Grant products: Buildings (15)
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ARIT Ankara Toni M. Cross Library
Grant details: CH-50528-08
Name: ARIT Ankara Toni M. Cross Library
Abstract: This includes the relocation of the Ankara library to new facilities that were especially renovated to meet the needs of the library and the newly acquired Mellink collection.
Director: ARIT Ankara Director, Dr. Bahadir Yildirm, 2002-2009
Year: 2007
Address: American Research Institute in Turkey, Ankara Temsilcilik Sehit Ersan 24/9 Cankaya Ankara Turkey


Offsite Storage Building
Grant details: PA-51618-06
Name: Offsite Storage Building
Abstract: Climate-controlled collections storage building the Museum of Anthropology shares with the Library, Archaeology Labs, and University Art Collection.
Director: Stephen Whittington
Year: 2010
Address: Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC


Lakeport Plantation [show prizes]
Grant details: CH-50229-05
Name: Lakeport Plantation
Name: Lakeport Plantation Home
Abstract: The antebellum Lakeport Plantation, built ca. 1859, is the last remaining Arkansas plantation home on the Mississippi River and still retains many of its original finishes. The renovated home tells the stories of the people who lived and worked on the plantation, including the Johnson family, the African Americans who first worked the plantation as enslaved laborers and then as sharecroppers, the craftsmen who built the home and provided its original finishes, and the modern preservation techniques used in its restoration.
Abstract: The antebellum Lakeport Plantation, built ca. 1859, is the last remaining Arkansas plantation home on the Mississippi River and still retains many of its original finishes. It tells the stories of the people who lived and worked on the plantation, including the Johnson family, the African Americans who first worked the plantation as enslaved laborers and then as sharecroppers, the craftsmen who built the home and provided its original finishes, and the modern preservation techniques used in its restoration.
Director: Dr. Ruth A. Hawkins
Year: 2007
Address: 601 Highway 142 Lake Village, AR 71653
Primary URL: http://lakeport.astate.edu
Primary URL Description: Lakeport Plantation web site
Secondary URL: http://arkansasheritagesites.astate.edu/AHS
Secondary URL Description: Web Site for the Arkansas Heritage Sites program at Arkansas State University, which includes the Lakeport Plantation and other sites.


Southern Tenant Farmers Museum [show prizes]
Grant details: CH-50229-05
Name: Southern Tenant Farmers Museum
Abstract: The building that once served as the headquarters for the Southern Tenant Farmers Union has been renovated to tell the story of this nationally significant union, established in 1934 to assist sharecroppers and tenant farmers in fighting abusive practices of landowners in carrying out the provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933. It was the first agricultural union to include both black and white farmers in the same organization.
Director: Dr. Ruth Hawkins
Year: 2006
Address: 117 Main Street Tyronza, Arkansas 72386
Primary URL: http://stfm.astate.edu
Primary URL Description: Web Page for the Southern Tenant Farmers Museum
Secondary URL: http://arkansasheritagesites.astate.edu/AHS
Secondary URL Description: Arkansas Heritage Sites Web Page at Arkansas State University, which includes the Southern Tenant Farmers Museum and other heritage sites owned by the university.


UW-Madison University Club, 4th floor
Grant details: CH-50975-13
Name: UW-Madison University Club, 4th floor
Abstract: Thanks to the NEH Challenge grant, the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies was able to renovate and refurbish the fourth floor of the University Club building on the UW-Madison campus. The grant allowed us to create additional and improved space for the Institute's Library and Archives. Our patrons now have better access to the Institute's resources, and we are able to show exhibits on our own premises that are open to the public.
Director: Cora Lee Kluge
Director: Mark Louden
Year: 2014
Address: University Club University of Wisconsin-Madison 432 East Campus Mall Madison, WI 53706
Primary URL: http://mki.wisc.edu
Primary URL Description: Max Kade Institute URL


Providence Public Library
Grant details: CHA-261915-19
Name: Providence Public Library
Abstract: Our NEH Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant supported critical capital improvements to Providence Public Library’s (PPL) Special Collections Department, including a holistic facilities renovation resulting in our Special Collections being housed in a more user friendly, inviting, easily monitored, and climate controlled space. Our NEH grant has helped ensure that these invaluable humanities resources are properly preserved and openly accessible to the public and researchers for decades to come. The specific scope of work to achieve these goals included significant expansions to our Special Collections storage, research, and gallery space, as well as HVAC and climate control upgrades to ensure the continued integrity of these priceless materials.
Director: H. Jack Martin
Year: 2020
Address: 150 Empire St. Providence, RI 02903
Primary URL: https://www.provlib.org/research-collections/special-collections/
Primary URL Description: PPL's Special Collections Department
Secondary URL: https://www.provlib.org/programs-exhibitions/exhibitions/
Secondary URL Description: The King Is Dead* virtual exhibition, housed in our newly renovated gallery space which was directly supported by NEH Infrastructure and Capacity Building funding.


