Residencies, Awards, Charities
Residencies, Awards, Charities

–KinoSaito Artist-in-Residence (AIR) Fellowship Program, Verplanck, NY (2023)
KinoSaito is a nonprofit interdisciplinary art center established to extend the collaborative and experimental practices of the Japanese American abstract painter and avant-garde theater designer Kikuo Saito (1939–2016). Located in the newly renovated former St. Patrick’s Catholic School in Verplanck, NY, the center, which had been Saito’s studio, houses two large art galleries, a multipurpose theater/dance/performance space, two studios for a rotating roster of resident artists, a classroom for arts education and public programs, a café, and a bountiful garden.

–Catwalk Art Residency, Catskills, NY (2022)

Catwalk Artist Residency was founded to support emerging and established artists working across all media. Catwalk was originally the home of Hudson River School painter Charles Herbert Moore. It sits directly across the river from Olana, home of Frederick Church, and directly north of Cedar Grove, home of Thomas Cole. They and their Hudson River School colleagues laid a foundation that catalyzed the visual arts in 19th-century America and is still intact today.

–Kremer Pigmente, Aichstetten, Germany (2021)

A workshop-residency at Kremer Pigmente factory in Aichstetten,  Germany. Exploration of the materials and techniques at the factory with the guidance of the Kremer team.

–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

Pratt Institute Faculty Awardee,
KinoSaito Artist in Residence (AIR) Fellowship Program in Westchester County, upstate New York (2023)

Schaufler Lab and Technische Universität Dresden (Germany) fellowship
'Artificial intelligence as factor of societal and cultural change' (2021)

'Best Experimental Film' award (Turo) of the

2nd Moscow International Experimental Film Festival (2017)

Nomination to Prix Pictet, (2015)

Exhibition Grants

Houston Art Alliance, TX, USA (2014)

Texas Commission of the Arts, TX, USA (2014)

and Scholarship, Bard College, New York (2013–2015)

Flo Art Fund grant, London, UK (support for Venice Biennial) (2011)

Artpace, San Antonio, USA (organizational support for Venice Biennial) (2011)

KK Projects | Life is Art Foundation, New Orleans, USA (exhibition support) (2008)

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, USA (exhibition support) (2008)

Institute for Cultural Enterprise NY, USA (exhibition support) (2007)

Joan Mitchell Foundation, USA (exhibition support) (2007)

Trust for Mutual Understanding, USA (exhibition support) (2005)

Charity Events

Participated in social initiatives and donated artworks to

–KinoSaito Benefit Art Auction, New York (2023)

–Culture Runners (World Health Organization & Blessed Foundation, UK), Houston, Texas – Fundraising Art Auction (2022)

–ISCP (International Studio & Curatorial Program), New York – Benefit Auction (2021)

–Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Canada) Fundraising Art Auction (2018)

–Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Canada) Fundraising Art Auction (2016)

–Blaffer Art Museum (Houston, TX) Gala Auction (2016)

–Blaffer Art Museum (Houston, TX) Gala Auction (2014)

–Annual Robert Wilson Watermill Benefit, New York, LI (2011)

–GLAAD Art Benefit Auction, New York (2010)