Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion will have spent the week with 35 Philadelphia-based artists, curators, and writers in an intensive workshop on process. This last day of the session will open a window into their work and process, allowing for time to talk formally and informally about how we build performances.
Supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Anna Drozdowski, a curator of performance, hosts European duo Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion for a two-week retrospective of their collaborative career. Describing what they do as “handmade and human-scale,” the two have built a body of duets which juxtapose the formality of music composition with a radical and open approach to performance, composition and audience.
This session is open to those that are curious, independent of background, training or ability.
Free with RSVP.
What inspires our imaginations and catalyzes our creativity? As we bid farewell to 2014, we asked members of our cultural community to share something that inspired them this year.
The Wilma Theater developed a new play with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel and a full company of actors, charting a Marine’s complicated return home from war.
Alex Kanevsky is a painter and a 1997 Pew Fellow.
As a presenting arts organization, the Painted Bride offers a wide range of work in music, dance, spoken word, and theater.
Becky Birtha is a writer and a 1993 Pew Fellow.
Throughout Dancing around the Bride’s run at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, the exhibition received media attention from a number of publications.
A workshop and small grant opportunity, No Idea Is Too Ridiculous allows Center constituents to explore creativity and risk-taking.
Hip-hop artists and scholars will explore and unpack the experience of racism through music and lyrics.
Marc Brodzik (Pew Fellow, 2009) is a visual artist and documentary filmmaker interested in filming portraits of the common man.
An outgrowth of the anti-graffiti network, Mural Arts Philadelphia has produced over 3,600 murals since 1984, making it the largest public art program in the United States and earning Philadelphia the nickname “City of Murals.”
Painted Bride Art Center presented a theater piece compiled from the known works, unperformed stories, and unpublished diaries of the late legendary monologist.
The second article in the American Impresario series features Harrington, founder and artistic director of the Kronos Quartet. Through almost four decades of work, Harrington has had a major impact on contemporary music.