The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will open Pop Up Garden: An Exploration of the Philadelphia Rail Park on June 1. The pop up garden will include a series of imaginative installations and creative community interventions by local artists and historians that will introduce audiences to the rich architectural heritage of the three-mile Philadelphia Rail Park. A sound installation created by artist Abby Sohn and archival images provided by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania will engage visitors with the emerging ecology and cultural history of the rail line.
Working with expert advisors from a variety of fields, Wyck developed a plan for inventive future community-focused programming.
Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism, which opens on March 1 at the Michener Art Museum, is featured in the New York Times.
Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko talks with us about promoting participatory audience engagement and dialogue-based programs in the context of a Native American museum.
Built in 1836, Laurel Hill was one of the country’s first rural cemeteries. In the 21st century, the cemetery attracts visitors to musical programs, tours, photography programs, and more.
Fall begins with a lively schedule of Center-funded projects, including ambitious artistic collaborations, performance premieres, exhibition openings, and experimental installations.
The second in a series of events programmed around the exhibition Barbara Kasten: Stages, the ICA hosts a conversation with former Memphis Group member Peter Shire, and artist and designer Martino Gamper.
Cliveden of the National Trust is an 18th-century historic house and the site of the 1777 Battle of Germantown. A National Historic Landmark, Cliveden was the summer home of prominent colonial attorney Benjamin Chew.
In January 2009, Tanya Bowers came on as the director for diversity at the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Washington, D.C. headquarters.
Ben Marcus is the author of several books of fiction, including Leaving the Sea (Alfred A. Knopf, 2014) and The Flame Alphabet (Alfred A. Knopf, 2012).
The Association for Public Art implemented the installation of individual audio programs for 35 public art pieces in Philadelphia, accessible by cell phone or podcast.
A number of Center grantee and colleagues presented at the 2015 Creative Time Summit.
Karina Muñiz is currently the political director of Mujeres Unidas y Activas, a grassroots organization of Latina immigrant women based in California.