Grantees

$4,191,481

Total Grants
in 2002

$3,102,581

Cultural Grants
in 2002

123

Cultural Grants
in 2002

2002 Cultural Grants

American Association of Museums

Washington, D.C.


$40,000

to support international travel and related expenses associated with Eastern and Central European participation in AAM’s program International Partnership Among Museums (IPAM) in 2002-2003.

American Council for International Education

Washington, D.C.


$7,000

to support American participation in the II International Week of Conservatories Festival at the St. Petersburg Conservatory in fall 2002.

American Dance Festival

New York, New York


$9,000

to enable a choreographer and a dancer from Moscow to participate in ADF’s International Choreography Program in summer 2002.

American Friends of the Russian Country Estate

New York, New York


$1,100

to enable the director of the Boldino Estate in Russia to travel to the United States in summer 2002 to observe American museum management and fundraising techniques.

American Friends of the State Hermitage Museum

New York, New York


$25,000

to enable artists and curators from the United States to participate in the Symposium on Contemporary American Painting at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg in fall 2002.

American Russian Young Artists Orchestra

New York, New York


$50,000

to enable musicians from Russia and the United States to participate in ARYO's activities in 2003 and 2004, including residencies, workshops, and performances in both countries.

Art in General

New York, New York


$40,000

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 and 2003 of artists and curators from the United States and Central Europe participating in a program entitledResidency Exchange: Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland.

Arts International

New York, New York


$12,500

to enable an artist from Croatia to participate in the International Studio Program at P.S.1 in New York in 2001.

Arts International

New York, New York


$50,000

to enable artists, musicians, and scholars from the United States to participate in exhibitions, performances, and symposia as part of the 2002-2003 American Season at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw.

Arts International

New York, New York


$4,000

to enable a curator from The Museum of Modern Art in New York to conduct research in Croatia in spring and fall 2002 in connection with the exhibition Here Tomorrow—The New York Perspective held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb .

Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation

New York, New York


$25,000

to support the international exchange in 2003 of architectural specialists, preservationists, and historians from Poland and the United States in connection with the planning and development of the Klueger Historic House Museum in Osciewcim.

Bang on a Can

New York, New York


$20,000

to enable members of the new music group Bang on a Can to hold workshops and give performances in Russia and Bulgaria in spring 2003.

Bard College

Annandale-on-Hudson, New York


$15,000

to enable a media artist from the United States to meet with artists and curators in Eastern and Central Europe in 2001-2002 in connection with a project entitled Virtual Culture.

Bard College

Annandale-on-Hudson, New York


$30,000

to enable American music and theater professionals from the United States to present Custer and Sitting Bull and Cinderella’s Bad Magic at the Alternativa Festival in Moscow and at Smolny College in St. Petersburg in fall 2002.

Bard College

Annandale-on-Hudson, New York


$4,000

to enable the director of Bard Summer Stage: Bard Music Festival and music specialists from the United states to travel to the Czech Republic in fall 2002 to conduct research for the summer 2003 festival.

Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts

New York, New York


$4,700

to enable ceramics specialists from Hungary to participate in public programs organized in connection with the exhibition Hungarian Ceramics from the Zsolnay Manufactory, 1853-2001 held at the Center in 2002.

Battery Dance Company

New York, New York


$25,000

to enable the company to perform, give workshops, and participate in collaborative sessions with artists at the Open Look Festival in St. Petersburg, the IX Annual International Dance Conference and Performance Festival in Bytom, Poland, and at other venues in Eastern and Central Europe in summer 2002.

Bond Street Theatre Coalition

New York, New York


$30,000

to enable members of the company to participate in a collaborative exchange project with theater groups in Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Serbia in fall 2002.

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Boston, Massachusetts


$40,000

to enable musicians from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, and Romania to participate in the professional training program at the Tanglewood Music Center in summer 2002.

