“These awards demonstrate the resilience of the arts in America, showcasing not only the creativity of their arts projects but the organizations’ agility in the face of a national health crisis,” said Mary Anne Carter, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. “We celebrate organizations like M12 STUDIO for providing opportunities for learning and engagement through the arts in these times.”
Additionally, M12 STUDIO is thankful for the support from our neighbors at Arts in Society and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
About the M12 STUDIO Landlines Initiative:
Landlines is a two-year interdisciplinary art initiative developed by M12 STUDIO in order to stimulate collaborative projects between M12 and visiting researchers, artists, and writers. The initiative is focused on Colorado’s rural San Luis Valley and additionally partners with citizens, farmers, ranchers, and landowners in the area to create site-specific artworks, events, and art publications. The research, events, and artworks produced draw on a range of interests and expertise including architecture, agriculture, history, photography, physiogeography, traditional and contemporary community life, and environmental phenomena.
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