Kyle “JustSole” Clark presents The Life a Just Sole, an autobiographical dance-theater performance blending street dance techniques with spoken word narration and video. The work explores themes of identity, family, and self-expression, as it introduces audiences to the history of hip-hop culture. A lineup of house dancers, b-boys, and lockers will survey a variety of dance styles through a combination of choreographed segments and improvised dance battles.
Tempesta di Mare presented a concert series of baroque interpretations in collaboration with the Philadelphia Singers.
Maria Bauman is the founder and artistic director of MBDance, which has received Harlem Stage Fund for New Work awards through the Jerome Foundation, among other honors. Bauman served on the Center’s Performance panel in 2014 and 2015.
Nicholas Kripal is a visual artist and a 1999 Pew Fellow.
Founded in 2002 by two composers, Chamber Music Now provided the Philadelphia community with original concert productions.
Since 1993, Headlong Dance Theater has created over 40 works under the leadership of founders David Brick, Andrew Simonet, and Amy Smith.
Known for its high energy performances, Koresh Dance Company was founded in 1991 by Israeli-born choreographer Ronen Koresh.
The Fabric Workshop and Museum received support a two-year artist residency with Sarah Sze—a MacArthur Fellowship recipient known for her dazzlingly intricate, site-specific installations.
Choreographer and Pew Fellow Merián Soto on legacy, her interest in the body and its relationship to consciousness, and more.
Gabrielle Revlock shares a solo version of her recent duet with Nicole Bindler, about two female artists in a spectacle-driven world.
The Kimmel Center, Inc., best known as a presenting organization and home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, and the Pennsylvania Ballet, is one of the most well-attended cultural venues in Philadelphia.
Ralph Lemon, Artistic Director of Cross Performance, is a dancer, choreographer, writer, and visual artist dedicated to cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary work.
Hou Hanru is a Chinese-born art critic and curator, as well as the artistic director of the MAXXI National Museum of the 21st Century Arts in Rome.