Grantee Spotlight

Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture’s Hazami Sayed on re-interpreting musical traditions for contemporary audiences, raising awareness of Arab arts and culture, and more.

Coming Soon

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Strange Currencies, The Galleries at Moore host a conversation between Mexico City-based artist and activist Minerva Cuevas and Creative Time Chief Curator Nato Thompson about the effects of socially engaged art practices.

On View Now

Temple Contemporary commissioned 2006 Pew Fellow Pepón Osorio to create a new installation that responds to recent Philadelphia school closings.


“As [socially engaged art] becomes a theory…I get concerned about whether we understand the responsibilities that are associated with social practice.” —Germaine Ingram

Questions of Practice

Susan Lankin-Watts talks about her family’s rich musical legacy, the importance of her audience’s support, and more.

The Big Numbers

Number of Grants in the Center’s History

Project & Advancement Grants

Pew Fellowships