NN Cannery History Project
Grant details: ZR-256751-18
Name: NN Cannery History Project
Abstract: Received from the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation's award for excellence in historic preservation for sharing the history with the larger public and being a good steward of the NN Cannery, one Alaska's top ten most endangered historic properties.
Director: Katherine Ringsmuth
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://alaskapreservation.org/


Reno expansion designs and renderings by architect Will Bruder
Grant details: CHA-264409-19
Name: Reno expansion designs and renderings by architect Will Bruder
Abstract: These designs and renderings were developed by architect Will Bruder in late 2019. These represent the current vision for the Nevada Museum of Art expansion project, including an expanded campus; new Center for Art + Environment archive, library, and research center; increased educational space for school groups; greatly expanded gallery spaces; and new collection storage space. These designs and renderings allow us to move forward with project fundraising and provide a practical guide for the work to be completed.
Director: Ann Wolfe, Project Director
Year: 2019


Miller Living Room
Grant details: CH-51264-15
Name: Miller Living Room
Abstract: Miller Living Room: 1,500 sq. ft. multi-use performance/demonstration venue with built-in stadium seating and movable seating accommodating up to 150 people. Each day, demonstrations and performances of varied Japanese cultural practices and performing and visual arts attract audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
Year: 2017
Address: 611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Primary URL: https://japanesegarden.org/administrative/miller-living-room/


Tateuchi Courtyard
Grant details: CH-51264-15
Name: Tateuchi Courtyard
Abstract: Tateuchi Courtyard: 3,000 sq. ft. central courtyard is pedestrian-only and fully ADA accessible. Surrounded by the other humanities program venues, this space is used for outdoor performances, lectures and demonstrations for audiences up to 800 people.
Year: 2017
Address: 611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Primary URL: https://japanesegarden.org/cultural-village/


Yanai Classroom
Grant details: CH-51264-15
Name: Yanai Classroom
Abstract: Yanai Classroom: 1,300 sq. ft. classroom with attached kitchen and kimono robing room (required for tea ceremony) and modern AV equipment serves as the primary space for classes, “dry” workshops, and lectures. This space accommodates classes up to 45 students and lectures up to 80 people.
Year: 2017
Address: 611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Primary URL: https://japanesegarden.org/administrative/yanai-classroom/


Lemelson Garden Studio
Grant details: CH-51264-15
Name: Lemelson Garden Studio
Abstract: Lemelson Garden Studio: 700 sq. ft. classroom appropriate for wet or dry activities accommodates up to 20 students is used for hands-on workshops in Japanese crafts and garden practices such as book-binding, indigo dying, bonsai, maple and pine pruning, bamboo fence-building, and nobedan stonepaving.
Year: 2017
Address: 611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, OR 97205


Cornelius Public Library
Grant details: CH-233599-16
Name: Cornelius Public Library
Abstract: The building was opened in 2019 as a multi-use space housing the Cornelius Public Library and YMCA center on the first floor and affordable senior housing on the second and third floors. This NEH grant supported the construction of the first floor to expand the library's capacity, both in terms of collection space and programming.
Director: Karen Hill
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.wccls.org/libraries/cornelius
Primary URL Description: This page on the Washington County Cooperative Library Services website offers information on the Cornelius Public Library and their offerings.


Museum of Idaho Expansion
Grant details: CH-233768-16
Name: Museum of Idaho Expansion
Abstract: The Museum of Idaho underwent a significant expansion from December 2017 to August 2019 and opened in September 2019.
Director: Karen Baker
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://museumofidaho.org/expansion/
Primary URL Description: This is the page on the Museum of Idaho website that talks about both phases of their expansion.


Rogers Historical Museum Expansion
Grant details: CH-50816-11
Name: Rogers Historical Museum Expansion
Abstract: This grant supported the expansion of the Rogers Historical Museum through the renovation of two nearby buildings, the historic Hailey Ford building and the former Masonic Lodge in downtown Rogers.
Director: John Burroughs
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://www.rogershistoricalmuseum.org/campus.html
Primary URL Description: This link offers a description of their campus expansion across four buildings.
Secondary URL: http://www.rogershistoricalmuseum.org/reopening.html
Secondary URL Description: This link offers information on their expansion and their reopening on December 13, 2018.


Hartford Public Library/Art & Bonna Community Center
Grant details: CHA-264398-19
Name: Hartford Public Library/Art & Bonna Community Center
Abstract: Our community relies on the Hartford Public Library not just for books and materials. It has become the primary place for all information from local services to state services to worldwide questions. Our 2,300 sq.ft. of space cannot service the increasing requirements from our community. Our programs are only in the summer, because the only space available is outdoors. This severely limits the type of humanities programming that we are able to offer. Our community has 17.1% of its residents below poverty level and children under 18 years of age at 30% below poverty level. We have a somewhat diverse population with 26% Hispanic. There also is an increasing population of Native Americans from the Pokagon band of Potawatomi Indians. Our school system has 49% Hispanic/Latino children attending. We have a great need to offer English as a second language classes and the Pokagon Language class, but it is not possible at the present facility. We have no place for quiet reading, no area for author visits and no proper facilities for student tutoring. We have no area for displaying art exhibits. These are just some of the valuable programs needed in our community; let's talk about books, Family Health and Safety Fair, Latino Americans 500 years, Create a vision board, financial literacy, brain stem camp, creative engagement with youth, Great Stories club and Makerspace Lab. We also wanted to apply for the Michigan Humanities Council Arts and Touring Grant, but our facility has no area to accommodate the programs. All of these programs are important for educational and lifelong learning in our community. We can accomplish the above and much more with a new larger facility. Humanities have an essential role to play in helping us engage with each other.
Director: Stephanie Daniels
Year: 2019
Address: Hartford Public Library 12 Church Street PO Box 8 Hartford, MI 49057
Primary URL: http://www.hartfordpl.michlibrary.org
Primary URL Description: Website for the Hartford Public Library with links to our programs, calendar and digital programs, local historic newspaper and other services the library provides.


Nick Potts
Grant details: CHA-268859-21
Name: Nick Potts
Abstract: Attached is the project plan, adopted by the Pueblo City-County Library District, as the renovation plan for the Rawlings Library.
Director: Jon Walker
Year: 2021
Address: 100 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, CO 81005
Primary URL: https://www.pueblolibrary.org/sites/default/files/pdf/boardpackets/2021-06-15_rawlings_library_reno.pdf
Primary URL Description: Linked above is the project plan, adopted by the Pueblo City-County Library District, as the renovation plan for the Rawlings Library.