Fiscal Sponsorships

Experimental Television Center offers fiscal sponsorship for projects in the electronic and film arts, with an emphasis on moving-image art and experimental media. Completed projects have received worldwide exhibition and distribution, and have been supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the NYS Council on the Arts, the Rockefeller Foundation, ITVS, Astraea Foundation, Soros Documentary Fund, Chase Manhattan, Creative Capital, The Wexner Center, Funding Exchange, New York Foundation for the Arts, The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, the Jerome Foundation, the Henry John Simonds Foundation, and many others.

Past participants include Irit Batsry, winner of the prestigious Bucksbaum Award for Neither There Nor Here; Alan Berliner for The Sweetest Sound; Abigail Child for By Desire; Norman Cowie for The Dimension in Which It Reigns Supreme; Ariana Gerstein for Milk; Jacqueline Goss for Kishlak Dwellers; Slawomir Grunberg for the Emmy-award winning documentary School Prayer: A Community Divided; Barbara Hammer for Culture DoctorThe Female Closet, and her new work Lover/Other; Ken Jacobs for NY Ghetto Fishmarket, 1903; Jeffrey Lerer for Manuscript Fragments Found at the Gilbert Hotel; Kristin Lucas for Supervision; Jenny Perlin for Perseverance and How to Develop It, Caspar Stracke for Cinemacity, Erika Yeomans for Pose Down, and Robin Cantrell and Alexis Gideon for FLATLAND No. 1.