The concluding performance of Jamillah James’ AUX Curatorial Fellowship includes new dance performances by New York-based choreographer and dancer niv Acosta, and Philadelphia-based choreographer, dancer, and 2012 Pew Fellow Jumatatu Poe. Both artists use movement to both deconstruct and re-articulate modes of embodiment, representation, and identification.
Jamillah James is a New York-based curator who succeeds Marissa Perel, AUX’s fall 2013 Curatorial Fellow. Over the course of two weekends in May, and two in June, James will present a series of performances and events, in conjunction with her fellowship.
The AUX Curatorial Fellowships have been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
Peter Rose is a multimedia artist and a 1997 Pew Fellow.
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center presents a community exhibition comprised of crowd-sourced photographs from residents of Philadelphia’s South Kensington neighborhood.
Kimmel Center, Inc. collaborated with Philadelphia-based cabaret group the Bearded Ladies on a show about the Civil War that reexamined issues of race.
Barkley L. Hendricks (b. 1945 in Philadelphia) is a figurative painter and photographer best known for his life-sized portraits of people of color from the urban northeast.
Cathy Stanton is a Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at Tufts University and an active public historian. She served as a 2015 LOI panelist in Exhibitions & Public Interpretation.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art presented the first full-scale exhibition of the artist’s work in more than 30 years.
Joy Bivins is director of curatorial affairs at the Chicago History Museum.
On March 23, 2012, The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage hosted Alan Brown of WolfBrown, and Brad Erickson and Clayton Lord of Theatre Bay Area, for an event that presented an important national study on the “intrinsic impact” and value of the arts.
Philadelphia’s Clay Studio is a center for local, national, and international ceramic arts communities.
Structural preservation of the Pearl S. Buck House, a National Historic Landmark.
The Quay Brothers’ Through the Weeping Glass received media mentions from the New York Times and NPR’s All Things Considered.
Richard Torchia is a visual artist and a 1994 Pew Fellow, and the director of the Arcadia University Art Gallery.