Pew Fellow, 1999
Noted abstract painter Thomas Nozkowski is known for his richly colored and intimately scaled paintings.
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.
Ars Nova Workshop presented this citywide concert series in May 2014, at which celebrated jazz artists played in unconventional venues throughout Philadelphia, known for their rich histories.
The Fabric Workshop and Museum is an internationally renowned artist residency program with an active exhibition program.
Pew Fellow Matthew Suib’s work comes from a deep engagement with moving-image culture and how moving images shape our understanding of culture, history, and politics.
The Philadelphia Ceili Group is an educational organization with an interest in Irish culture, founded in 1958 to preserve traditional ceili and set dancing.
Ceramist and Pew Fellow Lauren Mabry on her creative development, embracing the unexpected, and more.
Visual artist and Pew Fellow Pepón Osorio talks about the relationship between artistic practice and “the local.”
The Curtis Institute of Music mounted this fully staged production, presented in collaboration with Opera Philadelphia and Kimmel Center Presents.
A string quartet drawn from the Philadelphia Sinfonia youth orchestra performs John Harbison’s Thanks, Victor.
Bo Bartlett is a painter and a 1993 Pew Fellow.
Mayor Michael Nutter hails Sherlock, Philadelphia’s second-ever poet laureate, as one of the city’s “most talented homegrown artists.”