Boston University, College of Fine Arts

Boston, Massachusetts


$40,000

to enable music specialists and composers from Russia to participate in conferences, lectures, master classes, and performances in the United States in fall 2002 as part of the Educational Bridge Project conducted jointly by the University’s School of Music and the St. Petersburg Conservatory.

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Brooklyn, New York


$30,000

to enable filmmakers and critics from Eastern and Central Europe to participate in the BAMcinematék Russian and Eastern European Film Program in 2003.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$100,000

to provide continued support for ArtsLink, an exchange program for artists and arts administrators from Eastern and Central Europe and the United States.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$50,000

to enable the Philip Glass Ensemble from New York to perform and hold workshops in Russia in 2003.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$25,000

to support American participation in a seminar on museum licensing and merchandising organized in collaboration with the Kunstkamera in St. Petersburg in 2003.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$35,000

to enable musicians and composers from the United States to present performances of contemporary music and give lectures and master classes in Moscow and St. Petersburg in 2002-2003.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$50,000

to provide continued support for the international travel and related expenses of participants in activities of the Parallel Fund for 2003, a program developed in collaboration with the Open Society Institute-St. Petersburg to promote cultural exchanges associated with St. Petersburg’s tercentenary.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$10,000

to enable architects and architecture specialists from the United States to participate in public forums and discussions held in connection with the Interactive Normalization Project in Belgrade in summer 2002.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$9,000

to enable the director of New York City’s Percent for Art Program, together with an artist and an urban designer from the United States, to participate in the Belgrade Public Art and Planning Project in fall 2002.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$50,000

to enable members of the St. Petersburg State Academic Capella Choir to participate in a performance tour in the United States in fall 2003.

CEC International Partners

New York, New York


$50,000

to support the exchange of Russian and American artists participating in CEC’s VisART program in 2003.

Center for International Theatre Development

Baltimore, Maryland


$115,000

to support the international exchange component of the Eastern and Central European Theater Initiative in 2002 and 2003.

Center for Puppetry Arts

Atlanta, Georgia


$8,000

to enable performers from Eastern and Central Europe to attend conferences and performances as part of the Puppets 2002 Festival in Atlanta in summer 2002.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

New York, New York


$30,000

to support international travel and related expenses of Russian musicians, composers, and poets participating in the Chamber Music Society's 2003 'Celebration Series' entitled Masterpieces of the Russian Underground.

City Center

New York, New York


$3,000

to enable an administrator from the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow to observe development and administrative procedures at cultural institutions in New York in spring 2002.

City Center

New York, New York


$60,000

to enable members of the Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg to participate in a residency and teaching program in New York in spring.

Creativity 21st Century

Washington, D.C.


$15,000

to support the international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with a residency and exhibition program in Washington, D.C., for artists from the former Yugoslavia.

Dance Theater Workshop

New York, New York


$100,000

to enable artists and arts managers from Eastern and Central Europe and the United States to participate in artists’ residencies, performances, collaborative projects, and international festivals in 2003 in connection with DTW’s East/Central Europe Cultural Partnerships Program.

Danspace Project

New York, New York


$20,000

to enable American dancers and choreographers to participate in the Physical Dialogues project in Bratislava in fall 2002.

Double Edge Theatre

Ashfield, Massachusetts


$30,000

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with Ex-CHANGE, a collaborative theater project involving artists from Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the United States.

Double Edge Theatre

Ashfield, Massachusetts


$15,000

to enable the company to perform and give workshops at the Theatre Confrontations Festival in Lublin, Poland, and at the Autumn Festival in Budapest in fall 2002.

East Coast Artists

New York, New York


$15,000

to enable performers and a director from the United States to stage a production of Waiting for Godot at the Theatre Confrontations Festival in Lublin, Poland, in fall 2002.

East European Folklife Center

New York, New York


$1,800

to enable traditional musicians from Macedonia to perform and conduct workshops in the United States in summer 2002.

Elisa Monte Dance

New York, New York


$15,000

to enable members of the company to give performances, conduct workshops, teach master classes, and hold open rehearsals in Bratislava and Prague in fall 2002.

