Community Fund Profiles

Below are links to profiles of Community Fund projects.


Teacup ProjectNPN Partner: Links Hall
Title:  Tea Project at Links Hall
Subsidy: Community Fund
supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Ford Foundation, and National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency)
September 2016


NPN Partner: The Theater Offensive
Title: You CAN Go Home Again: Brian Freeman Returns to Boston
Subsidy: Community Fund
May 2012


NPN Partner: Center for Community Arts
Partnerships, Columbia College Chicago
Title: On the Ground in Chicago
Subsidy: Community Fund
supported by Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, MetLife Foundation and
Nathan Cummings Foundation
photo courtesy of Paul Teruel
August 2011


Osvaldo TorresNPN Partner: La Peña
Title: Osvaldo Torres
Subsidy: Community Fund
supported by MetLife Foundation and
the Nathan Cummings Foundation

October 2010


NPN Partner: Asian Arts Initiative
Title: Asian American Artists Exchange
Subsidy: Community Fund
supported by MetLife Foundation and
the Nathan Cummings Foundation

September 2010


NPN Partner: South Dallas Cultural Center
Artist: Teo Castellanos
Title: Teo Does Dallas: The Perfect NPN Residency
Subsidy: NPN Residency, Community Fund
photos courtesy of the artist, SDCC
supported by MetLife Foundation and
the Nathan Cummings Foundation

August 2010


Nora Chipaumire
NPN Partner: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois
Artist: Nora Chipaumire
Title: gukurahundi
Subsidy: Community Fund (FY09 winter round)
supported by MetLife Foundation
photos courtesy of Steven Rosofsky

December 2009



NPN Partner: Myrna Loy Center/Helena Presents, Helena, MT
Artist: Bebe Miller
Title: “Dancing in the Discourse of the Montana Legislature”
Subsidy award: Community Fund (FY09 summer round)
supported by MetLife Foundation
photo credits: Lisa Kunkel/Independent Record photographer

April 2009


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The Community Fund is made possible by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency), the MetLife Foundation, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.




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