Grants Funded


2017

The University of Akron – Summer Fellowship
in silico et in situ – $10,000


John and Barbara Gilette Travel Abroad grant – Travel grant
2016 -grant to take 8 students to Europe, Ars Elctronica, Linz, Vienna and Prague
(with Associate Professor Tony Samangy) $30,000


Myers Forum Artist grant – Phillip Beesley – Visiting Artist grant
2016-2017 – together with A. Samangy received funds to bring Phillip Beesley as the Myers Forum Artist – $12,000


Myers School of Art – Folk Grant
VR research – $1,500


2014

The Biomimicry Research and Innovation Center – Interdisciplinary Collaboration grant
{skin}d.e.e.p and versus 0.002[gridiron] – $10,000


The University of Akron – Summer Fellowship
{skin}d.e.e.p and versus 0.002 [gridiron] – $10,000


Myers School of Art – Folk Grant
{skin}d.e.e.p and versus 0.002 [gridiron] – $2,500


2013

Kent State University College of the Arts – Interdisciplinary Collaborative grant
s.a.r.a – synesthetic augmented reality application – $6,000


The University of Akron – Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences Seed Money grant
s.a.r.a – synesthetic augmented reality application – $6,000


ingenuity – Ingenuitylabs
s.a.r.a – synesthetic augmented reality application – $6,000


2012

National Endowment for the Arts
s.a.r.a – synesthetic augmented reality application – $20,000 – $20,000 in kind


2010-2012:
Farris Family Grant – OSLOOM | Open Source Loom – $18,000


2010

Collider Classroom Endowment Grant – $5,000


Personal Travel grants

Myers School of Art – Travel grant $850 for South Eastern College Art Conference -2016

Myers School of Art Travel grant $1000 for Southeastern College Art Conference- 2014

Myers School of Art Travel grant $1250 for Shapeshifting Auckland, New Zealand – 2014

Myers School of Art Travel grant $750 for Computer of History Arts Conference London, UK – 2013

Myers School of Art Travel grant $1000 for BIFT/ITAA, Beijing, China – 2012


  • 18 Grants Funded

  • 9 project grants

  • 1 visiting artist grant

  • 5 personal travel grants

  • 1 international student travel grant

  • Total of $137,000 plus $20,000 in-kind (NEA)