Eugene O'Neill Theater Center

Waterford, Connecticut


$25,000

to support international travel and related expenses of American participants in the project Making Musicals Together in St. Petersburg in spring 2002.

Eugene O'Neill Theater Center

Waterford, Connecticut


$35,000

to support the international travel and related expenses associated with a collaborative Russian-American production of The Captain's Daughter at the State Hermitage Theater in St. Petersburg in 2003.

Faberge Arts Foundation

Washington, D.C.


$1,300

to enable a Russian architectural specialist to participate in a symposium organized by the Foundation entitled St. Petersburg: Its Architectural Legacy, Its Restoration Challenges in Washington, D.C., in winter 2003.

The Film Society of Lincoln Center

New York, New York


$25,000

to enable Russian film directors and specialists to participate in a program entitled Another Russia: Lenfilm Studios, 1918-2003 in New York in fall 2003.

Foundation for a Civil Society

New York, New York


$42,681

to provide continued support of the Chalupecky and Cepan award programs to enable artists from the Czech and Slovak Republics to participate in residencies at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California.

Foundation for a Civil Society

New York, New York


$62,500

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with the creation of an awards program for visual artists in Serbia and in Croatia.

Foundation for a Civil Society

New York, New York


$9,800

to enable the department head and the curator of the Textile Collection at The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague to conduct research at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2002.

Foundation for a Civil Society

New York, New York


$50,000

to support the Cultural Heritage Renovation Project, a program developed to aid conservation activities in the Czech Republic after the floods of 2002.

Foundation for International Arts and Education

Bethesda, Maryland


$40,000

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 in connection with the planning and development of exhibition projects being organized in collaboration with museums and cultural institutions in Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and the United States.

Foundation for International Arts and Education

Bethesda, Maryland


$30,000

to support the exchange of American and Russian museum specialists in connection with an exhibition entitled Art from the American West, 1830-1930 to be held at the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg and at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow in 2003.

Franklin Furnace Archive

New York, New York


$20,000

to enable a new media artist/curator from the United States to travel in Eastern and Central Europe in 2002-2003 in connection with a project entitled Virtual Culture: Towards Models.

The Fund for Arts and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe

McLean, Virginia


$5,000

to enable artists from the United States to participate in an exhibition entitled New Engagement, Politics and Art at the Foundation & Center for Contemporary Arts—Prague in spring 2002.

GOH Productions

New York, New York


$20,000

to enable American dancers, choreographers, teachers, arts managers, critics, and other arts professionals to participate in the IX Annual International Contemporary Dance Conference and Performance Festival in Bytom, Poland, in summer 2002.

GOH Productions

New York, New York


$25,000

to enable video artists and a multi-media specialist from the United States to conduct a video/performance workshop for participants from Eastern and Central Europe at the Polli Talu Center in Estonia in summer 2002.

GOH Productions

New York, New York


$50,000

to enable the Ilkhom Theatre Company from Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to give performances and hold workshops in the United States in 2004.

House of Dance

New York, New York


$5,000

to enable an American choreographer to develop a collaborative performance piece in connection with the Modern Dance Week Festival in Zagreb and to participate in productions of King Lear and Medea by Teatr Ulysses in Croatia in summer 2002.

Institute of Visual Arts, University of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin


$30,000

to enable artists from Ukraine to participate in an exhibition program and related activities at Inova and other venues in the United States in 2002.

Institute of Visual Arts, University of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin


$20,000

to enable curators from the United States to travel to Ukraine to attend events held in connection with the Kyiv International Media Festival 2002.

The Interfaith Center of New York

New York, New York


$14,000

to enable a curator and an artist from the United States to travel to Poland in summer 2002 to discuss future exhibition possibilities at the Museum of Contemporary Spiritual Art in Lublin.

International Center of Photography

New York, New York


$25,000

to support international travel and related expenses between Russia and the United States in 2002 and 2003 associated with research for the planned exhibition entitled Gustav Klutsis and Valentina Kulagina: Between the Public and Private.

