Essex County Chinese Canadian Association: $1,000 - These funds
will be used to produce a live cultural dance and music performance in Windsor.
Jamie Reaume: $2,000 - Production of a 6-song solo album.
James Oltean: $2,000 - Musician James O-L will develop an album of
new original music.
Matt Lalonde: $2,000 - The funds will be used to complete the
recording of original music performed by a collective of musicians know as The
Nicolas de Cosson: $4,000 - A prototype light portal will be developed
which, once perfected will lead to temporary art installations throughout the
Alana Bartol: $2,000 - Spatial Justice Sandwich Town: A Community Art Project.
Murad Erzinclioglu: $3,500 - The funds will be used to enhance the 2015 installment of the Harvesting the FAM Fest.
Greg Thomas Maxwell: $2,500 - Development of Bloom (a stop-motion animated
Erin Armstrong: $2,500 - An abridged opera, Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte
will be produced with local opera singers.
Arturo Herrera: $5,000 - The funds will be used to provide artist fees in the second issue of
Vanessa Shields: $2,500 - Mouth Piece will be a storytelling series
that will showcase Windsor’s storytellers in a year long series of
Greg Stasiak: $600 - ATM — Art Transfer Machine — Video Poetry Kiosk. Greg will develop a combination of ordinary
street furniture and video monitors to present poetry.
Media City: $5,000 - The funds will be used to enhance the
“Regional Artists Program” of the 2015 edition of the Media City Film Festival.
Michelle Soulliere: $3,000 - DIY Screen-printed t-shirts, a unique program
will educate local musicians on how to design and deliver t-shirts, posters and
marketing materials for better impact.
The Bloomfield House: $1,500 - The funds will be used to purchase additional
drums to be used by residents in drum circles and other community events.
Windsor Dance eXperience: $1,500 - Performance fees will be funded in order to
introduce dance to youth in their new neighbourhood once they have re-located.
Literary Arts Windsor: $3,000 - Paying homage to the Ontario 400 Francophone,
Metis, and First Nations will occur during this year’s BookFest.