Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award
|Category: Arts & Culture
The Award was created in 1998 to honor the talent and artistic vision of the Tremaine Foundationís founder. The Award honors the founderís trailblazing spirit by supporting up to two thematic exhibitions of contemporary art that are fresh and experimental in nature. The exhibitions should focus on strong, thematic exhibitions that put the works of contemporary art or architecture in a new or unconventional aesthetic, historical, cultural, or social framework. The Award includes five components: core exhibition and publication, with grants of up to $150,000; touring incentive, with grants of up to $20,000; support for living artists with grants of up to $15,000; video documentation with grants of up to $25,000 and curatorial development with grants of up to $5,000. Applications are accepted on a biennial basis from any curator, or curatorial team, applying in partnership with an established nonprofit exhibition space, whether a traditional gallery or museum, or an alternative nonprofit venue. The Award is intended to provide support for exhibitions at the beginning stage of their development and to offer the curator the support needed to fully explore a concept and realize an exhibition. Additional information including an online application can be found on the Web site.
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