NEH banner

Funded Projects Query Form
4 matches

Key words: teenie (ANY of these words -- matching substrings)
Sort order: Award year, descending

Save this query
Create a new query
Export results to Excel

Carnegie Institute (Pittsburgh, PA 15213)
Louise Lippincott (Project Director, 05/09/2012 - present)
CH-51048-13
The Charles Harris Archivist Endowment

Endowment for a key humanities position to oversee the archive of African American photographer Charles "Teenie" Harris (1908-1998).

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Challenge Grants
Division: Challenge Grants
Total amount offered: $300,000
Grant period: 12/1/2011 – 7/31/2017

Carnegie Institute (Pittsburgh, PA 15213)
Louise Lippincott (Project Director, 08/24/2010 - present)
GI-50303-11
Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story

Implementation of a multimedia traveling exhibition examining the work of African American photographer Teenie Harris of Pittsburgh.

[Grant products]
Project fields: Art History and Criticism
Program: Museums, Libraries, and Cultural Organizations Implementation
Division: Public Programs
Total amounts: $250,000 (approved); $250,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 4/1/2011 – 5/31/2013

Carnegie Institute (Pittsburgh, PA 15213)
Louise Lippincott (Project Director, 07/27/2006 - present)
PC-50099-07
Preserving the Charles "Teenie" Harris African American Image Collection, Phase II

The cataloging, conservation, creation of finding aids, and mounting on the Internet of 26,963 images that document African American history and culture in Pittsburgh from 1935 to 1975.

In 2001, Carnegie Museum of Art (CMA) purchased the collection of negatives of African American photojournalist Charles "Teenie" Harris. In a 40-year career, Harris produced over 80,000 images that documented daily life in the Black communities of Pittsburgh from 1935 to 1975. Recognizing the potential of the Harris archive to significantly expand understanding about the urban African American experience, CMA made a commitment to preserve, research, and make accessible the images and the stories they tell. In 2005, the museum received an NEH grant of $340,000 for Phase I of the Teenie Harris Archive Project. With Phase I set to achieve its objectives by April 2007-and with mounting interest in and use of the Harris images-CMA is requesting a new grant to support Phase II of the Teenie Harris Archive Project to conserve, catalog, scan, and archivally store additional negatives and to scan these negatives for distribution on CMA's web site.

Project fields: U.S. History
Program: Grants to Preserve & Create Access to Humanities Collections
Division: Preservation and Access
Total amounts: $348,885 (approved); $348,885 (awarded)
Grant period: 5/1/2007 – 10/31/2009

Carnegie Institute (Pittsburgh, PA 15213)
Louise Lippincott (Project Director, 07/27/2004 - present)
PA-51335-05
Preserving the Charles "Teenie" Harris African-American Image Collection

The arrangement and description of and minor repairs to 26,400 photographic negatives documenting African-American history and culture in Pittsburgh from 1935 through 1975. An Internet-accessible catalog and finding aids will be created and 28,000 digitized positive images will also be mounted on the Internet.

Project fields: Archival Management and Conservation
Program: Preservation/Access Projects
Division: Preservation and Access
Total amounts: $340,000 (approved); $340,000 (awarded)
Grant period: 5/1/2005 – 8/31/2007

Create a new query