Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (ICA LA)

Nancy Foster

The Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA-LA) is a non-collecting museum considered an epicenter of artistic experimentation and incubator of new ideas. Founded in 1984, the current ICA-LA builds upon a distinguished history of exhibitions, education, and public programs. The PAA grant will support Scientia Sexualis, an upcoming group exhibition presented as part of the Getty Foundation’s PST ART: …

JOAN

Nancy Foster

JOAN is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit art space for exhibitions, performances, screenings, and discursive events. Founded in 2015 by three female curators, and inspired by the history of feminist performance spaces, JOAN supports experimental practices that exist outside of commercial contexts and aims to enrich the communities it serves with free, public programming that is intellectually stimulating and that has …

Long Beach Museum of Art

Nancy Foster

The Long Beach Museum of Art is one of the region’s most dynamic and enduring cultural resources. It provides quality arts education for thousands of local school children, and offers diverse and compelling exhibitions of art both in its permanent collections and in temporary exhibitions. The PAA grant will help fund Greg Ito’s Motion Picture. This will be Ito’s second …

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)

Nancy Foster

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) both champions and challenges the art of our time by fostering artists who innovate, explore and risk. By moving within and beyond its four walls, LACE seeks to provide opportunities for diverse audiences to engage deeply with contemporary art. Uniquely positioned among commercial galleries and major art establishments in the heart of Hollywood, LACE has …

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Nancy Foster

LACMA is the largest encyclopedic museum in the western United States with a collection that includes more than 139,000 objects from ancient times to the present from all corners of the globe. LACMA’s mission is to serve the public through the collection, conservation, exhibition, and interpretation of significant works of art from a broad range of cultures and historical periods. …

Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND)

Nancy Foster

Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND) is an arts organization committed to presenting site-specific projects in public spaces throughout Los Angeles and beyond. LAND believes contemporary art has the power to help people see and engage our communities in innovative ways that can lead to new modes of thinking about our collective existence. Funds will support Lita Alberqueuque’s Intimate Seas. Spanning …

Mount Wilson Institute

Nancy Foster

Mount Wilson Institute manages and promotes the Mount Wilson Observatory for scientific research, historic preservation, education, public engagement and the arts. Arts @ The Observatory include exhibitions and events in the spirit of founder and polymath George Ellery Hale. First time applicant, the Mount Wilson Institute will receive a grant in support of Of Sea and Sky: Video by Rebeca …

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Nancy Foster

Museum of Contemporary Art was founded in 1979 by artists, philanthropists, and civic leaders with the mission of building the defining museum of contemporary art. By providing a dynamic, interactive forum, the museum is able to introduce contemporary art to a large audience. MOCA serves over 300,000 visitors annually at two unique locations that make contemporary art readily accessible to …

Pasadena City College

Nancy Foster

The mission of The Galleries at PCC is to present high-caliber exhibitions of local contemporary visual artists and to provide an opportunity for students to view and discuss challenging works, interact with artists and arts professionals, and have their art exhibited to professional standards. PCC will receive a grant to present two Artist-in-Residence exhibitions at the PCC Boone Family Art …

Pepperdine University – Frederick R Weisman Museum of Art

Nancy Foster

The Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine University was dedicated in September 1992, and since then, has showcased modern and contemporary art by internationally recognized artists, with a focus on art made in California. Under the current director, it is redirecting its focus to the work of women artists. Pepperdine will receive grants in support of two shows, …