International Studio and Curatorial Program

New York, New York


$25,000

to enable a curator and an artist from the Czech Republic to participate in three-month residencies at ISCP in 2002 and 2003, respectively.

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Washington, D.C.


$25,000

to enable members of the Provincial Dance Theater of Ekaterinberg to perform in the Something New Series at Kennedy Center and to give workshops at New York University in spring 2003.

Joseph Brodsky Memorial Fellowship Fund

New York, New York


$20,000

to enable a visual artist from Russia to be in residence at the American Academy in Rome in 2002-2003.

The Kitchen

New York, New York


$36,000

to enable members of Silesian Dance Theatre from Bytom, Poland, to give performances and hold workshops at The Kitchen and at other venues in the United States in fall 2002.

La Pocha Nostra

San Francisco, California


$7,300

to enable members of the company to perform and participate in related activities at the Theatre Confrontations Festival in Lublin, Poland, in fall 2002.

The Lab

San Francisco, California


$2,000

to support American participation in conferences and public dialogues as part of a multidisciplinary research project entitled A Place in History in Sofia in spring 2003.

Laboratory for International Theatre Exchange

New York, New York


$5,000

to enable members of the company to perform The Jubilee and The Proposal at the Kamernaya Tsena Russian Classics Theatre Festival in Moscow in spring 2002.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

New York, New York


$50,000

to enable the Rezo Gabriadze Theater from Tblisi, Georgia, and the Kirov Ballet from St. Petersburg to participate in the Lincoln Center Festival 2002.

Long Beach Opera

Long Beach, California


$21,000

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with the collaborative development of a contemporary Czech-American chamber opera.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Los Angeles, California


$15,000

to support international travel in 2002-2003 by American and Eastern and Central European curators involved in organizing the exhibition Geometry of Innocence: Objects+Systems+ Concepts, 1940s-1970s scheduled to be held in the United States in 2004.

Lower East Side Print Shop

New York, New York


$15,000

to enable artists from the United States to travel to Belgrade to conduct a workshop on printmaking and papermaking in fall 2002.

Lower East Side Tenement Museum

New York, New York


$18,000

to enable the director and the curator from the Gulag Museum in Perm, Russia, to visit historic sites and museums in the United States in fall 2002.

Maida Withers Dance Construction Company

Washington, D.C.


$25,000

to enable members of the company to participate in joint performances of Dance of the Auroras - Fire in the Sky with artists from Poland and Russia at the Open Look Festival in St. Petersburg and at the TOUCH2 Project in Arkhangelsk in summer 2003.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, New York


$26,000

to support international travel and related expenses of Russian and American museum professionals in 2003 in connection with the Metropolitan-Hermitage Museum Exchange Program.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York, New York


$11,300

to enable a specialist from the State Oriental Museum in Moscow to participate in a curatorial residency program at The Metropolitan Museum in 2002.

Mongolia Society

Bloomington, Indiana


$10,000

to support participation by performers from Mongolia in a workshop in the United States held in 2002 as part of the Mongolian Throat Singing Project.

The Mostar Fund

Spencertown, New York


$25,000

to enable American architectural preservation experts to participate in the Mostar 2004 Workshop and to support a visit to the United States in 2003 by representatives of Stari Grad, an agency of the Bosnian government responsible for historic conservation and restoration activities in Mostar.

The Museum of Modern Art

New York, New York


$19,500

to enable attorneys from the State Russian Museum and the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg to attend a conference entitled Legal Problems of Museum Administration in New Orleans in spring 2003 and to participate in residencies at museums in New York.

The New York Public Library

New York, New York


$15,000

to enable specialists from cultural institutions in Russia to participate in events in New York in fall 2003 in connection with the opening of the exhibition Russia Engages the World: 1453-1824 held in connection with the tercentenary of St. Petersburg.

New York University Museum Studies Program

New York, New York


$9,000

to enable the director of the program to discuss with museum specialists in Central and Eastern Europe in 2002 the possibility of developing a summer program at NYU in museum management for professionals from the region.

