Jenny Sabin's "Greenhouse" during construction. Photo by Brent Wahl.
Fellow activity is percolating as the cultural season threatens a deluge of art and culture—just like the recent hurricane and heavy rains here in Philadelphia, but way more fun. Jenny Sabin's futuristic greenhouse structure opens tomorrow night, Pig Iron and New Paradise Laboratories are getting attention for their pieces which are open at the Live Arts/Philly Fringe festival, and more...
JENNY SABIN’S GREENHOUSE OPENS TOMORROW
2010 Pew Fellow, designer/architect Jenny Sabin has created a futuristic greenhouse for the 21st century. Visit the structure tomorrow (Friday) evening during the Grand Opening Reception for The Greenhouse Projects, a series of five distinct, but inter-related large-scale programs at the American Philosophical Society. The Greenhouse Projects are funded by PCAH’s Heritage Philadelphia Program. Event details >
SELECTED LIVE ARTS/FRINGE COVERAGE
Many PCAH grantees are involved in The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe, two interlinked festivals that support local and visiting performing artists. Below see items relating to some recent media coverage of works Pew Fellows that are part of the offerings. You can also find more interviews on the Center Blog.