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    In isolation, it is impossible for an artist to see the real position and value of his or her art.
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    Although, in theory, travel and communication should be easier than when TMU was founded in 1984, the economic and political hurdles for true collaboration are still extremely great.
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    Together, we create something new.
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    It is always important for artists and scholars to challenge themselves and their own assumptions about the world and the work they do in it.
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    We see that we are not alone in our work—we see that people living in different parts of the world are working to solve the same kinds of issues we are. We have shared problems, but the approaches to solving them can be very different.
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TRUST FOR MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING

MISSION

The Trust for Mutual Understanding awards grants to American nonprofit organizations to support direct exchange in the arts and the environment between professionals from the United States and TMU’s geographic region: the Baltic States; Central Asia; Central, East, Southeast Europe; Mongolia; and Russia.

Priority consideration is given to projects that involve direct, in-depth professional interaction, with the potential for sustained collaboration; that show evidence of professional accomplishment and innovation; and/or that respond to social contexts and engage local communities.

HISTORY

The Trust for Mutual Understanding was established in 1984 by an anonymous American philanthropist as a private, grantmaking organization dedicated to promoting improved communication, closer cooperation, and greater respect between the people of the United States, the Soviet Union, and other countries in Eastern and Central Europe. TMU’s program reflects her conviction that grantmaking can make a contribution to that process by supporting international face-to-face contact and professional interaction. TMU’s mission has been shaped by the belief that creative international collaboration encourages global harmony.

TMU continues to support East-West exchanges in the arts and environment, reflecting the founder’s appreciation of the importance of culture and ecology in people’s lives. Before 1985, there was relatively little American funding for such activities, and what support there was—mainly governmental—was often restricted by political considerations. It remains TMU’s goal to enable talented people to come together from different countries to freely share ideas and stimulate creativity in a nonpolitical context.

GRANTEES

2016 Cultural Grants

$2,032,557

Total Grants
in 2016

$1,365,017

Cultural Grants
in 2016

80

Cultural Grants
in 2016

2016 Cultural Grants

Abrons Arts Center

Abrons Arts Center

New York, NY

$18,000

To support performances of Skin Me, an interdisciplinary performance piece created by Hungarian contemporary dancers Viktoria Danyi, Csaba Molnar, and Zsofia Tamara Vadas in collaboration with musicians Aron Porteleki and Adam Czitrom, in April 2016.

Abrons Arts Center

Abrons Arts Center

New York, NY

$2,500

to support the US premiere of Polish choreographer and performer Karol Tyminski’s This is a Musical as part of the American Realness festival at Abrons Arts Center in January 2017.

Academy of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Academy of Bosnia and Herzegovina

New York, NY

$7,500

to support the participation of three Bosnian and Herzegovinian filmmakers and directors at the Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival at the SVA Theatre in New York City in April 2017.

Anthology Film Archives

Anthology Film Archives

New York, NY

$4,000

to support filmmaker Zelimir Zilnik’s participation in a retrospective at Anthology Film Archives in April 2017.

Art in General

Art in General

New York, NY

$35,000

to support the 2017 Eastern European New Commissions Program—an exchange program that will commission two Bulgarian and two Estonian artists to create and exhibit artwork in New York, and two New York artists to create and exhibit artwork in Sofia and Tallinn—and to support Art in General’s What Now? symposium in spring 2017.

Artists Upstairs

Artists Upstairs

Baltimore, MD

$10,000

to allow Szinhaz (Theater) Magazine editor-in-chief Andrea Tompa and co-editors Noemi Herczog, Csaba Krall, and Andrea Radai to travel to the United States in order to generate partnerships for the newly created Letter of News in spring and summer 2016.

Arts Council of Mongolia-US

Arts Council of Mongolia-US

Seattle, WA

$10,000

to send American filmmaker John Davis and Kyrgyzstan-based curator and filmmaker Stefan Rusu to Ulaanbaatar to lead a two-week, hands-on workshop on found media; hold public conversations; and create an exhibition with Mongolian artists in Ulaanbaatar in spring and summer 2017.

Automata Arts

Automata Arts

Los Angeles, LA

$5,000

to support performances of Early Morning Opera’s The Institute of Memory at the Divine Comedy Festival in Krakow, Poland in December 2016.

