Foundation for Contemporary Arts Announces 2009 Grants to Organizations

New York, NY – Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA), a non-profit arts organization dedicated to supporting contemporary visual and performing arts, is pleased to announce its annual awards to 39 arts organizations, totaling $41,000.  Through Grants to Organizations, FCA supports contemporary arts organizations which provide visual and performing artists with opportunities to present imaginative work to the public or offer artists crucial professional services.  Selected by FCA’s Directors, this year’s recipients are:

Art in General, New York, NY

Artists Alliance, Inc., New York, NY

Artists Space, New York, NY

Athens Institute for Contemporary Art (ATHICA), Athens, GA

Bang on a Can, Brooklyn, NY

BOMB Magazine, Brooklyn, NY

The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY

Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn, NY

Chez Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

The Chocolate Factory, Long Island City, NY

CUE Art Foundation, New York, NY

Cunningham Dance Foundation, New York, NY

Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY

Danspace, New York, NY

Esopus, New York, NY

Five Myles, Brooklyn, NY

The Flea Theater, New York, NY

Franklin Furnace Archive, Brooklyn, NY

HERE Arts Center, New York, NY

Independent Curators International (iCI), New York, NY

Joyce SoHo Presents, Joyce Theater, New York, NY

The Kitchen, New York, NY

Links Hall, Chicago, IL

Movement Research, New York, NY

Music at the Anthology, (MATA), Brooklyn, NY

On the Boards, Seattle, WA

Ontological-Hysteric Theater, New York, NY

Outpost Artists Resources, Brooklyn, NY

Performa, New York, NY

Performance Space 122, New York, NY

The Poetry Project, New York, NY

Portland Institute for Contemporary Art

(PICA), Portland, OR

Printed Matter, New York, NY

Red Light New Music, New York, NY

Rhizome, New York, NY

Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY

Soho Repertory Theatre, New York, NY

Topaz Arts, Woodside, NY

White Columns, New York, NY

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