A Philadelphia dancer/choreographer with a penchant for humor and surprise, Gabrielle Revlock is a former Jeanne Ruddy Dance company member. She has worked with numerous local and international choreographers including Isabelle Chaffaud and Jérôme Meyer (Netherlands), Sean Feldman (U.K.), Willi Dorner (Austria), and Katsura Kan (Japan), and her work has been shown across the country. Interested in performance as a social art form, she is also the creator of “Wear Your Wig to Work Day,” an annual “holiday” that occurs the last Friday in January. Revlock holds a B.A. in art history from Vassar College.
Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, produced two programs that explored contrasts among Iberian musical cultures in the mid-17th century.
The Institute of Contemporary Art presents a performance of Pew Fellow Jumatatu Poe’s Let ‘im Move You, organized by Danielle Goldman.
Kun-Yang Lin’s dance company hosted classes with visiting artist Hsu-Hui Huang and incorporated his techniques into a performance at the Painted Bride Art Center.
Elizabeth Smith is the executive director of the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation in New York City.
Kevin Ward is a former director of Santa Fe’s Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.
Strange Currencies is the first exhibition to articulate a history for the unorthodox, artist-run spaces that emerged in Mexico City in the 1990s.
Since 1980, Susan Hess Modern Dance has sought to grow the audience for contemporary dance and support independent dance artists in the Philadelphia community.
Tobin Rothlein is a dance artist and a 2006 Pew Fellow.
Gabrielle Revlock will developed a new dance-theater work with past collaborator Nicole Bindler that explored the nature of creative collaboration, as well as themes of gender, competition, and spectacle.
Bowerbird is a presenting organization that showcases over 70 events annually, with a focus on raising awareness of “provocative and divergent musical traditions.”
As part of Pasión y Arte’s Philadelphia Flamenco Festival, International House Philadelphia will host a screening of Flamenco Hoy by the celebrated film maestro Carlos Saura.
Juliette Carrillo is a nationally recognized theater director, writer, and award-winning filmmaker from Los Angeles, California. Carrillo served as a Pew Fellowships panelist in 2015.