Collaborators

Pulitzer Arts Foundation collaborates with individuals and institutions committed to ambitious, risk-taking creative projects that cannot be accomplished anywhere else. Our collaborators are diverse in method and message, but they share a common goal: the exchange of ideas as a transformative and generative act. Through these collaborations, the Pulitzer creates a space for exhibitions, programs, and other endeavors that both activate our building and encourage our audience to think differently about art, architecture, and design in the world around them.

Bhanu Kapil

Poet-in-Residence
Kapil, Bhanu

raumlaborberlin

Architecture Collective
raumlaborberlin

John Lucas

Filmmaker
Lucas, John

Claudia Rankine

Poet
Rankine, Claudia

St. Louis Symphony

Orchestra
St. Louis Symphony

Better Family Life

Youth Organization
Better Family Life

Rampant Interactive

Game Developers
Rampant Interactive

Kristina Van Dyke

Curator
Van Dyke, Kristina

Frederic Cloth

Computer Scientist
Cloth, Frederic

Rob Santos

Game Developer
Santos, Rob

Phil Hayes

Musician
Hayes, Phil

New Music Circle

Music Organization
New Music Circle

Grand Center Arts Academy

Public Charter School
Grand Center Arts Academy

Cole Swensen

Poet
Swensen Cole

fort gondo compound for the arts

Arts Forum
fort gondo compound for the arts

Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design

Arts Center
Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design

Chris Kallmyer

Artist
Kallmyer, Chris

Richard Shiff

Art Historian
Shiff, Richard

Chamber Project St. Louis

Musicians
Chamber Project St. Louis

KDHX

Independent Media
KDHX

Angela Malchionno

Artist
Malchionno, Angela

18&Counting

DJ
18&Counting

Urban Breath Yoga

Yoga Studio
Urban Breath Yoga

Circus Flora

Circus
Circus Flora

Dosa (Christina Kim)

Designer
Dosa

David Lang

Composer
Lang, David

Carmen Giménez

Curator
Giménez, Carmen

Tadao Ando

Architect
Ando Tadao

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University

Higher Education
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University

Ballroom Marfa

Contemporary Arts Space
Ballroom Marfa

Open Grant Applications

In order to engage creative communities in St. Louis and across the country, Pulitzer Arts Foundation periodically invites proposals to realize projects that are relevant both within and beyond the traditional scope of an arts institution.

There are no open invitations for proposals at this time. Please continue to check the website for updates about future programs and calls. To see a sample of grant-supported projects, please visit the program pages for PXSTL and Marfa Dialogues / St. Louis.