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Grand Central Art Center Receives  $25,000  Metabolic Studio Grant

Grand Central Art Center is excited to announce the awarding of a major  Metabolic Studio  grant.

To mark the upcoming centenary of the Los Angeles Aqueduct (11.5.2013), the  Metabolic Studio  has awarded a grant, in the amount of  $25,000, to Grand Central Art Center  to realize a residency/project with artist Matthew Moore that will bring consciousness to the impact and importance of this monumental piece of hydraulic engineering.   The Metabolic Studio convened Chora Council 2012: an anonymous team of civic, tribal, educational, environmental, museum, and non-profit leaders from along the Aqueduct’s 223-mile length to nominate the organizations and institutions that are receiving funding.

As announced by Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio, this grant to Grand Central Art Center is one of twenty-one Chora Council grants, representing over $1.6 million of funding.   Providing significant support for action, research, education, and community building in the context of “one hundred years of LA water”, the Chora docket reflects on the past century in the context of glacial time, while simultaneously acting for the coming 100 years.

Artist Matthew Moore’s website:

Grand Central Art Center Receives  $5,000  Efroymson Family Fund Grant

Grand Central Art Center is also excited to announce the awarding of a  Efroymson Family Fund  grant.

The  Efroymson Family Fund, at the suggestion of Jeremy Efroymson, has approved a grant in the amount of  $5,000  to be used for  general operating support for the  Grand Central Art Center.

Grand Central Art Center  thanks  the  Metabolic Studio  and  the  Efroymson Family Fund  for their generous support of our institution and forward vision.


Read about Grand Central Art Center recent and upcoming activities in the current issue of  Art Ltd. Magazine (Jan/Feb 2013, pg. 54-55):