Microgrant Recipients 2022 Cycle 1

Congratulations to the 2022 Cycle 1Microgrant Recipients! The Gobioff Foundation is thrilled to support these fantastic projects!

Chelsea Catherine

Pride Panel

June 16, 2022

Tombolo Books
2153 1st Ave S
Saint Petersburg, FL 33712

The Pride Panel will feature a roundtable discussion led by successful queer writers of color in Pinellas and Hillsborough County.

 

Keisha Browne

Hunger Games Ball

July 23, 2022

Metro Inclusive Health
2105 N Nebraska Ave
Tampa, FL 33602

A traditional showcase and competition that embodies queer, Black, Brown, and Latinx arts through dance, fashion, and culture.

 

Paula Allen

Planet Turtle

Summer 2022 

Kids will be given information on global nesting sites of endangered turtles locally and internationally. Species will be created in drawings and animations.

 

the words breastadvice an uplifting conversation about boobs. The B in Breast is a bra and the other letters are drawn to appear as various fabric patterns

Deborah Bostock-Kelley

Breast Advice

Breast Advice is a play written entirely using true stories. While backstage during a show, the conversation somehow turned to bras and boobs. As a woman with multiple invisible illnesses, the playwright was literally shocked at how many others were together in the crowded dressing room and an extraordinary amount of breast cancer survivors. It was at that moment that Breast Advice was born.

 

Treasure Tampa

Treasure Tampa (T²) facilitates creative placemaking – the utilization of creative talent to elevate a community through cross-sector and community partnerships – in Tampa.  Through education, collaboration, and funding, Treasure Tampa will increase the quantity of placemaking projects within Tampa.  Ultimately projects funded through this initiative will be fun and bring new reasons to why the community treasures Tampa.

Microgrants

The goal of the Gobioff Foundation microgrant program is to enhance the cultural landscape of the Tampa Bay area (Hillsborough and Pinellas counties) through small grants that encourage and make possible publicly accessible art projects and events.