Bang on a Can

Bang on a Can

Brooklyn, NY

$7,500

to bring an early career Russian composer and musician to the Bang on a Can Summer Festival & Institute at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in summer 2017.

Baryshnikov Arts Center

Baryshnikov Arts Center

New York, NY

$50,000

to support a multi-city, US tour of Hungarian theater ensemble Bela Pinter and Company’s production of Our Secrets in January 2017.

Baryshnikov Arts Center

Baryshnikov Arts Center

New York, NY

$2,500

to send musician and composer Ryan Seaton to Budapest, Hungary to collaborate with Hungarian choreographer Zsuzsa Rozsavolgyi on the creation of her new solo piece KATA in November 2016.

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Brooklyn, NY

$3,102

to support a five-week residency for Polish arts administrator Sebastian Smolinski at Brooklyn Academy of Arts in spring 2016.

Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation

Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation

Watermill, NY

$15,000

to bring three emerging, multidisciplinary artists from the Balkan States, Central and Eastern Europe, and Russia as a part of the International Summer Program in July and August 2016.

Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall

New York, NY

$25,000

to support Uzbek violinist Adelya Nartadjieva’s in Ensemble ACJW in 2017–2018.

Carolyn Dorfman Dance

Carolyn Dorfman Dance

Union, NJ

$12,000

to bring five Bosnian dancers to Carolyn Dorfman Dance’s NJSummerDance intensive in August 2016 and to send the Carolyn Dorfman Dance company to Bosnia and Herzegovina in October 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$18,000

to support a three-week tour of the Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg, Russia's Three Sisters and The Cherry Orchard to the Brooklyn Academy of Music in Brooklyn, New York and ArtsEmerson in Boston, Massachusetts in February and March 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$2,750

to allow Zvonimir Dobrovic, President of Domino in Zagreb, Croatia to attend the La MaMa Moves festival and meet with the leadership of La MaMa and several other performing arts venues in New York in May 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$5,500

to support performances by the Georgian chorus Ensemble Basiani in California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Texas in fall 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$8,000

to support American and Central and Eastern European participation in CEC ArtsLink’s Back Apartment Residency program in St. Petersburg, Russia in fall 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$3,000

to support CEC Executive Director Fritzie Brown’s participation in the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies 7th World Summit on Arts and Culture in October 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$25,000

to send seven American artists to Art Prospect Festival: Dialogue in St. Petersburg, Russia for a series of installations, performances, artistic collaborations, workshops, and public forums in September 2016.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$80,000

to support exchanges in 2017 in connection with the ArtsLink Awards program.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$20,000

to bring six young artists working in the fields of public and socially engaged art to New York as part of CEC’s Arts Leadership Fellows program in July 2017.

CEC ArtsLink

CEC ArtsLink

New York, NY

$11,550

to support 2017 travel to New York; Philadelphia; and Washington, DC related to “Risk Exchange”, a project initiated by Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange in Budapest, Hungary, which explores EU migration policies through an art and social science lens.

Center for International Theatre Development

Center for International Theatre Development

Baltimore, MD

$70,000

to support 2017 travel costs for CITD’s programmatic activities in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia.

City of Asylum Pittsburgh

City of Asylum Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA

$11,000

to support performances by Russian jazz artist Alexey Kruglov and the Estonian Jack Sooaar Quartet as part of City of Asylum Pittsburgh’s annual Jazz Poetry Month from September 28th through October 1st, 2016.

Clarion Music Society

Clarion Music Society

New York, NY

$3,000

to support performances of Passion Week, Maximilian Steinberg’s 1923 opus, by the Clarion Choir in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia in October 2016.

Clockshop

Clockshop

Los Angeles, CA

$10,000

to bring Croatian women’s collective What How and for Whom to Los Angeles to curate three events and present a performance of Croatian-American artist Vlatka Horvat’s Beginnings Marathon at the Bowtie park in June 2017.

Creative Time

Creative Time

New York, NY

$25,000

to enable four artist presenters and six artist attendees from Central and Eastern Europe and Russia to participate in the 2016 Creative Time Summit in Washington, DC; to support three dispatches of Creative Time Reports content from Central and Eastern Europe and Russia; and to enable a staff member to travel to Poland to expand the network of Creative Time Reports artist contributors.

Double Edge Theatre

Double Edge Theatre

Ashfield, MA

$8,000

to support Russian composer Alexander Bakshi and Russian music director Lyudmila Bakshi’s collaboration with DET on a new theatrical work in 2016.

Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts

Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts

New York, NY

$3,000

to support the participation of Central and Eastern European artists in EFA’s Apparatus of a Utopian Image in fall 2016.

Emerson College

Emerson College

Boston, MA

$15,000

to send one HowlRound team member and Romanian theatermaker and journalist Iulia Popovici to produce livestreaming content at the Belgrade International Theatre Festival in Belgrade, Serbia; International Festival Divadelna Nitra in Nitra, Slovakia; Festival Temps d’Images in Bucharest and Cluj, Romania; and Theatre Confrontations Festival in Lublin, Poland in fall 2016.

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital

Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital

Washington, DC

$10,000

to support the participation of three filmmakers from Russia at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital in March 2017.

Experimental Intermedia

Experimental Intermedia

New York, NY

$10,000

to bring eight American, multi-genre musicians to Riga, Latvia for performances, workshops, and panels at the Skanu Mezs Adventurous Music and Film Festival in October 2016.

Experimental Intermedia

Experimental Intermedia

New York, NY

$1,400

to support Bulgarian violinist and composer Biliana Voutchkova’s travel to the US for a series of concerts and talks in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington DC in December 2016.

Flux Factory

Flux Factory

Long Island City, NY

$12,500

to support three-month residencies at Flux Factory for Ukrainian artists Anton Lapov and Nikita Kravtsov as part of the Biruchiy Residency in summer 2017.

Foundation for Contemporary Arts

Foundation for Contemporary Arts

New York, NY

$10,000

to support artists traveling to Central and Eastern Europe to present work, participate in festivals, and collaborate with local artists through FCA’s 2017 Emergency Grants program.

Friends of the Budapest Festival Orchestra

Friends of the Budapest Festival Orchestra

New York, NY

$20,000

to support performances of the Budapest Festival Orchestra in Ann Arbor, Michigan as part of a larger US tour in February 2017.

GoNorth!

GoNorth!

Willow, AK

$15,000

to support a two-week residency for an ensemble of 12 Alaskan Native Atuq performers from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, culminating in performances at the Sea Mammal Hunters Festival in Chukotka, Russia in July 2016.

Headlands Center for the Arts

Headlands Center for the Arts

Sausalito, CA

$25,000

to support two-month residencies for Polish artist Ewa Wesolowska and Russian artist Arseniy Zhilyaev at Headlands Center for the Arts in summer 2016.

HERE Arts Center

HERE Arts Center

New York, NY

$30,000

to support performances of the Ukrainian opera requiem IYOV as part of the PROTOTYPE festival in January 2018.

Independent Curators International

Independent Curators International

New York, NY

$7,000

to support the participation of Anne Barlow, Goran Djordjevic, and Renaud Proch in Stacion Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina's Summer School as a School (SSAS) program in June and July 2016.

Independent Curators International

Independent Curators International

New York, NY

$7,500

to support the professional development of Polish, Russian, and Slovenian curators through ICI’s exchange programs in 2017.

Iron Crow Theatre

Iron Crow Theatre

Baltimore, MD

$4,000

to support a month-long residency in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington DC for Hungarian-based Romanian dramaturge and journalist Panna Adorjani in fall 2016.

Jacob Burns Film Festival

Jacob Burns Film Festival

Pleasantville, NY

$25,000

to support the participation of eight Polish and Romanian filmmakers, actors, producers, and critics in the fourth edition of MAKING WAVES: New Romanian Cinema in November and December 2016.

Joseph Brodsky Memorial Fellowship Fund

Joseph Brodsky Memorial Fellowship Fund

New York, NY

$18,000

to support the participation of seven American museum professionals in the second Biennale of Museum Design in St. Petersburg, Russia in fall 2016 and to send PRO ARTE Foundation Director Elena Kolovskaya to the United States for one week in summer 2016 to solidify curatorial and logistical details for the Biennale.

Joseph Brodsky Memorial Fund

Joseph Brodsky Memorial Fund

New York, NY

$20,000

to support a three-month residency for a Russian visual artist at the American Academy in Rome beginning in fall 2016.

Lark Play Development Center

Lark Play Development Center

New York, NY

$20,000

to support the participation of playwrights, theater professionals, and Lark staff in bilateral exchanges between Hungary, Romania, Russia, and the United States in fall 2016.

