Residencies and Awards
Residencies and Awards


–Schaufler Lab fellowship at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany (2021)
A six-month residency at Technische Universität Dresden as the second fellowship recipient in the Schaufler Lab@TU Dresden’s artist-in-residence program. Together with early-career researchers at the Schaufler Kolleg@TU Dresden and through exchange with various university faculties, Ginzburg will explore the lab’s first main research topic 'Artificial intelligence as a factor and consequence of societal and cultural change'.

–Gushul Residency, Southern Alberta, Canada, (2016)
The Gushul Studio and Cottage, situated in the town of Blairmore, Alberta, Canada, opened in 1988 as a site for creative residencies for professional artists and writers. Owned by the University of Lethbridge and managed by the Gushul Residency Program Committee, this facility has hosted over 200 artists, scholars and other professionals, and has offered inspiration and sanctuary for the production of their work.

–Asylum Arts, Garrison, New York, (2013)
Asylum Arts supports contemporary Jewish culture on an international scale, bringing greater exposure to artists and cultural initiatives and providing opportunities for new projects and collaborations.

–Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, Colorado Springs, CO, USA (1992)

–California State Summer School for the Arts, Mills College, USA (1992)

Awards and Grants
Nomination to Prix Pictet, (2015)
Houston Art Alliance, TX, USA (2014)
Texas Commission of the Arts, TX, USA (2014)
Grant and Scholarship, Bard College, New York (2013–2015)
Flo Art Fund, London, UK (2011)
Artpace, San Antonio, USA (organizational support for Venice Biennial) (2011)
KK Projects | Life is Art Foundation, New Orleans, USA(2008)
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, USA (2008)
Institute for Cultural Enterprise NY, USA (2007)
Joan Mitchell Foundation, USA (2007)
Trust for Mutual Understanding, USA (2005)