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2018 Tauck Ritzau Residency at ISCP

Brooklyn, New York—For the second year in a row, Tauck Ritzau Innovative Philanthropy (TRIP) is underwriting the Tauck Ritzau Residency for artists from Africa, which runs this year from June 1, 2018 through August 31, 2018, at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP). Nigerian artist Modupeola Fadugba (b. 1985), whose elegant and socially concerned […]

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Conserving and Revitalizing Craft and Knowledge in Papua New Guinea: An interview with Professor of Anthropology Dr. Paige West

This is the first in a series of interviews TRIP will feature with grantees to bring attention to issues and remarkable innovators in global culture. TRIP spearheaded the development of The Colleen Ritzau Leth ’08 Family Fund for International Research to provide ongoing support to Barnard College faculty conducting research that promotes mutual understanding between diverse […]

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2016 – A Year of Innovative Projects at TRIP

Dear Friends and Partners— Culture Matters! We are delighted to share a brief overview of 2016’s new TRIP projects and grants. Highlights include thought leadership gatherings, exhibitions and events at local cultural organizations including the Queens Museum, The Trust For Public Land and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, as well as National Park Centennial projects, […]

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Seeing the Past as Present: Why Museums Matter

Cambridge – Colleen Ritzau Leth, Vice President of TRIP and an MBA student at the University of Oxford, was recently invited to deliver a TEDtalk at TEDxOxbridge, an annual TEDx event co-hosted by the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. This year’s event included speakers from across the business, academic and social sectors. Colleen is a specialist in museum […]

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TRIP Supports Landmark Exhibition at The Met

We are delighted to provide support for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s landmark Jerusalem 1000–1400: Every People Under Heaven opening September 20, 2016. This is the first major exhibition to unravel the various cultural traditions and aesthetic strands that enriched and enlivened the medieval city during the most creative moment in the most complex city […]

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