$20,000 to The Council of Independent Colleges, Washington, DC – for faculty development seminars on “Ancient Greece in the Modern College Classroom.”
$15,000 to Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley, Allentown, PA – for the exhibition, “Shared Treasures – The Legacy of Samuel H. Kress.”
$10,000 to Henry E. Huntington Library & Art Gallery, San Marino, CA – for the exhibition “Face to Face: Flanders, Florence, and Renaissance Painting.”
$3,000 to Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ – for the exhibition titled “Two Venetian Masters: Canaletto and Domenico Tiepolo, Etchings from the Arthur Ross Foundation.”
Please see Humanities Grants.
Research Libraries Program
$2,000 to Oneida Community Mansion House, Oneida, NY – for the creation of an inventory and catalogue of the Oneida Community books.
$15,000 to Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY – for processing the Victor D’Amico Papers collection and making the collection publicly accessible.
$15,000 to Quinnipiac University, Quinnipiac, CT – for the archiving, digitizing, and cataloguing of the Albert Schweitzer Collection.
Please see Research Library Grants.
Performing Arts Program
$25,000 to Joyce Theater Foundation, New York, NY – for the 10th Anniversary September 11th Commemoration Program.
$25,000 to New York Shakespeare Festival, New York, NY – for the summer season of Shakespeare in the Park.
$7,500 to Roulette Intermedium, New York, NY – for the series of new music concerts, recordings, and services to composers.
Venetian Program: Institutional Support
$3,500 to Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ – toward support of a publication subvention for ‘On everyone’s lips’: Humanists, Jews, and the Tale of Simon of Trent translated and edited by J. Donald Cullington and introduction by Stephen Bowd.
$6,000 to Brigham Young University, Provo, UT – for operating costs for News on the Rialto.
$10,000 to Save Venice, New York, NY – for two exhibitions, “Lotte Fiume” and “Veneto di Hemingway,” opening in 2011.