BalletX commissioned new works by two female choreographers, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and Helen Pickett, which examined gender issues in ballet culture. Ochoa’s Still@Life, her first collaboration with an American dance company, was inspired by still life paintings and portraits from the Baroque era, set to music by J. S. Bach and van Wassenaer. Pickett’s Union was an abstract ballet with original music by German composer and musician Bernd Sippel. The new works were presented on a program that also featured a revival of Numb Roads (2001), choreographed by BalletX’s Christine Cox.
Paul Ha is a museum director widely recognized for his support of influential artists early in their careers, and with raising the visibility of the organizations he heads.
Boris Charmatz is a choreographer, dancer, and director of Musée de la danse (Museum of Dance).
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The Pennsylvania Ballet restaged Roland Petit’s Carmen, a standard in European ballet that is rarely performed in the United States.
Philosopher Christoph Cox discusses how audiences can approach the style of music known as “noise.”
Poet and 2013 Pew Fellow Emily Abendroth’s poetry encourages readers to discover difficult truths woven into social, cultural, and physical realities.
Conceived by Canuso and multimedia director Lars Jan, Nichole Canuso and Lars Jan’s multimedia dance work was presented at the 2010 FringeArts Festival.
An outgrowth of the anti-graffiti network, Mural Arts Philadelphia has produced over 3,600 murals since 1984, making it the largest public art program in the United States and earning Philadelphia the nickname “City of Murals.”
Pasión y Arte’s 2014 Flamenco Festival has come to an end, but the positive reviews keep pouring in. Recent media attention includes features in the Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Times, and The New Yorker.
We asked Center colleagues, interlocutors, grantees, and staff: “What inspired you this year?”
Pieranna Cavalchini is the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Curator of Contemporary Art, where she has organized over 20 exhibitions.