Pew Fellow, 1994
Thomas Gibbons is a playwright and a 1997 Pew Fellow.
Vox Populi presented a group exhibition with guest-curator Malik Gaines that explored various tactics for representing the complex, contradictory legacies of cultural difference.
You have to almost exhaust yourself sometimes to let yourself say what it is, or do what it is, in the most honest way.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1827, dedicated to creating beauty and building community through gardening, greening, and learning.
In 2017, the Center celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Pew Fellowships in the Arts, with a lively website and short film highlighting a quarter-century of steadfast belief in the value and impact of artists.
Lee is the publisher at Corollary Press and author of the poetry collections Underground National, That Gorgeous Feeling, and Solar Maximum, forthcoming from Futurepoem Press.
Natasha Bakht is an Indian contemporary dancer and choreographer. In 2015, she was a panelist in Performance.
The Philadelphia Art Alliance’s 2011 exhibition Let Me Tell You About a Dream I Had: The Miss Rockaway Armada received media attention from a number of publications.
Barbara Kasten: Stages is the first major survey of the work of artist Barbara Kasten.
James Mills is a visual artist and a 1998 Pew Fellow.
Painter Dushko Petrovich offers his perspective on Katharina Grosse’s epic psychylustro—a five-mile-long “painting” sprayed intermittently along a stretch of train tracks in northeast Philadelphia.
Mural Arts’s A Love Letter for You was featured in the Guardian in 2011 as part of a collection of photos of the ten best street art works.