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CultureSource is proud to announce our 2023-2024 recipients of the Flourish Fund grant program. Six artists were awarded $10,000 to support collaborative projects that are experimental, shared with the public, and embrace contemporary creative possibilities for the future of arts and culture.

In the spirit of embracing contemporary culture at its core and edges, grants were made to artists at various stages of their careers working on multidisciplinary projects that center the visual arts. Learn more.

Flourish Fund grants are generously supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts as part of its Regional Regranting Program.

We’ll be sharing more information about grant recipients and their work on our Instagram (@culturesource) in the coming weeks.

Each year, we are thrilled to receive so many exciting applications from artists who are pushing the boundaries of visual arts across many different mediums. This year's cohort is no exception and we are proud to announce six grants have been made to support the work of regional arts administrators and creative entrepreneurs.

Adam DesJardinsDirector of Grantmaking

A special thank you to our partners at the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

Asia Hamilton

Womxnhouse 3.0

Project Collaborators
India Solomon, Sophiya. E, Erada, Dajaniere, Ricky Weaver

Cherry Wood

Barbed issue #12, Winter/Spring

Project Collaborators
Presh Johnson-Arabitg

Clare Gatto

Documenting Art for Artists

Project Collaborators
Shelley Williamson Transforming Equity, Ceramics School

Ellen Rutt

Queer Ecologies Lab

Project Collaborators
Emilia Nawrocki

Laura Gibson

Dope Women in Media

Project Collaborators
Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor Art Center

Wayne Curtis

Creative Cargo

Project Collaborators
Ulysses Newkirk, Shanna Merola, Halima Cassels

A special thank you to our panelists who reviewed applications
and selected projects for funding.
Marcy Coburn
Srimoyee Mitra
Dalia Reyes
John Riepenhoff
Asmaa Walton
Alison Wong
About the Regional Regranting Program
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Art’s Regional Regranting Program partners with local arts organizations around the United States to make grants to artists and collectives for projects that chart new creative territory in their communities. Each partner in the network creates its own program tailored to the specific needs and artistic identity of its region. Established in 2007, the network is currently active in 32 cities and regions, supporting artists whose work falls outside the scope of traditional presenting organizations and/or funding opportunities.
Established in 1987 in accordance with Andy Warhol’s will, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts’ mission is the advancement of the visual arts. The primary focus of its grant making activity is to support the creation, presentation, and documentation of contemporary visual art, particularly work that is experimental, under-recognized, or challenging in nature.