1996 Grants

David Appel – New Work Development
Project Grant, $5,000

Arden Theatre Company3rd & Indiana
Project Grant, $50,000

Myra Bazell – High Coup at the Prison Circus
Project Grant, $5,000

Yvonne Bobrowicz – Visual Arts
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Bristol Riverside Theatre – Artists’ Fees and Extended Rehearsal Periods
Project Grant, $50,000

Robert Burden – Collaboration with John Blake
Project Grant, $5,000

Dave Burrell – Music
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Bushfire Theatre – Brandon’s Bounty and Flyin’ West
Project Grant, $25,000

Joseph Cashore – Theater
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Cheltenham Theatre – Laboratory Theater
Project Grant, $25,000

Kent De Spain – New Work by Ralph Lemon
Project Grant, $9,000

Leslie Dworkin – Movement Vocabulary Development
Discovery Grant, $6,000

Freedom Theatre – Cooley High
Project Grant, $75,000

Ed Groff – New Work
Discovery Grant, $5,000

Group Motion Dance CompanyBody
Project Grant, $10,000

Rennie Harris – Dance
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Hedgerow Theatre – Artists’ Residencies
Project Grant, $25,000

Independent Eye – Hammers and the Genesis Ensemble
Project Grant, $25,000

InterAct Theatre Company – Increased Compensation for Artists
Project Grant, $25,000

Karen Bamonte Dance Works – Home
Project Grant, $10,000

Roko Kawai – Project Phase III
Discovery Grant, $5,000

Steven Krieckhaus – New Work
Project Grant, $7,750

Jan Krzywicki – Music
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Melanie Stewart Dance Theatre – Collaboration with Benchtours
Discovery Grant, $12,500

Bruce Metcalf – Visual Arts
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Todd Noe – Visual Arts
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Pennsylvania BalletRodeo
Project Grant, $19,350

Philadelphia Dance Company – Fathers/Daughters
Project Grant, $20,000

Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays – Commissions and Process Development
Project Grant, $25,000

Philadelphia Theatre Company – Technical Director and Increased Rehearsal Time
Project Grant, $50,000

Philadelphia Theatre Company – Understudies and Associate Production Manager
Project Grant, $50,000

James Primosch – Music
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Pang Xiong Sirirathasuk Sikoun – Visual Arts
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Rudolf Staffel – Visual Arts
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Voloshky Ukranian Dance Ensemble – New Works by Vassilli Mountain
Project Grant, $13,000

Venture Theatre – Dog Days: The Legend of O.V. Catto
Project Grant, $25,000

Venture Theatre – Playwrights Lab
Project Grant, $25,000

Kariamu Welsh – Dance
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Kariamu WelshRing Shout Dance Suite
Project Grant, $10,000

The Wilma Theater – Salary Support
Project Grant, $75,000

Bobby Zankel – Music
Pew Fellowship, $50,000

Grants & Grantees

Pew Fellow Nami Yamamoto’s cut-paper installations reflect the hundreds of natural and man-made objects she consistently collects, serving as visual resources and inspirations for her practice.

Collaborators & Colleagues

Lynne Ireland is deputy director at the Nebraska State Historical Society, and is the former chair of the Council of the American Association for State and Local History.

Collaborators & Colleagues

Harold Wolpert is the managing director of Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City.

Obie award-winning playwright Ain Gordon debuts his new play, the result of a two-year residency with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Revisit Center-funded The Dance Apocalypse in Brooklyn with The Dance Apocalypse/Solos. Creators Gabrielle Revlock and Nicole Bindler describe the piece as ” a radical challenge to the paltry circumstances in which artists seek funding and a heart wrenching end-of-the-world love story with pizazz.”

The Pennsylvania Ballet acquired William Forsythe’s contemporary dance masterpiece In the middle, somewhat elevated.

Collaborators & Colleagues

David Gutkin is a PhD student in historical musicology who writes on philosophy of graphic notation in the mid-20th century, music and politics, and ludic theory.

Grants & Grantees

Hellmut Gottschild is a dancer and a 1992 Pew Fellow.

Grants & Grantees

Karen Getz developed and produced the world premiere of a text-free comic-actors’ ballet that explored what it means to be human through the behaviors of artificially intelligent robots.

Project Row Houses founder Rick Lowe visited the Center in fall 2011 to speak with Pew Fellows about using creative solutions to renovate old homes to revitalize a community.

Grants & Grantees

Bruce Metcalf is a jeweler and a 1996 Pew Fellow.

Van Loon and Wilder chronicle their individual remembered experiences during the making of their collaborative dance piece Eulogy for John Kerry.