Nine Circles Chamber Theatre

New York, New York


$11,000

to enable theater specialists from the United States to travel to Moscow and St. Petersburg in 2002 to conduct research for a Russian-American collaborative production entitled Guest from the Future.

Northeast Document Conservation Center

Andover, Massachusetts


$25,000

to enable conservators from NEDCC to exchange information regarding paper and photography conservation techniques with their colleagues at the State Russian Museum and the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and at the Russian National Library in Moscow in 2002.

Northeast Document Conservation Center

Andover, Massachusetts


$7,200

to enable NEDCC’s senior conservator to meet with colleagues and visit conservation facilities at the National Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo in 2002.

Northeast Document Conservation Center

Andover, Massachusetts


$30,000

to support international travel and related expenses to enable conservation specialists from the United States to conduct seminars and workshops organized by the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in 2003.

Northeast Document Conservation Center

Andover, Massachusetts


$18,000

to enable two staff members from the National Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo to participate in conservation training residencies in the United States in summer 2003.

Paul Dresher Ensemble

San Francisco, California


$30,000

to enable the new music ensemble Opus-Posth from Moscow and contemporary composers from Russia to travel to San Francisco in winter 2003 to participate in the Russian-American Music Festival of the Post-Avant-Garde.

Performance Space 122

New York, New York


$3,000

to enable an artist from Zagreb, Croatia, to participate in the performance project entitled Reverse IT at P.S. 122 in fall 2002.

Philadelphia Fringe Festival

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


$24,000

to enable members of Teatr Biuro Podrozy from Poznan, Poland, to perform Carmen Funebre at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in fall 2002.

Photo Americas

Portland, Oregon


$26,000

to enable photographers and a curator from Hungary to participate in Photo Americas' annual festival in Portland in spring 2003.

Pig Iron Theatre Company

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


$30,000

to enable members of the Company to travel to Poland in fall 2002 to give performances of their work Shut Eye, to hold workshops, and to participate in discussions with members of the local theater communities and the general public.

Portland State University

Portland, Oregon


$6,500

to support participation by a playwright and a dramaturg from Hungary in a residency program at the University and in the Portland International Performance Festival in summer 2002.

Preservation Alumni

New York, New York


$5,000

to support international travel and related expenses associated with the Georgian-American exchange component of the Uplistsikhe Archaeological Complex Documentation and Preservation Project in summer 2002.

Quintet of the Americas

Douglaston, New York


$22,000

to enable the Quintet to perform and participate in residencies at music conservatories in Georgia and Ukraine in fall 2002.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, New York


$2,500

to support a residency by a sound installation artist from the Czech Republic at integrated Electronic Arts at Rensselaer (iEAR) Studios in spring 2002.

Risa Jaroslow & Dancers

New York, New York


$34,000

to enable members of the company to participate in a collaborative performance project with a traditional Polish choral group at the IX Annual International Dance Conference and Performance Festival in Bytom, Poland, and at the Open Look Festival in St. Petersburg in summer 2002.

Risa Jaroslow & Dancers

New York, New York


$16,000

to enable the artistic director and a member of the company to travel to St. Petersburg in 2003 to create a new work with the Kannon Dance Company .

River Arts Repertory Company

New York, New York


$15,000

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 and 2003 of playwrights, directors, and critics participating in the Eastern European Theater Artist Exchange Series.

Riverside Ensemble of New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico


$24,000

to enable the Jednotka/Unit theater group from Prague to participate in the Revolutions International Theatre Festival in Albuquerque in January 2003.

S.E.M. Ensemble

New York, New York


$30,000

to enable American composers and musicians to participate in Ostrava Days 2003 in the Czech Republic in summer 2003.

Science Project

New York, New York


$15,000

to support international travel and related expenses associated with a collaborative production entitled The Real Life of Pinocchio developed with Stoka Theater in Bratislava in summer 2002.

