2020 Grants, Awards & Sponsorships

Support

The following support was awarded during the 2020 calendar year: 

January

Student Cultural Programming Fee support for Migration Stories by Mark Menjivar

Student Cultural Programming Fee support for the Visiting Native American Artist and Curator Series

Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation support for publications related to Fake News and Lying Pictures: Political Prints in the Dutch Republic, curated by Maureen Warren

February

School of Art and Design Visitors Series support for Migration Stories by Mark Menjivar

March

College of Fine and Applied Arts Special Grant support for research travel for Amy L. Powell

College of Fine and Applied Arts Special Grant support for attendance at Mountmaking for Exhibits seminar by Tim Fox

College of Fine and Applied Arts Special Grant support for attendance at Print Council of America Annual Meeting by Maureen Warren

College of Fine and Applied Arts Special Grant support for attendance at the National Museum Publishing Seminar by Kathryn Koca Polite

University of Illinois Academic Professional Development Fund support for attendance at Mountmaking for Exhibits seminar by Tim Fox

May

Samuel H. Kress Foundation grant support for Fake News and Lying Pictures: Political Prints in the Dutch Republic, curated by Maureen Warren

Student Cultural Programming Fee support for Bea Nettles: Harvest of Memory

July

University of Illinois Office of the Chancellor, John N. Chester Estate Fund Award for the acquisition of Loss by Kay WalkingStick

August

Institute of Museum and Library Services Museums for America Grant in support of the reinstallation of the Ancient Andean gallery by Allyson Purpura (KAM) and Kasia Szremski (CLACS)

September

Illinois Arts Council support for 2020-2021 exhibitions and programs at Krannert Art Museum 

 

Sponsorships

Krannert Art Museum–Week at the Museum

Sponsored in part by Champaign Unit 4 Schools, Urbana School District 116, University of Illinois Office of Public Engagement, Champaign Urbana Schools Foundation, Close Friend Foundation, Curtis C. Nash Children’s Creativity Fund, Lumpkin Family Foundation, Sandra Casserly, Harold G. and Nancy A. Diamond in memory of Dorothy R. Altman, Kathleen Harleman, H. Clifford Heaton and Jane Trishman Heaton, Joan and Peter Hood, Krannert Art Museum Council, John and Alice Pfeffer, Icko and Miriam Iben, Brian and Gloria Rainer in memory of Marjorie McFarlane, Katherine Snyder, Robert and Bonnie Switzer, Jean Tello in honor of Suzie Connors, Edward and Nancy Tepper, Scott and Virginia B. Webster Trust, William G. Weisburg, Pamela Wells, Paul Wieland in memory of Diane J. Wieland, and Carol Wilken.

Hot Spots: Radioactivity and the Landscape

Hot Spots at KAM is co-sponsored by Native American House, the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and the Environment (iSEE) and the IPRH-Andrew W. Mellon Program in Environmental Humanities.

Hive

Hive is supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Classics Everywhere initiative of the Society for Classical Studies. Co-sponsored by the Department of Classics, the Center for Advanced Study, the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, and the School of Art + Design Visitors Committee.

Pressing Issues: Printmaking as Social Justice in 1930s United States

Sponsored in part by the International Fine Print Dealers Association, the Wyeth Foundation for American Art, and the College of Fine and Applied Arts.

 

2020 Support from the Illinois Arts Council Agency

Krannert Art Museum exhibitions and programs are partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.