2004 INDEPENDENT PROJECTS AWARDS

ZVONIMIR DOBROVIC, CROATIA
Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY

To support Mr. Dobrovic to travel to 15 cities throughout the United States to research performance and dance in preparation for the 2005 Queer Zagreb Festival.

ZORAN ERIC, SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO
NUTUREart, New York, NY

To provide support for the exhibition ID Troubles, a visual art exhibition curated by Mr. Eric in cooperation with NUTUREart, as part of that organization’s Emerging Curators Program.

REZO GABRIADZE, GEORGIA
Baryshnikov Dance Foundation, Philadelphia, PA

To support travel expenses for Mr. Gabriadze who will tour his new work The Doctor and the Patient to 13 cities in the U.S.

WIESLAW GORSKI, POLAND
The Point C.D.C., Bronx, NY

To support Mr. Gorski’s staging of a production of A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising, by Miron Bialoswevski, in collaboration with Live from the Edge Theater at The Point in the Bronx.

HANNA POLAK, POLAND
Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville, NY

To support Ms. Polak in the research and production of a documentary film about filmmaker Albert Maysles.

LUKASZ RONDUDA, POLAND
Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY

To support Mr. Ronduda in a residency a Hallwalls where he will research current media arts practices and co-curate a program of works by structural film and video artists from the U.S. and Poland.

RASA TODOSIJEVIC, SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

To support Mr. Todosijevic in a residency at SFAI where he will have the opportunity to create new work and to teach in SFAI’s New Genres Department.