Now more than ever, encouraging creativity is essential for our collective well-being. Not only does everyone have a right and responsibility to be creative; imagining and shaping our future is an inherently creative act.
The Wagner Foundation is committed to encouraging visionary individuals, as well as arts institutions that expand cultural access. We welcome creative ideas that challenge convention. Whether this takes the form of disadvantaged groups questioning fundamental issues impacting their lives, or of professional artists challenging us all, we strive to encourage, enable, and teach creativity.
‘Making Black American’ can now be watched on PBS. Wagner Foundation is honored to support the making of this powerful series.
VIA Art Fund and Wagner Foundation have awarded grants totaling $200,000 to five U.S.-based visual arts organizations. The recipients of the 2022 VIA | Wagner Incubator Grant Fund are: Boston Art Review (Boston, MA), Granary Arts (Ephraim, UT), Project for Empty Space (Newark, NJ), Racing Magpie (Rapid City, SD), and Utah Museum of Contemporary Art […]
VIA Art Fund and Wagner Foundation have awarded grants totaling $200,000 to five U.S.-based visual arts organizations. The recipients of the 2021 VIA | Wagner Incubator Fund are: MOCA Tucson (Tucson, AZ), Santa Fe Art Institute (Santa Fe, NM), Stove Works (Chattanooga, TN), The Union for Contemporary Art (Omaha, NE), and Wave Pool (Cincinnati, OH). […]
VIA Art Fund and Wagner Foundation have awarded grants totaling $200,000 to five U.S.-based visual arts organizations. The recipients of the 2020 VIA | Wagner Incubator Grant Fund grant are: Artspace (New Haven, CT), Disjecta Contemporary Art Center (Portland, OR), The Lab (San Francisco, CA), Locust Projects (Miami, FL), and The Luminary (St. Louis, MO). […]
Wagner Foundation and VIA Art Fund are thrilled to announce the inaugural grantees of the Incubator Grant Fund. For many small communities, cultural spaces are vital gathering places which build stronger civic bonds, help people discover their own voice, and hear the voices of others. Each selected organization represents a different aspect of how small […]