Link Vostok

Link Vostok

Minneapolis, MN

$2,000

to support the research and development of a new dance work with Latvian partners as part of Link Vostok’s Latvia Dance Exchange in 2017.

Make Art with Purpose

Make Art with Purpose

Dallas, TX

$8,000

to support the participation of the two founders of Translocal Institute of Contemporary Art, Maya and Reuben Fowkes from Budapest, Hungary, and artist Oto Hudec from Kosice, Slovakia in the Art of Connecting Worlds conference in Boston in February 2016.

Mark Morris Dance Group

Mark Morris Dance Group

New York, NY

$15,000

to support travel to Baku, Azerbaijan to select vocal understudies for Layla and Majnun, a collaboration between the Mark Morris Dance Group and the Silk Road Ensemble featuring Azeri father and daughter singers Alim and Fargana Qa, in March 2016.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, NY

$20,000

to support a bilateral curatorial exchange program between the Kremlin State Museum in Moscow, the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, and the Met to enable curatorial research for exhibitions, provide access to collections at each institution, and enable administrators to share best practices in 2017.

Movement Research

Movement Research

New York, NY

$70,000

to support 2017 residencies and exchanges associated with Movement Research’s Central and Eastern European and US partnership program Global Practice Sharing.

Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art

New York, NY

$60,000

to support a bilateral curatorial exchange program between the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, and the Museum of Modern Art to enable curatorial research for exhibitions, provide access to collections at each institution, and enable administrators to share best practices in 2017.

Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art

New York, NY

$5,000

to allow Dr. Ekaterina Karavaeva, the head of the International and Exhibitions Department at the Moscow Kremlin Museum to visit MoMA and other museums in Chicago and New York in fall 2016.

New York City Center

New York City Center

New York, NY

$13,000

to support Romanian ballerina Alina Cojocaru's participation in the Fall for Dance festival in October 2016.

New York City Center

New York City Center

New York, NY

$10,000

to support performances of new work by young Russian choreographers Maxim Petrov and Vladimir Varnava as part of Ardani’s 25th Anniversary celebration at New York City Center titled Dancers in New Dimensions in August 2016.

New York Live Arts

New York Live Arts

New York, NY

$10,000

to support performances of SONGS OF LEAR by Song of the Goat Theatre from Wroclaw, Poland in fall 2016.

New York Theatre Workshop

New York Theatre Workshop

New York, NY

$3,600

to support Bulgarian Theater director Ida Daniel's two-week residency at New York Theatre Workshop's summer program at Dartmouth College in August 2016.

Northeast Document Conservation Center

Northeast Document Conservation Center

Andover, MA

$30,000

to support a Central or Eastern European conservation professional’s participation in a two-month, advanced training internship in photograph conservation at NEDCC in fall 2017.

Palissimo Dance Theatre

Palissimo Dance Theatre

New York, NY

$15,000

to support Slovak dancer Jaro Vinarsky’s participation in a revival production of Palissimo’s Bastard for a US tour in winter and summer 2017.

PEN American Center

PEN American Center

New Yorky, NY

$2,615

to support Polish participation in the PEN World Voices Festival in spring 2016.

Philadelphia Dance Projects

Philadelphia Dance Projects

Philadelphia, PA

$10,000

to support the participation of two Hungarian choreographers from the Budapest-based Workshop Foundation in a three-week residency in Philadelphia in fall 2016.

Pig Iron Theatre Company

Pig Iron Theatre Company

Philadelphia, PA

$7,000

to send Quinn Bauriedel, Dayna Hanson, and Andalyn Young to Zagreb, Croatia to meet with the directors of the Museum of Broken Relationships and conduct a workshop with performers in September 2016 in preparation for future performances of 99 Breakups.

Portland Institute of Contemporary Art

Portland Institute of Contemporary Art

Portland, OR

$2,500

to support performances by Bulgarian performance artist Ivo Dimchev at the TBA Festival in September 2016.

Residency Unlimited

Residency Unlimited

Brooklyn, NY

$10,000

to support a three-month residency for Mongolian artist Tuguldur Yondonjamts at Residency Unlimited in spring 2016.

Residency Unlimited

Residency Unlimited

New York, NY

$4,000

to support the participation of Natalie Angles and Boshko Boskovic in the YVAA network regional conference in Tirana, Albania and a subsequent visit to Sarajevo and Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina in March 2016.

