01 Apr The Mojave Project awarded a 2015 California Documentary Project production grant

The Mojave Project is one of 15 film, radio, and new media projects that has been awarded a 2015 California Documentary Project (CDP) grant from Cal Humanities. This substantial grant award will allow for continued production funding over the next two years for this transmedia documentary headed by Kim Stringfellow. Additionally, Stringfellow has been awarded a full-year sabbatical during 2015-16 from SDSU where she teaches as an Associate Professor in the School of Art + Art History to continue with research and production of this project.

The California Documentary Project is a competitive grants program of Cal Humanities that has awarded over $4 million since 2003 to projects that enhance our understanding of California, its cultures, peoples, and histories and that explore issues of significance to Californians. Cal Humanities has supported dozens of Sundance, Peabody, Emmy®, and Academy Award®-winning and -nominated documentaries.

Read the Cal Humanities press release announcing the awards and a description of each funded project here: www.calhum.org/news/press-releases/cal-humanities-awards-395000-in-california-documentary-project-grants