Grants

Through the IFPDA Foundation, the IFPDA provides grants for exhibitions, scholarly publications, and educational programs that promote a greater awareness and appreciation of fine prints.

2014 Grant Awards

Voices in Print
Voices in Print
Art in Print
'Voices in Print' is a series of six interviews with print producers and experts to be published in Art in Print and posted online in the form of videos. The participants will include artists, printers, curators, collectors, and others who have been intimately involved with the life, culture, ideas, and processes of the artist's print.
From Icon to Abstraction: Goncharova, Kruchenykh + Rozanova, and The Great War
From Icon to Abstraction: Goncharova, Kruchenykh + Rozanova, and The Great War
Des Moines Art Center
The Des Moines Art Center presents two serial works on paper created during the First World War by two of Russian's most audacious avant-garde artists and writers.
1913 Armory Show Revisited: The Artists and their Prints – A Virtual Exhibition
1913 Armory Show Revisited: The Artists and their Prints – A Virtual Exhibition
International Print Center of New York
1913 Armory Show Revisited viewed the centennial of this important historical event through the lens of fine art prints; works by both European and American artists were included. Where the 1913 show included paintings, sculpture and works on paper—1,300 works by 300 artists—IPCNY’s exhibition represented Armory Show artists with prints of the same year, subject or style, offering the viewer the same opportunity for examination and critical comparison. The exhibition will be available for view online at www.ipcny.org
Art for Every Home: Associated American Artists
Art for Every Home: Associated American Artists
Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University
An index of Associated American Artists studio prints, color reproductions of paintings, ceramics, and textiles will accompany a catalogue for the traveling exhibition, 'Art for Every Home: Associated American Artists.' The index, catalogue, and exhibition will be the first major survey of the contributions of AAA to American culture during the twentieth century.
Durer, Rembrandt, Tiepolo: The Jansma Master Prints Collection from the Grand Rapids Art Museum
Durer, Rembrandt, Tiepolo: The Jansma Master Prints Collection from the Grand Rapids Art Museum
Museum of Biblical Art
This exhibition will feature five artists chosen to represent five centuries to highlight the enduring influence the Bible has had on centuries' worth of artists skilled in diverse media and varied techniques.
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design’s Lithography Workshop, 1969-1974
Montreal Print Collectors Society
Scholar Eric Cameron will speak about the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design’s Lithography Workshop, 1969-1974, which was opened to introduce Canadians to the renaissance in lithography begun ten years earlier at the Tamarind Workshop in New Mexico.
Candid: The National Gallery of Australia’s Kenneth Tyler Printmaking Collection
Candid: The National Gallery of Australia’s Kenneth Tyler Printmaking Collection
National Gallery of Australia
American master-printer Kenneth Tyler is a leading figure in post-war printmaking. The Kenneth Tyler Printmaking Collection at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) comprises over 7000 editioned prints, proofs, drawings, paper-works, multiples, and illustrated books by 77 artists. Complementing this important collection are large holdings of rare candid photography, film and audio material that document the unique working environment of Tyler’s workshops.
RAA’s Printmaking Studio Lecture Series and InkSplash 2014
RAA’s Printmaking Studio Lecture Series and InkSplash 2014
Rockaway Artists Alliance
The InkSplash series is dedicated to printmaking masters and will hang on the walls of the Rockaway Artists Alliance gallery space. There will also be a Printmaking Studio Lecture Series, and the event will welcome the public into the printmaking studio to observe printmakers in action and answer any questions about the process.
Objects & Voices: A Collection of Stories
Objects & Voices: A Collection of Stories
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
Objects and Voices will encompass seventeen stunning micro-exhibitions curated by nine UChicago faculty from five departments; five museum professionals representing three cultural institutions; four UChicago PhD candidates; three former Smart interns; one local public school teacher and her fifth grade class; and an acclaimed Chicago artist. Objects and Voices will mix traditional and nontraditional presentations of modern, Asian, European, and contemporary art across the Museum’s four collection galleries.