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Artist Residencies Awarded to Pew Fellows Nichole Canuso and Jennifer Kidwell
Being/With
THE PHILADELPHIA MATTER/2020
Dinita Clark
Supper, People on the Move at Drexel University URBN Center Annex
Questions of Practice: Choreographer Nora Chipaumire on a Dancer’s Skin
The School for Temporary Liveness
Modupúe | Ibaye: The Philadelphia Yoruba Performance Project at The Barnes
Ogun & the People: World Premiere
Let ‘im Move You: This is a Formation Tour
Pew Fellow of the Week: An Interview with Choreographer Leah Stein
Questions of Practice: Choreographer Reggie Wilson on the “Cultural Retentions” of Sacred Spaces
Grounds That Shout! (And Others Merely Shaking): Public Conversations
In Motion, In Place: Trisha Brown Dance Company: Performances in Fairmount Park
Maria Hassabi
Questions of Practice: Choreographer Maria Hassabi on Dancing in Museum Spaces
Grounds That Shout! (And Others Merely Shaking): Processional Series
The Sentient Archive and Knowing Dance More
International and US Artist Residencies Awarded to Pew Fellows Ryan Eckes, Leah Stein, and Rea Tajiri
Reggie Wilson: Grounds That Shout! (And Others Merely Shaking)
Kulu Mele: *Wemilere: Parade of the Orishas*
Let ‘im Move You: This is a Formation: Performance
Let ‘im Move You: This is a Formation: Work-In-Progress
Pew Fellows News: Rennie Harris’ New Work for Alvin Ailey Praised, James Ijames and Major Jackson Featured in New York Times, Alex Da Corte Named to “Most Influential Artists of 2018”
Pew Fellows News: James Ijames Wins Kesselring Prize, Susan Lankin-Watts Premieres Soul Songs: Inspiring Women of Klezmer, Alex Da Corte’s Carnegie International Installation Featured in ARTNEWS, and More
Excerpt from The Sentient Archive: Artist Sarah Crowner on Painting and Dancing
Projects on Tour: Center-Supported Works by Ann Hamilton, David Ludwig, Silvana Cardell, and more
Questions of Practice: Choreographer Boris Charmatz on How “The Museum Is The Body” In Dance
Supper, People on the Move: National Tour
Pew Fellows News: Raphael Xavier’s Hip-Hop Practice in Visual Art Exhibition, James Ijames’ ‘Kill Move Paradise’ at The Wilma Theater, and Leah Stein’s Site-Specific Dance at Woodmere Art Museum
Questions of Practice: Choreographer and Dancer taisha paggett on the Relationship Between Art and Politics
On Stage This Fall: Immersive Works from Artist Tania El Khoury, Choreographer Boris Charmatz at the Barnes Foundation, International Contemporary Ensemble at Christ Church and More
Philadelphia Museum of Dance
Philadelphia Museum of Dance: manger Performances
Esailama Diouf-Henry
Edisa Weeks
Pew Fellows News: CAConrad Receives Lambda Literary Award, Leroy Johnson’s Work at the Barnes Foundation, Stacy Levy’s Installation Enlivens the Schuylkill River, and More
Neta Pulvermacher
Leah Stein
Deep Blue Sea
Ogun & the People
In Motion, In Place: Trisha Brown Dance Company in Fairmount Park
The School for Temporary Liveness
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller
Grounds That Shout! (And Others Merely Shaking)
*The Sentient Archive: Bodies, Performance, and Memory*
Center’s Latest Book, The Sentient Archive: Bodies, Performance, and Memory, Now in Print
In Print Soon: The Sentient Archive: Bodies, Performance, and Memory
Center-Funded Projects from Madhusmita Bora, Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, Orchestra 2001, Penn Museum in The New York Times, NPR, Hyperallergic & More
Sam Miller
Pew Fellows News: Jennifer Higdon Awarded Nemmers Prize in Music Composition, King Britt’s Orchestral collaboration, Plays from Jennifer Kidwell and Bruce Graham in the News, and More.
ear-whispered: A Conversation with Artist Tania El Khoury at Twelve Gates Arts
ear-whispered: works by Tania El Khoury: A Conversation with Artist Tania El Khoury at Bryn Mawr College
Pew Fellow of the Week: An Interview with Writer and Cultural Scholar Brenda Dixon Gottschild
Faith Project/The Door Performances
Brindabani Jatra: Weaving Dance and Divinity
Coming in 2018: Center-Funded Projects from Taylor Mac, Nels Cline, Tania El Khoury, Trenton Doyle Hancock, and More
Questions of Practice: Pew Fellow Hellmut Gottschild on a Life of Dance, with Tania Isaac
Faith Project: Open Studios
Pew Fellow of the Week: An Interview with Choreographer Nichole Canuso
Questions of Practice: Ernesto Pujol on Reciprocal Relationships with Communities
Questions of Practice: Choreographer Boris Charmatz on Creating a Museum of Dance
The Quiet Circus: River Charrette 4
The Quiet Circus: Reflection Event 3
The Quiet Circus: Weekly Performances
Questions of Practice: Choreographer and Performer Nora Chipaumire on Connecting with Her Audience
On Stage This Fall: Opera Philadelphia’s First Festival, Premieres from New Paradise Laboratories, Thaddeus Phillips, Tempesta di Mare, and More
2006–07 Choreographers Project
Lavanya: Graceful Expressions of the East
Jerome Robbins’ In the Night
The Breaks
Fail Better
Lie to Me and Shorter Stories
Miller Rothlein
Crossing
Carmina Burana
The Partita Project
Robert Battle Commission
Rennie Harris Performance Retrospective
Cell
Numen
Still Unknown
22nd New Edge Residency
Scenes View 2
Tar
Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Anne d’Harnoncourt Symposium, “Museum as Score”
What if an Art Collection Were Treated Like a Choreographic or Musical Score?
Crimean Tatar Cultural Recovery
Let 'im Move You: This Is a Formation
Faith Project
Philadelphia Museum of Dance
ear-whispered: works by Tania El Khoury
Threads of History: Resurrection of a Textile
Madhusmita Bora
Annie Wilson
Nichole Canuso
Questions of Practice: Choreographer Boris Charmatz on “Re-Enchanting” Public Space Through Dance
The Quiet Circus: River Charrette 3
Questions of Practice: Choreographer and Performer Nora Chipaumire on Art and Advocacy
Nora Chipaumire

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