The Institute has processed and digitized the archive of American abstract painter Mary Dill Henry. This archive includes sketchbooks, photographs, letters, artist statements, press clippings, and records of Henry’s professional graphic design work.
EFA RBPMW will use their grant to complete a video-based oral history, "Creative Graphic Community: Oral Histories Project," to document founder Robert Blackburn (1920-2003) and the history of the community workshop.
This project brings together Hesse’s complete body of works on paper for the first time. It comprises almost 1,100 sketches, prints, and drawings realized between 1952 and the artist’s death in 1970, including around 350 works from her teenage and student years.
iniva, the UK-based visual arts charity, will use their 2023 grant to support a professional archivist to catalog and make accessible artist files and slides from their archive of radical and emergent contemporary artistic practice centering Global Majority, African, Asian, and Caribbean diaspora perspectives between 1994–2005.
The Visual AIDS Archive Project and Artist Registry in New York, NY collects, preserves, and provides access to the personal papers, audiovisual materials, publications, and ephemera created, dealing with, or collected by artists living with HIV or those who have passed.