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.

2013 Grant Awards

European Prints Connected to Colonial Georgia
European Prints Connected to Colonial Georgia
Georgia Museum of Art
As part of the seventh biennial Green Symposium, Margaret Pritchard, Curator of Prints, Maps, and Wallpaper at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Colonial Williamsburg, will present a lecture on 17th and 18th century European prints of Colonial Georgia subjects.
Tokaido Texts and Tales: Tokaido gojusan tsui by Hiroshige, Kunisada, and Kuniyoshi (1844-48)
Tokaido Texts and Tales: Tokaido gojusan tsui by Hiroshige, Kunisada, and Kuniyoshi (1844-48)
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
"Tokaido Texts and Tales: Tokaido gojusan tsui by Hiroshige, Kunisada, and Kuniyoshi (1844-48)" will, for the first time, translate the magnificent folk tales encased in the cartouches that grace each of the full-page illustrated Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road, which was designed by three of the best known 19th century Japanese woodcut print artists: Utagawa Hiroshige, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, and Utagawa Kunisada. In addition, a scholarly introduction essay to the historical roots of the Tokaido Road and its many print variations will place this series in historical and modern contexts.
Nashville Print Revival
Nashville Print Revival
Middle Tennesee State University Foundation
The Nashville Print Revival is the second installment of a regional printmaking symposium. It is a collaboration between printmakers and educators from Tennessee and Kentucky, pooling resources to host visiting artists, exhibitions, artist lectures, open portfolios, open studios, workshops, and a print fair.
Print Making Revolution: Mexican Prints and Taller de Grafica Popular
Print Making Revolution: Mexican Prints and Taller de Grafica Popular
Syracuse University Art Galleries
The exhibition "Print Making Revolution: Mexican Prints and Taller de Grafica Popular" will introduce the Central New York region to the important artists and artwork produced at the famed printmaking workshop, which advanced a variety of revolutionary ideals and causes, including the formation of organized labor, the fight for civil rights, and an active campaign against fascism. The exhibition includes seminal Mexican and American prints that helped to define the Mexican print landscape in the early 20th century.