Pew Fellow, 1992
Kate Watson-Wallace worked with four dancers in a research project that embraced, appropriated, and layered movements found in online and pop culture ephemera, in order to develop new types of “21st-century” dance.
A 2012 Pew Fellow and Leeway Transformation Award winner, Waselchuk is interviewing and photographing Philadelphia block captains for Them That Do, a project which reveals the individual and shared histories of the city’s diverse citizenry.
Professor of jazz drums at the Juilliard School of Music and New York University, Billy Drummond has toured and recorded with a variety of jazz masters.
Headlong second River Charrette will take place at RAIR and will address sustainability issues through art and performance.
Pablo Colapinto is a media artist and a 2005 Pew Fellow.
Dancing Diplomats follows choreographer Taras Lewyckyj’s work with Ukrainian artist Anatoly Kryvochyzha, whose choreography was blacklisted by the USSR in 1977.
Dean R. Gladden is in his eighth season with Houston’s Alley Theatre, where he is responsible for the administrative, financial, marketing, facilities, and development aspects.
A program of Philadelphia University, The Design Center presents exhibitions, tours, programs, college courses, and special events that demonstrate how design shapes everyday life.
Since 1993, Headlong Dance Theater has created over 40 works under the leadership of founders David Brick, Andrew Simonet, and Amy Smith.
Nichole Canuso and her collaborators created TAKES, an interactive environment that applied the cinematic notion of the “take” to the world of dance.
As curator of visual arts at MASS MoCA since 2006, Susan Cross has organized a string of major exhibitions.
Nina Simon is executive director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History in California and author of The Participatory Museum.