Dancing Diplomats follows choreographer Taras Lewyckyj’s work with Ukrainian artist Anatoly Kryvochyzha, whose choreography was blacklisted by the USSR in 1977. The exploration of Kryvochyzha’s work occurs in the midst of escalating tensions in Ukraine.
In 2012, Lewyckyj received Center support to recover, restage, and document Kryvochyzha’s lost works. Working with videographer Henry Nevison, Lewyckyj made a film of the recovered work, which includes the history of Kryvochyzha’s experiences with censorship and political exile. Nevison and Lewyckyj welcome the public to attend a public screening and to offer feedback.
Levy’s performance practice and compositions bridge modern classical music with rhythmic and improvisatory aspects of jazz, guided by his dedication to exploring the saxophone’s genre-defying capabilities.
In addition to company productions, Group Motion hosts regular improvisational movement workshops, which allow the public to employ dance as a language of expression.
The Philadelphia Flamenco Festival offers a free master class with flamenco master Pastora Galván.
Paula Marincola was named the first executive director of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage in June 2008. She leads the organization in developing and implementing its strategic agenda as both grantmaker and hub for knowledge-sharing.
David Herskovits is the founder and artistic director of Target Margin Theater.
Roko Kawai is a dance artist and a 2003 Pew Fellow.
Network for New Music commissioned six new works for the Network Ensemble that paired composers with visual artists.
Vogel’s world premiere play delved into prevalent issues of post-traumatic stress disorder and sexual assault in the military, and was the final act of a bold experiment in theater-making as a collaborative journey.
Jonah Bokaer is a choreographer, media artist, artist space developer, and social entrepreneur whose work integrates choreography with digital media.
The Association for Public Art (formerly the Fairmount Park Art Association) is the nation’s first private, nonprofit organization dedicated to integrating public art and urban planning.
Pig Iron Theatre Company’s Twelfth Night, at the Abrons Art Center through February 23, has received a glowing review from the New York Times.
This documentary film project, produced in collaboration with WHYY and Equality Forum, will illuminate the 50-year history and progress of the LGBTQ civil rights movement by highlighting the powerful experiences of Gay Rights movement pioneers and documenting a planned reenactment of the 1965–69 peaceful demonstrations at Independence Hall.