Milagro Latino Artist Fund

Milagro Latino Artist Fund

For the second year in a row, Milagro returns with the Latino Artist Fund, supported by additional contributions! In February of 2022, the Board of Directors approved a resolution to create a special fund to support Oregon Latino artists or groups working on projects in any creative discipline. We can’t wait to see what amazing projects Milagro can support this year!

The Fund will make $500 to $2,000 in project grants to Oregon Latino artists in all creative disciplines. 

2023 Cycle Artists and Projects

Caminos de Crecimiento Journeys of Growth
This Land Is
Music Album
Shan shui: On nature decolonization
Floklorica Dance Performance
Orgullo
Poetry & Photography Book
Nico, la babosa de plátano
Love, Bigfoot
Good 4U
Unconditional Self Love
Portland Latin American Film Festival
The History and Evolution of La Catrina
Changing Perspectives
Peruvian Pride PDX
Dia de los Muertos Loteria Game

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Timeline

Application opens March 1, 2023

Optional informational session through zoom at 1:00 PM on March 6, 2023

Applications will be due April 3, 2023

Notifications will be sent out by April 28, 2023

Brief Update/Report due 60 days after the project end date.

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2022 Cycle Artists and Projects


Alejandro Ceballos
Still Life/Bodegon Series

Beatriz Alcaraz
Worshipping Nature

Bunnie Rivera
This Land Is

Daniel Santollo
Frida y los Axolotl

Hampton Rodriguez
Enjoy and Get To Know
Your Natural Resources

Joeanally Gonzalez
Mujeres Caminando
Hacia el Exito

Karma Rivera
GOOD 4U

Maria Osterroth
XVI PDX Latin
American Film Festival

Neftaly Sumoza
Movimiento color y son

Nirmala Cristal Waterhouse
Nirmalañanduti

Roberta Cumbiancherra
Navidad de Reserva

Romina Del Castillo
A Better World is Possible

SILV
Yo no soy Rafael

Virginia Marting
Native Plants to Our Kitchen