Created through the Center-funded project Prisons in the Age of Mass Incarceration, Eastern State Penitentiary presents Prisons Today: Questions in the Age of Mass Incarceration, an interactive exhibition that sheds light on the current state of incarceration in America. The exhibition will encourage audience reflection and dialogue around complex issues of crime and justice, while situating Eastern State’s vast history within a contemporary context.
The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education commissions art that more directly fulfills its missions of land preservation, restoration, and education.
James Elaine is an artist and adjunct curator for the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. In 2008, he moved to Beijing, where he is researching China’s emerging culture and art scene.
Argeo Ascani is Curator for Music at EMPAC, the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. In 2015, he served as a Pew Fellowships panelist.
Socially-engaged Asian American artists Dan S. Wang, Rosten Woo, Emily Chow Bluck, and Aletheia Hyun-Jin Shin discuss how their heritage has informed their artistic practices.
Max Apple (Pew Fellow, 2010) has been described as a “writer’s writer,” a dedicated author of short fiction who writes with precision and control.
Relâche is a new music ensemble whose unique sound includes flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, piano, percussion, viola, and bass.
In 1991 the Center awarded grants to four music organizations in the greater Philadelphia region, including Orchestra 2001 and Settlement Music School.
Hipolito “Tito” Rubio is a musician and a 2004 Pew Fellow in folk and traditional arts.
Gray Area will host two community meetings to share ideas about Hawthorne Hall, the neighborhood landmark that straddles Mantua and Powelton Village on Lancaster Avenue.
Robert Asman is a photographer and a 1997 Pew Fellow.
Helen Molesworth, now chief curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, explains what authorship and co-authorship mean to her.
Theater performance artist and Pew Fellow Thaddeus Phillips developed and directed this original full-scale theater work for premiere at the 2011 FringeArts Festival.