Pew Fellow, 2004
Folk and Traditional Arts
Montgomery County Community College presented a series of concerts and programs focusing on the Afro-Cuban influence in jazz.
For 14 years Jenny Andrews served as botanical programs coordinator at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens in Nashville. Most recently she was director of education for the Garden Conservancy.
Fritz Dietel’s (Pew Fellow, 2007) inspiration comes from observation of botanic and aquatic natural forms. His pieces, quite labor-intensive, are mainly constructed from strips and shards of band-sawed wood.
April welcomes a number of Center-funded performances to the region.
Scribe Video Center is a place where individuals and communities learn media-making, exploring video as both an artistic medium and as a tool for progressive social change.
Philip Bither has been the Walker Art Center’s senior curator of performing arts since 1997.
Caribbean-American dancer-choreographer Tania Isaac (Pew Fellow, 2011) fuses choreography with personal documentary and social commentary.
James Primosch is a composer and a 1996 Pew Fellow.
Equilateral, a novel by Pew Fellow Ken Kalfus, was chosen by The Daily Beast as its 2013 Novel of the Year.
A new chamber opera by composer-in-residence Missy Mazzoli and librettist Royce Vavrek.
One of the few cemeteries to be designated as a National Historic Landmark, Laurel Hill Cemetery will rebuild the pedestrian entrance that once existed along its river façade, removed more than a century ago.
Exhibitions funded by the Center, as well as Pew Fellow Ryan Trecartin’s 55th Venice Biennale installation, made several top 10 lists in Artforum’s Best of 2013 December issue.