Residency Unlimited

Residency Unlimited

Brooklyn, NY

$125,000

to bring award recipients from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia to the United States in 2016 and 2017 as part of the Young Visual Artists Awards program.

Residency Unlimited

Residency Unlimited

Brooklyn, NY

$14,500

to support a three-month residency for Hungarian artist Peter Puklus at Residency Unlimited in 2017 in collaboration with Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange in Budapest, Hungary.

Residency Unlimited

Residency Unlimited

Brooklyn, NY

$8,500

to support travel expenses for 11 YVAA coordinators to visit Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, DC to meet with cultural leaders and US State Department officials in December 2016.

San Francisco International Arts Festival

San Francisco International Arts Festival

San Francisco, CA

$15,000

to bring the Meyerhold Theatre Centre of Moscow’s production of One Day We Will All Be Happy to SFIAF for performances in May and June 2017.

Single Carrot Theater

Single Carrot Theater

Baltimore, MD

$10,000

to support two trips between Baltimore and Budapest for the artistic leadership of Single Carrot Theatre and Stereo Akt to develop the initial phase of the collaboratively created performance piece Promenade: Budapest in Baltimore in fall and winter 2016.

Stephen Petronio Company

Stephen Petronio Company

New York, NY

$25,000

to support performances in Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovakia for the Stephen Petronio Company at the ONE DANCE WEEK, Queer Zagreb, and Bratislava in Movement festivals in fall 2016.

The Drama League

The Drama League

New York, NY

$30,000

to support TDL’s 2016/2017 bilateral US/Bulgaria Stage Directors Exchange as well as year two of TDL’s collaboration with the Romanian Comedy Festival and the Bucharest International Theatre Platform.

The Public Theatre

The Public Theatre

New York, NY

$18,000

to bring Belarus Free Theater to New York to perform their original piece Time of Women as part of the Under the Radar Festival in January 2017.

Theater Mitu

Theater Mitu

New York, NY

$10,000

to send nine company members of Theater Mitu to Torun, Poland to participate in the International Theatre Festival Kontakt and present Juarez: A Documentary Mythology in May 2016.

Tricklock Company

Tricklock Company

Albuquerque, NM

$20,000

to support performances of Tricklock’s original performance pieces Finger Mouth and Catgut Strung Violin as part of the community outreach project The Reptilian Lounge in Krakow and Wroclaw, Poland; Moscow, Russia; and Lviv, Ukraine in June 2016.

WaxFactory

WaxFactory

New York, NY

$5,000

to bring video designer Antonio Giacomin, sound artist Miha Klemencic, and dramaturg Simona Semenic to New York for a two-week residency at 3LD Art & Technology Center in May 2016 for the development of the piece PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER!.

Yale School of Drama

Yale School of Drama

New Haven, CT

$10,000

to support American theater critic and editor of THEATER magazine Tom Sellar’s travel to Croatia, Hungary, and Russia to seek out emerging theater artists and writers, and to support their travel to Yale in 2016/2017.

Yale School of Drama

Yale School of Drama

New Haven, CT

$15,000

bring Russian theater director Dmitry Krymov and members of the Dmitry Krymov Laboratory to Yale for a teaching residency in January 2016 followed by a six-week production residency in June 2016.

TMU ONLINE APPLICATION

For detailed information on our application process and frequently asked questions, please visit our Applicants page.

TMU reviews applications two times a year. To make the experience more user friendly, the application process is broken down into two parts:

  1. Initial Inquiry stage
  2. Full Application.

The deadlines are as follows:

  • Initial inquiry: May 1
  • Full Application: August 1
  • Notification: mid-November

This round is for projects happening January 1 or later.

  • Initial Inquiry: November 1
  • Full Application: February 1
  • Notification: mid-May

This round is for projects happening July 1 or later.


Please note that Initial Inquiries and Full Applications are due at 5:00pm, EST. Should the due dates of either the Inquiry or Full Application fall on a Saturday or Sunday, they are due on Monday, the next business day. Supporting materials for the Full Application should be received no more than two weeks following the respective deadline. When submitting a letter of recommendation, please clearly indicate the organization that is applying. We do not guarantee a notification of receipt of any supporting materials or letters. Grant tracking and/or application ID numbers are for grantee reference only and cannot be used for our purposes.

Please contact us if any questions arise during this process.

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