Experience this monumental and deeply-realized artistic encounter of dance, light, sound, and architecture on a scale not seen since its premiere 30 years ago. Funded by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, FringeArts presents a re-imagined production of Available Light—a multidisciplinary work by choreographer Lucinda Childs, architect Frank Gehry, and composer John Adams—as part of the 2015 Fringe Festival.
September 10, 8 p.m.
September 11, 8 p.m.
September 12, 8 p.m.
Learn more about choreographer Lucinda Childs and explore her archive of scores and drawings through our multimedia web publication A Steady Pulse: Restaging Lucinda Childs, 1963–78.
The Institute of Contemporary Art presents a closing party for its multidisciplinary project Endless Shout featuring a performance by the musical group Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society.
The Clay Studio developed a three-year strategic plan at a critical moment in its history, six years before the organization must relocate and leave its current facility.
Wendy Perron is a writer, dancer, choreographer, and editor-at-large of Dance Magazine. Perron is a former member of the Trisha Brown Company.
Over its 18-year history, Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) Lively Arts Series has engaged local and national artists to share their work with the college and surrounding Blue Bell community.
Ain Gordon is a three-time Obie Award-winning writer, director, and actor. From 2011–13, he served as the Center’s Visiting Artist.
InterAct Theatre Company is committed to producing socially and politically relevant work for theater.
A number of Center-funded projects are New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer fall arts picks.
Founded in 2013 by Michał Zadara, Centrala is a theater company based in Warsaw, Poland.
Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble released a video trailer for its Center-funded performance, Steppes: A Crossover, featuring the premiere of a piece by Mark Morris.
Buff Kavelman founded the Kavelman Group Philanthropic Advisors in 1997 to serve individual donors, foundations, and organizations in strategic planning, board development, philanthropic initiatives, and external affairs.
Bissell, the Center’s Performance director, and Adair, director of Exhibitions & Public Interpretation, discuss the origins and learnings of a Center interdisciplinary research project between dancers and historians that explored alternative ways of interpreting historic sites. Participants in the project reflect on its outcomes and implications.
A classical music composer and pianist, Michael Djupstrom (Pew Fellow, 2014) seeks to connect with audiences by bridging traditional and contemporary styles of musical expression.