SculptureCenter

Long Island City, New York


$35,000

to enable artists, a curator, and a critic from Poland to travel to the United States in spring 2003 to participate in the opening and related activities of an exhibition at SculptureCenter entitled Spaces of Femininity.

Seven Stages

Atlanta, Georgia


$30,000

to enable members of the Dah Teatar in Belgrade to travel to the United States in fall 2002 to collaborate with Seven Stages on a joint production and tour of Maps of Forbidden Remembrance.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center

Staten Island, New York


$15,000

to enable artists from Eastern and Central Europe to participate in the ARTFRONT/WATERFRONT program at Snug Harbor in summer 2002.

Sundance Institute Theater Program

Beverly Hills, California


$6,500

to enable theater directors from Poland to participate in the Sundance Theatre Laboratory in Utah in summer 2002.

Theatre Communications Group

New York, New York


$50,000

to provide continued support during 2002-2003 of the American and Central and Eastern European theater exchange program administered by the International Theatre Institute at TCG.

Thunder Bay Ensemble

East Otis, Massachusetts


$15,000

to enable the artistic directors of a consortium of arts organizations from Hungary, Romania, and the United States to attend meetings in each of the three countries in 2003 in order to discuss the possibility of future collaborations.

Toynbee Prize Foundation

Newton Centre, Massachusetts


$30,000

to enable cultural and architectural specialists from the United States to participate in a conference entitled New Global History and the City in St. Petersburg in winter 2003.

University of Illinois at Chicago

Chicago, Illinois


$25,000

to enable members of the Shadow Theatre of Moscow to perform, give workshops, and participate in a residency program at the University of Illinois at Chicago in spring 2003.

University of Michigan International Institute

Ann Arbor, Michigan


$40,000

to support the exchange of curators, art historians, and dance scholars from the United States and Russia participating in the St. Petersburg 2003 Festival at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in fall/winter 2003.

US/ICOMOS

Washington, D.C.


$25,000

to enable historic preservation professionals from Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, the Slovak Republic, and the United States to participate in the US/ICOMOS International Summer Intern Program in 2002.

US/ICOMOS

Washington, D.C.


$35,000

to enable historic preservation specialists from Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, and the United States to participate in the US/ICOMOS International Summer Intern Program in the United States in 2003.

WaxFactory

New York, New York


$35,000

to support the development in Split of a collaborative theater piece with the Croatian National Theatre in fall 2002.

Western Folklife Center

Elko, Nevada


$25,000

to enable musicians, singers, and horsemen from Mongolia to travel to Nevada to participate in the 20th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in winter 2004.

Williamstown Art Conservation Center

Williamstown, Massachusetts


$35,000

to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with the design and planning of a new conservation laboratory for the Archaeological Museum in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

World Archaeological Congress

Washington, D.C.


$30,000

to enable scholars and specialists from Eastern and Central Europe to participate in the Fifth World Archaeological Congress in Washington, D.C., in summer 2003.

World Monuments Fund

New York, New York


$15,000

to enable an architectural critic and an architect from the United States to visit historic sites and preservation projects in Poland in spring 2002.

World Monuments Fund

New York, New York


$2,400

to enable the Program Director of the Transylvania Trust in Cluj, Romania, to travel to the United States to meet with historic preservation specialists in fall 2002.

World Music Institute

New York, New York


$15,000

to enable performers from Mongolia to participate in The Festival of Mongolia in New York in summer 2002.

World Music Institute

New York, New York


$15,000

to support international travel and related expenses associated with performances by the Boban Markovic Orkestar brass band from Serbia in the New York World Festival—Music Around the Mediterranean in fall 2002 and by the Russian choral group Svetilen from Ivanovo in concerts in New York organized by the Institute in spring 2003.

Zoo District

Los Angeles, California


$25,000

to enable members of the Zoo District theater company to present Mikhail Bulgakov’s Heart of a Dog as part of the Bulgakov Theatre Festival in Kiev, Ukraine, in fall 2002.