fund
  • $1,500 from ABCD Fund
  • $1,000 from Helen R. Homans Donor Advised Fund
  • $1,000 from Rabinowe Family Fund
  • $500 from Castagnola Family Fund
  • $500 from Madelin Coit Fund
  • $250 from Second Anonymous Fund
  • $250 from TW Family Fund

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum ‐ $1,250:

To support preservation and sharing of art and legacy of an iconic American artist within the context of Modernism and to increase community engagement in the arts through accessible public education programs and cutting‐edge integrated art practice for youth and adults.

  • $1,000 from Cabin Fund
  • $250 from Quarrier B. Cook Fund

Lensic Performing Arts Center ‐ $21,200:

To support free, high‐quality performing arts opportunities to over 10,000 students each year, including partnership with SFPS to bus students to the Lensic for live performances by visiting artists, Future Voices – a year‐long photo and video creative expression program in the schools.

  • $15,000 from Moise Family Fund
  • $5,000 from Vila Fund
  • $700 from Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund
  • $500 from Turn & Return Fund

Littleglobe, Inc. ‐ $10,000:

To support training and engagement of underrepresented populations including disconnected youth in participatory media‐making.

Nat Gold Players ‐ $7,500:

To support performing arts in a rural area where opportunities are highly limited. Includes:

  • $2,000 from Liberty Ranch Infinite Possibilities Fund
  • $500 from Castagnola Family Fund

New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus ‐ $250:

To support expansion of reach throughout northern New Mexico through more performances and community outreach events.

  • $250 from Wallen‐ Eloisa Family Fund

New Mexico School for the Arts – Art Institute ‐ $250:

To support mastery arts curricula in dance, theater, music, and visual arts.

  • $250 from Wallen‐Eloisa Family Fund

New West Media Foundation/Reel Indian Pictures – Native American ‐ $1,000:

To support completion of the documentary The Mayors of Shiprock – a film that will be used to establish a voice for Native American youth and the ties to their communities.

  • $1,000 from Native American Advised Endowment Fund

Performance Santa Fe ‐ $6,700:

To support multiple education programs serving over 6,000 students at no cost during the current season, including in‐school performing arts instruction, Family Opera, Bravo! Kids and instrument repair fund.

  • $5,000 from Moise Family Fund
  • $1,000 from Susan & Conrad DeJong Fund
  • $700 from Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund

Sangre de Cristo Chorale of New Mexico ‐ $1,200:

To support presentation of three concerts in 2016‐17, work with students and teachers, and community engagement.

  • $700 from Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund
  • $500 from Susan & Conrad DeJong Fund

Santa Fe Boys & Girls Club ‐ $250:

To support MusicMakers music education program.

  • $250 from Wallen‐Eloisa Family Fund

Santa Fe Community Orchestra ‐ $250:

To support free concerts and education programs accessible to seniors, families with children, students, and those on fixed or limited incomes.

  • $250 from Susan & Conrad DeJong Fund

Santa Fe Desert Chorale ‐ $700:

To support 2016‐17 season including a vocal chamber concert and community engagement events.

  • $700 from Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund

Santa Fe Little Theatre dba Santa Fe Playhouse ‐ $1,500:

To support its 2017 season of theatre productions, workshops, and community engagement.

  • $1,000 from Jack & Mary Gilliam Endowment Fund
  • $500 from Castagnola Family Fund

Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Inc. ‐ $1,000:

To support its 33rd season of symphonic and choral performances at The Lensic, free performances in the community, music education and mentoring programs for underserved and at‐risk youth in the Santa Fe area, and outreach programs in retirement homes.

  • $1,000 from Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund

Santa Fe Teen Arts Center dba Warehouse 21 ‐ $2,250:

To support diverse youth in innovative experiences and arts education by providing compensation and mentorships through music, dance, theater, radio broadcasting, recordings, technology, and art making.

  • $1,000 from Jack & Mary Gilliam Endowment Fund
  • $1,000 from Wallen‐Eloisa Family Fund
  • $250 from Richard Hertz & Doris Meyer Fund

Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble ‐ $700:

To support website update and expansion of choral music community outreach.

  • $700 from Dr. & Mrs. Cameron Haight Fund

Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association ‐ $12,000:

To support expansion of financial‐need scholarships awarded, multicultural reach of music education programs, increase program enrollment, ensemble size, and staff development opportunities. Includes:

  • $1,000 from Lawrence B. Ingram Family Fund
  • $1,000 from Susan & Conrad DeJong Fund

School for Advanced Research – Native American ‐ $2,000:

To support, strengthen and enhance Native arts education programs at the Indian Arts Research Center, including outreach to incarcerated youth in Santa Fe County and docent‐led tours of IARC collections.

  • $2,000 from Native American Advised Endowment Fund

SWAIA – Santa Fe Indian Market – Native American ‐ $1,000:

To support the Children’s Tent, Traditional Clothing Contest, and Haute Couture Fashion Show areas of the Santa Fe Indian Market.

  • $1,000 from Native American Advised Endowment Fund

Teatro Paraguas ‐ $5,500:

To support 2016‐17 season including contemporary Latino plays, community celebrations, and children’s theatre, and maintain its unique black box theatre as a community resource for poetry readings, concerts, workshops, independent theatre productions, and solo performances. Includes: 

  • $500 from Castagnola Family Fund

Unlocked Minds ‐ $750:

To support creation of a safe community network by providing activities and workshops featuring industry professionals, artists, educators who share the goal of reducing the cycle of incarceration, poverty, and multi‐abuse.

  • $500 from Jack & Mary Gilliam Endowment Fund
  • $250 from Wallen‐Eloisa Family Fund

Wise Fool New Mexico ‐ $10,000:

To impact the lives of 2,000 youth through Circus Comes to School, classes, and intergenerational performances such as CircAspire and Circus Luminous.

Your Contacts for Nonprofits

Christa Coggins
Vice President for Community Philanthropy

(505) 988-9715 x 7002

 

Diane Hamamoto
Program Officer

(505) 988-9715 x 7008


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