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2022 Grantees
6/28/2022

2022 Grantees
Tree of Life is pleased to annoounce the four artists who were selected to receive the 2022 Tree of Life Individual Artist Grant.

The Grantees are:

Susan Breitsch, Philadelphia, PA

Anna Fine Foer, Baltimore, MD

Kathy Grove, New York, NY

Dorothy Robinson, Peekskill, NY

Additional information about the artists and their projects will be posted to our website in July.

Image: Susan Breitsch, The Happy Painter, mixed media collage, 2022

Awilda Sterling-Duprey at Whitney Biennial
2/5/2022

Awilda Sterling-Duprey at Whitney Biennial
Awilda Sterling-Duprey (Tree of Life 2019 Grantee) is one of the artists selected for the Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet As It's Kept.

April 6 -September 5, 2022

Whitney Museum of American Art
9 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014

Image: Installation detail of en-cierro, 2018

Betty Beaumont at New Arts Gallery
2/5/2022

Betty Beaumont at New Arts Gallery
Betty Beaumont: Out of Fashion
The Apparel Industry's Environmental Impact

January 14 - April 17, 2022

Tree of Life 2018 Grantee, Betty Beaumont, addresses the fashion industry, the second largest polluter in the world and the legacy it is leaving to the children of the world today who are suffering from climate anxiety.

New Arts Gallery
173 W. Main Street
Kutztown, PA

Image: Detail from installation

2022 Grant Program
2/5/2022

2022 Grant Program
Tree of Life is pleased to announce that information about our 2022 Grant Program is now online. Please visit the Grant Program link on our website to download the Grant Application Guidelines and the Grant Application Form for the Individual Artist Grant. We also suggest that you visit our Contact page to join our mailing list (if you haven’t already) in order to receive updates regarding our Grant Program and to ask any questions that are not answered in our downloadable materials. Applications may be submitted between February 23  and April 13, 2022.

2021 Grantees
6/29/2021

2021 Grantees
Tree of Life is pleased to announce the four artists who were selected to receive the 2021 Tree of Life Individual Artist Grant.

The Grantees are:

Deborah Hull, Boston, MA 

Mary Miss, New York, NY

Mandy Morrison, Baltimore, MD

Tim Spelios, Ridgewood, Queens, NY

Additional information about the artists and their projects will be posted to the website under Grantees in July.

Image: Mary Miss, Sunken Pool, 1974

Lydia Rubio at Elevated Matter
6/21/2021

Lydia Rubio at Elevated Matter
Prohibido
Lydia Rubio: Subversive Landscapes 1992-2014

June 12 - July 25, 2021

Elevated Matter
Hudson, NY

Image: Landscape of Resistance (1999)

2021 Grant Program
1/12/2021

2021 Grant Program
Tree of Life is pleased to announce that information about our 2021 Grant Program is now online. Please visit the Grant Program link on our website to download the Grant Application Guidelines and the Grant Application Form for the Individual Artist Grant. We also suggest that you visit our Contact page to join our mailing list (if you haven’t already) in order to receive updates regarding our Grant Program and to ask any questions that are not answered in our downloadable materials. Applications may be submitted between February 12  and April 5, 2021.

Lydia Rubio in Scenic Hudson
1/4/2021

Lydia Rubio in Scenic Hudson
Artist Sees Hudson River as Majestic, Yet Vulnerable

Lydia Rubio (Grantee 2020) was featured in an article in Scenic Hudson magazine by Mazuba Kapambwe.

Image: Impermanent (2019)