Apart from his role as executive and artistic director of The Yard in Martha’s Vineyard, David White is also the chair of the National Council at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, and the principal and manager of Public Imaginations, Hopkinton, NH. From 1975–2003, White served as the executive director and producer of Dance Theater Workshop (now New York Live Arts) in New York. He was a Center panelist in dance in 2012.
Brenda Dixon Gottschild’s Center-supported book on Joan Myers Brown received a great deal of media attention upon its release.
Eleone Dance Theatre is a Philadelphia-based troupe dedicated to dance that celebrates intergenerational and multicultural themes.
After dancing as a member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company from 1984 to 1993, and the White Oak Dance Project from 1994 to 1996, Patricia Lent teaches, stages, and conducts workshops at the Merce Cunningham Trust, where she is a Trustee and Director of Licensing.
Pew Fellow Germaine Ingram talks with us about the responsibilities of creating socially engaged art.
Timothy Rub is The George D. Widener Director and Chief Executive Officer of The Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Bryn Mawr College’s retrospective introduced local audiences to Rethorst’s work and featured a series of public events, all of which provided unique windows into Rethorst’s methodology.
Fall kicks off with a packed schedule of Center-funded projects, including exhibition openings from Temple Contemporary and The Galleries at Moore, and performance premieres at the 2015 Fringe Festival that push the boundaries of genre and form.
Ashon Crawley is an Assistant Professor of African American Studies in the Ethnic Studies Department at the University of California, Riverside.
Jumatatu Poe developed The Flight Attendants, a satirical commentary on the service industry, during summer workshops with members of his company, idiosynCrazy productions.
Gabrielle Revlock and Nicole Bindler star in this dance collaboration about two female artists in a spectacle-driven world.
Bryn Mawr College presents two performances of Trisha Brown’s pioneering Early Works, created between 1968 and 1975, blurring the boundaries between performance and visual art.
Sarah Wilke became managing director of Seattle’s On the Boards at the start of its 2004–05 season. She is responsible for day-to-day and long-term strategic management.