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When you make a tax-deductible donation of $50 or more, you help support a vibrant community of innovative artists. You’ll also receive a host of great benefits lasting for one year from the date of your donation.

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Matthew Walker, Development Director: matthew@issueprojectroom.org, 718-330-0313 #5


General Operating Support

Provide vital funding for our continued operations and expanded programming. In appreciation of your support, you will be listed at your level of giving on our website and selected print materials.

 

Capital Support

Support important renovations to our new 20-year home at the 5,000 sq. ft. theater at 110 Livingston in downtown Brooklyn.

 

Corporate Matching Gifts

Many employers provide matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. Ask your employer to match your gift.

 

In-kind Donations

In-kind donations are non-cash gifts of materials, services or long-lived assets that support and serve ISSUE Project Room's mission. Such gifts may include: equipment, software, printed materials, or services such as printing, consulting, etc. Gifts-in-kind are a valued way of supporting our organization and are tax deductible according to IRS regulations.

 

Planned Giving

Planned Giving is a valuable opportunity to provide important support to ISSUE Project Room, now and in the future, and enjoy important reductions in current personal income taxes and estate taxes, while maintaining or even increasing income from the donated assets. Your support will help us to continue important experimental works for years to come. If you have already included ISSUE Project Room in your estate plans, please let us know by calling or emailing us. We would like to assist you in making certain your intentions are carried out. Consider some of the following ways to support the future of experimental work:

Wills and Bequests
Gifts of Appreciated Stock
Charitable Gift Annuities
Gifts of Retirement Assets
Charitable Lead Trusts
Gifts of Life Insurance
Gifts of Real Estate

 

Supporters

ISSUE gratefully acknowledges current and past support from the following organizations:

  • Aaron Copland Fund for Music
  • American Scandinavian Foundation
  • Annenberg Foundation
  • Arnow Family Fund
  • ARUP
  • Asian Cultural Council
  • BAI Group, Inc.
  • Barbara Lee Family Foundation
  • Brooklyn Arts Council
  • Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz
  • The Casement Fund
  • CHORA, A Project of the Metabolic Studio
  • Dedalus Foundation
  • The Edwards Foundation Arts Fund
  • Experimental Television Center
  • Foundation for Contemporary Arts
  • Four Star Air Conditioning
  • The Golden Rule Foundation
  • Greenwall Foundation
  • HBO
  • Independence Community Foundation
  • Japan Foundation NY
  • James E. Robison Foundation
  • Jerome Foundation
  • Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust
  • Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
  • mediaThe foundation, inc.
  • Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
  • The National Endowment for the Arts
  • The Netherland America Foundation
  • Netherlands Cultural Services
  • New Music USA's Cary New Music Performance Fund
  • New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
  • New York City Council
  • New York City Council Member Stephen Levin
  • New York City Council Member Dominic Recchia, Jr.
  • New York State Council on the Arts
  • NV/da, LLC
  • Robert D. Bielecki Foundation, Inc.
  • Two Trees Management Co., LLC

Solo sets by both artists accompany a new interpretation of John Cage's "Williams Mix" (1952) by Werner Dafeldecker and Valerio Tricoli, approaching the score from a contemporary perspective. In the context of digital audio and live instrumental performance, the work draws on a library of over 2000 pre-recorded sounds.

Clarinetist Carol Robinson and trumpeter Nate Wooley give American and World Premieres of new works by iconoclastic French composers Denis Dufour and Eliane Radigue. Radigue's "Occam" pieces are part of a substantial set of new works composed with a small group of the world’s finest contemporary musical voices.

Electronics manipulator Tim Goss, formerly of the Shadow Ring, appears with Call Back the Giants, an inter-generational duo with his daughter, Chloe Mutter. Vanessa Rossetto conjures evocative visual-soundscapes in a duo with guest TBA. Matt Krefting presents his refined, textural soundscapes in a solo performance.