Our Questions of Practice research series includes in-depth publications on issues critical to artistic practice that derive from our experience as cultural grantmakers. Explore our web-based and print publications here.
In Terms of Performance, A Keywords Anthology
The Sentient Archive: Bodies, Performance, and Memory
danceworkbook: A Steady Pulse: Restaging Lucinda Childs, 1963–78
What Makes a Great Exhibition?
Pigeons on the Grass, Alas: Contemporary Curators Talk About the Field
Curating Now: Imaginative Practice/Public Responsibility
Gray Area: Provocations on the Future of Preservation
Letting Go? Sharing Historical Authority in a User-Generated World
danceworkbook: Susan Foster! Susan Foster! Three Performed Lectures
danceworkbook: Belonging and Solo: Roko Kawai
Wendy Perron discusses Trisha Brown's fascination with "wanting to see the body horizontal in space."
J-Sette becomes the focus of the world premiere of jumatatu m. poe’s Let ‘im Move You: This is a Formation at Painted Bride Art Center.
Headlong presents outdoor performances every Saturday at the Washington Avenue Pier along the Delaware River.
The Center's publication, *Letting Go? Sharing Historical Authority in a User-Generated World*, received media attention from a number of publications.
LIVE REMIX is a three-part event guest curated by Tom Sellar, including a discussion with director Ivo van Hove, part of a series of programming related to the Center-funded performance of Ivo van Hove's work After the Rehearsal/Persona.
Philadanco reconstructs Bad Blood, a highly physical and seldom-performed piece by Ulysses Dove.
Choreographer Boris Charmatz on how Musée de la danse is considering what a collection can be in the field of dance.
Media Artist Tayarisha Poe on becoming an artist, what motivates her to tap into her internal youth, and more.
In 2011, the Center convened a round-table discussion with MoMA's Pablo Helguera and the New Museum's Eungie Joo to discuss the evolving state of museum education.
The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center presents an arts carnival including artmaking workshops, carnival rides and games, and performances.
Choreographer and Pew Fellow Tania Isaac (2011) presents an iteration of her Center-funded discovery project open notebook: crazy beautiful.
Elizabeth Smith is the executive director of the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation in New York City.
A weeklong series honored the prolific composer's 75th birthday with concerts, lectures, and workshops.
Sonia Sanchez is an award-winning poet, playwright, professor, activist, and one of the foremost leaders of the Black Studies movement.
Established in 1963, Pennsylvania Ballet has extended its important Balanchine-based repertoire by presenting new works by a variety of contemporary choreographers.
The first major American museum exhibition of the work of this exceptional artist. Jason Rhoades lived and worked in Los Angeles; however his art has been little seen in the United States until now.
Kuetemeyer and Shetty combine new media storytelling and immersive documentary forms with socially engaged art-making practices to explore themes of place, cultural identity, memory, and hidden histories.
A number of Center grantee and colleagues presented at the 2015 Creative Time Summit.
Pablo Colapinto is a media artist and a 2005 Pew Fellow.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage is pleased to share our 2019 grant application guidelines and to announce updates to our grant making.