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TitleNational Endowment for the Arts Annual Report 1989
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Table of Contents
                            Annual Report 1989
	Contents
	Chairman's Statement
	The Agency and Its Functions
	The National Council on the Arts
	Programs
	Dance
	Design Arts
	Expansion Arts
	Folk Arts
	Inter-Arts
	Literature
	Media Arts: Film/Radio/Television
	Museum
	Music
	Opera-Musical Theater
	Theater
	Visual Arts
	Office for Public Partnership
	Arts in Education
	Local Programs
	States Program
	Office for Private Partnership
	Challenge
	Advancement
	Office of Policy, Planning, and Research
	Fellowship Program for Arts Managers
	International Activities
	Research Division
	Office for Special Constituencies
	Financail Summary
	Fiscal Year 1989
	History of Authorizations and Appropriations
                        
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Contemporary Arts Association of Denver Art Museum Emory Uníversity
Houston Dcnvcr, CO $15,000 Atlanta, GA $20,000
Houston, TX $30,000 To support "Closc Range Gallery," ah To support ah cxhibition and accompany-
To support an exhibition and accompany- ongoing series of small-scale exhibitions ing catalogue of ancient sculptures in
ing catalogue of the work of American of contemporary art produced in the colored marble from the Museo Nazionale

region.artist Ida Applebroog. Romano in Rome.

Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati Denver Art Museum Everson Museum of ArtDenver, CO $25,000Cincinnati, OH $25,000 $5,000
To support ah exhibition and accompany- To support an exhibition and accompany-

Syracuse, NY
To support multimedia installation proj­

ing catalogue examining popular and ing catalogue of the work of Americanects by contemporary artists Elaine Rei-artist Childe Hassam.professional conceptions of the Ameñcan chek and Richard Bolton.
dream house from 1790 to 1990. Dia Art Foundatíon

New York, NY TF: $30,000 Exit Art
Contemporary Arts Center, New To support an exhibition/installation and New York, NY $8,000
Orleans accompanying catalogue of the work of To support an exhibition and accompany-
New Orleans, LA $15,000 contemporary artist Maria Nordman. ing catalogue of the work of Hispanic-
To support an exhibition and accompany- American painter and printmaker Juan
ing catalogue of the work of contemporaryDia Art Foundation Sanchez.
artist Robert Tannen. New York, NY $15,000

To support an exhibition and accompany- Fine Arts Museum of Long Island
Cornell University ing catalogue of work by contemporary Hempstead, NY $20,000artist Tim Rollins and K.O.S. (Kids ofIthaca, NY $18,400 To support an exhibition and accompany-
To support an exhibition and accompany- Survival). ing catalogue of the work of American
ing catalogue of the work of Arthur artist Faith Ringgold.Drawing CenterWesley Dow (1857-1922) at the Herbert I.

New York, NY $10,000Johnson Museum of Art.
TF: $20,000 Fort Wayne Museum of Art

To support ah exhibition and accompany- Fort Wayne, IN $5,000Corning Museum of Glass ing catalogue of theater design drawings To support a site-specific installation andComing, NY $35,000 from the past 300 years selected from the accompanying catalogue by Indiana artistTo support ah exhibition and accompany- collectíons of the Theatre Arts branch of Rick Paul.ing catalogue documenting the history the Victoria and Albert Museum.
of glassmaking in Russia from the 17th

Franklin Furnace Archivecentury to the present. Edmundson Art Foundation, Inc.
New York, NY $10,000Des Moines, lA $20,000

Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums To support an exhibition and accompany- To support an exhibition and accompany­
ing catalogue of artists’ publicationsSan Francisco, CA $80,000 ing catalogue of the work of American
from Eastem Europe.To support an exhibition and accompany- photographer Lewis Baltz at the Des


ing catalogue examining the landscape Moines Art Center.

tradition as it developed in Italy during the Friends Foundation of Memphis Brooks

17th and early 18th centuries. Edmundson Art Foundation, Inc. Museum•

Des Moines, IA $10,000 Memphis, TN $20,000
Currier Gallery of Art To support an exhibition and accompany- To support the presentation in Memphis of

ing catalogue of the work ofcontemporary"The Universal Exposition of 1889:Manchester, NH TF: $75,000 artist Joel Shapiro at the Des Moines Art
To support an exhibítion and accompany- Center.

American Artists at the Fair," an exhibi­
ing catalogue of French Barbizon tion organized by the Pennsylvania Acad­
painting. emy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.Emory University

Atlanta, GA $35,000
Danforth Museum of Art To support an exhibition and accompany- Friends of Photography
Framingham, MA $25,000 ing catalogue of works of art from the San Francisco, CA $14,000
To support an exhibition and accompany- ancient Greek city of Syracuse drawn from To support photographic installations by
ing catalogue of recent work by contem- the collection of the Archaeological artists Barbara Bloom, Christain Boltan­
porary Dutch artists. Museum of Syracuse in Sicily. ski, and Alfredo Jaar.

