Alpert Awards in the Arts

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The Alpert Award in the Arts was established in the 1994 by The Herb Alpert Foundation in collaboration with the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). The foundation provides $75,000 annual fellowship to five artists in the field of dance, film and video, music, theatre, and visual arts.

Year Film/Video Visual Arts Theatre Dance Music
1995 Leslie Thornton Mel Chin Reza Abdoh Ann Carlson James Carter
1996 Su Friedrich Carrie Mae Weems Suzan-Lori Parks David Rousseve Anne LeBaron
1997 Craig Baldwin Kerry James Marshall Lisa Kron Victoria Marks Chen Yi
1998 Jeanne C. Finley Roni Horn Danny Hoch Joanna Haigood Pamela Z
1999 Lourdes Portillo Pepon Osorio Brian Freeman Ralph Lemon George Lewis
2000 Peggy Ahwesh Shirin Neshat W. David Hancock Mark Dendy Steve Coleman
2001 Ellen Bruno Cai Guo-Qiang Erik Ehn John Kelly Zhou Long
2002 ®TM Christian Marclay David Greenspan Lisa Nelson Laetitia Sonami
2003 Coco Fusco Catherine Opie Carl Hancock Rux Rennie Harris Vijay Iyer
2004 Renee Tajima-Peña Catherine Sullivan Dan Hurlin Stephan Koplowitz Miya Masaoka
2005 Jem Cohen Harrell Fletcher Naomi Iizuka Donna Uchizono David Dunn
2006 Bill Morrison Jim Hodges Daniel Alexander Jones Sarah Michelson Lawrence D. Morris
2007 Jacqueline Goss Walid Raad Cynthia Hopkins Jeanine Durning Mark Feldman
2008 Bruce McClure Bryon Kim Lisa D'Amour Pat Graney Derek Bermel
2009 Paul Chan Paul Pfeiffer Rinde Eckert Reggie Wilson John King
2010[1] Jim Trainor Rachel Harrison Bill Talen Susan Rethorst Lukas Ligeti
2011[2] Natalia Almada Emily Jacir Marc Bamuthi Joseph Jess Curtis Nicole Mitchell
2012[3] Kevin Everson Michael Smith Eisa Davis Nora Chipaumire Myra Melford
2013 Lucien Castaing-Taylor Sharon Hayes Pavol Liska & Kelly Copper Julia Rhoads Alex Mincek
2014 Deborah Stratman Daniel Joseph Martinez Annie Dorsen Michelle Dorrance Matana Roberts

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Five Exceptional Artists Receive $75,000 Grants for Dance, Film/Video, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts.". California Institute of the Arts. Retrieved March 15, 2012. 
  2. ^ "2011 Alpert Award Winners Announced - Photography and profiles". California Institute of the Arts. May 27, 2011. Retrieved March 15, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Five Exceptional Artists Receive $75,000 Grants for Dance, Film/Video, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts.". California Institute of the Arts. Retrieved March 15, 2012. 

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