Grant Projects Tagged With Arts & Culture

Read about grantees who have received funding from a Pollination Project grant .

Evento Cultural Indigena

2018-08-20T06:24:58+00:00

Evento Cultural Indigena is organized by the nonprofit organization "Movimiento Cultural de la Union Indigena" and they will be celebrating the event "Evento Cultural Indigena" in Santa Rosa California on August 12, 2018 at Montgomery High School. Cristina Ramirez and Mariano Alvarez are organizing this event to inspire cultural preservation, [...]

Christina Nieves MSN, Survivor Journeys – Christina Nieves Expressive Arts & Cancer Survivors Project

2018-08-13T01:23:51+00:00

Christina Nieves’ Expressive Arts & Cancer Survivors Project will be offered to participants of community cancer survivor groups at Survivor Journeys™. Founded by Dr. Jay Burton DO, primary care physician and cancer survivor; Survivors Journeys™ is a community-based support network of professionals from diverse clinical and community backgrounds who provide [...]

KARE Collective – SELF-KARE

2018-08-02T14:16:43+00:00

SELF-KARE is project created by educator, Yeshahyah Yisrael of KARE Collective to provide a safe, vulnerable space for community members of all ages to learn a hands-on approach to self-care. SELF-KARE uses food, music, and art to answer questions surrounding the importance of self-care and introduces ancestral and contemporary methods [...]

Patrick Scorese – Live Art as Effective Activism: A Symposium

2018-06-13T00:07:39+00:00

Patrick Scorese Allison Brzezinski, Nikita Chaudhry are the organizers of the project “Live Art as Effective Activism: A Symposium”, located in Brooklyn, NY. The symposium on contemporary performance and activist efficacy aims to foster an open and critical exchange of ideas to refine creative, collaborative, and nonviolent approaches to activism [...]

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