Pew Fellow, 2002
Theater; joint Pew Fellowship with Dan Rothenberg and Dito van Reigersberg
Alex Da Corte appears twice in Interview and Karen M’Closkey & Keith VanDerSys are singled out in Metropolis. Plus, news on Brian Phillips, Zoe Strauss, Matthew Mitchell, and CAConrad.
First Person Arts offers bi-monthly story slams, classes, and an annual festival dedicated to transforming real life into documentary art.
Excerpts from the new opera Breaking the Waves will be presented at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum as part of the Works & Process series.
Christian Michel is a painter and a 1993 Pew Fellow.
First Person Arts commissioned San Francisco playwright/performer Dan Hoyle to develop a new journalistic theater work about the news—the organization’s first commissioned work for theater.
Stephen Berg, a 1993 Pew Fellow in Literature and founder of the American Poetry Review and Zig Zag Press, passed away on June 12.
Travis Macdonald (Pew Fellow, 2014) questions authorship with poems that are lively and whimsical without being frivolous, and which offer critique and reflection of the contemporary moment.
On Monday, June 13, 2016, we announced and honored the 2016 grantees of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage with a celebration at Christ Church Neighborhood House.
Swenbeck is a 2013 Pew Fellow and visual artist, and his fascination with the macabre has filtered into his idiosyncratic sculptures, paintings, photographs, and installations.
With support from the Center, the Arden has integrated visually dazzling video design into live productions and enhanced its work for young audiences.
The Philadelphia Zoo will expand its innovative and field-leading trails system, allowing large primates and other mammals to travel outside their habitats and interact more freely with each other.
Playwright and 2008 Pew Fellow J. Rufus Caleb strives to create theater experiences that are “as visceral as they are intellectual.”