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MUSEUM

Friends of Puerto Rico Huntington Museum of Art lnstitute for Art & Urban Resources
New York, NY $15,000 Huntington, WV $20,000 Long Island City, NY $30,000
To support an exhibition and accompany- To support an exhibition and accompany- To support three solo exhibitions at P. S. 1
ing catalogue of the work of artist Mel ing catalogue of the work of the 19th- and an accompanying catalogue of work
Casas at the Museum of Contemporary century American artists known as "the by contemporary French artists Raymond
Hispanic Art. group of ten." Hains, Andre Cadere, and Catherine

Beaugrand.
Hallwalls, Inc. lllinois State Museum Society
Buffalo, NY $10300 Springfield, IL $12,000 Institute of Contemporary Art
To support an exhibition and accompany- To support an exhibition and accompany- Boston, MA $20,000ing catalogue of work by San Francisco ing catalogue of the work of contemporary To support "Currents," an ongoing seriesBay Area conceptual artists. Chicagu artists Phyllis Bramson, Michikoof small-scale exhibitions of contemporary

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute Itatani, and Vera Klement. art.
of Religion (California Branch)

lllinois State University Institute of Contemporary ArtLos Angeles, CA $15,000 Boston, MA $20,000To support the presentation in Los Angeles Normal, IL $15,000
of"Alsatian Jewish Folk Art," an exhibi- To support an exhibition and accompany- To support an exhibition and accompany­
tion organized by the Jewish Museum ing catalogue of the work of contemporarying catalogue of the work of contemporary
in New York. artist David Wojnarowicz. artist Mary Heilman.

InterCultura, Inc.Henry Gallery Association Independent Curators, Inc.
Seattle, WA $45,000 Ft. Worth, TX’ $20,000New York, NY $25,000

To support a touñng exhibition and ac-To support an exhibition and accompany- To support a touring exhibition and ac­
ing catalogue of Russian Constructivist companying catalogue of the video work companying catalogue of Mexican retablo
art focusing on the period from 1921 of multimedia artists Peter Campus, Brucepaintings.
through the early 1930s. Nauman, Beryl Korot, and William

International Center of PhotographyWegman.
Henry Street Settlement New York, NY $20,000
New York, NY $10,000 To support an exhibition and accompany-Independent Curators, Inc,To support an exhibition and accompany- ing catalogue of contemporary photogra-New York, NY $20,000ing catalogue of the work of Ameñcan phy entitled "New Picturemakers."To support a touring exhibition and ac­artist Vincent Smith.

companying catalogue of new work by International Center of Photography
contemporary Italian artists.Honolulu Academy of Arts New York, NY $20,000

Honolulu, HI $30,000 To support a touring exhibition of the
To support an exhibifion and accompany- Indianapolis Museum of Art work of photographer Lotte Jacobi.
ing catalogue of the 20 paintings producedIndianapolis, IN $40,000
by Georgia O’Keeffe when she visited To support an exhibition and accompany- International Center of Photography
Hawaii in 1939. ing catalogue of the work of Indiana artistsNew York, NY $15,000

Theodore Clement Steele, J. Ottis Adams, To support a touring exhibition of photo-Honolulu Academy of Arts and William Forsyth, known as the graphs by artist Man Ray created aroundHonolulu, HI $25,000 Hoosier Group. the time he was producing commercialTo support "Focus," an ongoing series of
small-scale exhibitions of contemporary Installation Gallery

fashion photography for Bazaar magazine.
art. San Diego, CA $5,000 J.B. Speed Art Museum

To support the presentation in San Diego Louisville, KY $19,600Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu, HI $8,000 of"Unknown Secrets: Art and the Rosen- To support an exhibition and accompany-
To support a program of small-scale berg Era," an exhibition organized by ing catalogue of Russian Constructívist

the Rosenberg Era Art Project, Turnerphotography exhibitions, theater design,
Falls, Massachusetts.

Hudson River Museum Japan Society
Yonkers, NY $25,000 Institute for Art & Urban Resources New York, NY TF: $35,000
To support ah exhibition and accompany- Long Island City, NY $20,000 To support the exhibifion "Medieval
ing catalogue on the late 19th century To support an exhibition and accompany- Paintings and Blades from the Gotoh
Egyptian Movement in American decora- ing catalogue of the work of contemporaryMuseum, Tokyo," and its accompanying
tive arts. Amefican artist Alan Saret at P.S. 1. catalogue.

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FRONT COVER

Top row, left to right:

Tenor Placido Domingo and mezzo-soprano Victoria Vergara by Susanne Faulkner Stevens;

Soprano Leontyne Price by Susanne Faulkner Stevens;

Miami Jewish Home and Hospital resident and friend.


Bottom row, left to right:

Actor James Earle Jones by Fletcher Drake;

Los Angeles Music Center’s Children’s Holiday Festival by Craig Schwartz;

American Ballet Theater by Kenn Duncan;

The Metropolitan Opera production of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess.•

BACK COVER

Top row, left to right:

Pueblo potter Helen Cordero by Al Abrams;

Radio artist and writer Garrison Keillor by Jonette Novak;

Actor Eddie Bracken in Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein’s Show Boat.•

Bottom row, left to right:

Central Florida’s Very Special Arts workshop with Nancy Evans and friend by Paula Davis;

1989 National Heritage Fellowship recipient Jose Gutierrez by Dan Sheehy;

Musician and artist Claude Kennedy and friends at St. Petersburg, Florida Community Center by Mindy Francis;

Original cast members of A Chorus Line by Martha Swope.


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Alexandria, Virginia


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