Michèle Steinwald

Michèle Steinwald.

Michèle Steinwald is an independent curator and dance producer, and former assistant curator for the performing arts at the Walker Art Center. Since retiring as a dancer and choreographer, Steinwald has managed performing arts projects and professional development programs for On the Boards, New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, Dance/USA, and the Deborah Hay Dance Company. Steinwald is a board member of the Visual Artists Network / National Performance Network and Movement Research and is a graduate of the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance at Wesleyan University. She has served on panels for the National Endowment for the Arts, National Performance Network, McKnight Foundation, and United States Artists Fellowships, and has been an artist mentor for Creative Capital’s Artist Retreat and Arts Midwest’s ArtsLab. In 2016, she served as a Pew Fellowships panelist.


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Robert Asman is a photographer and a 1997 Pew Fellow.

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The company is dedicated to making critically important performance opportunities available to the current generation of opera and theatrical performers, designers, and directors.

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Nava EtShalom is a poet and a 2006 Pew Fellow.

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In 2002 the Center awarded Pew Fellowships to 12 Philadelphia-based artists, and grants to 57 dance, music, theater, and visual arts organizations and practitioners in the greater Philadelphia region.

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Shawn McBride is a writer and a 2005 Pew Fellow.

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The Wilma Theater creates living, adventurous art through bold and ambitious design choices.

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Strange Currencies is the first exhibition to articulate a history for the unorthodox, artist-run spaces that emerged in Mexico City in the 1990s.

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The Kimmel Center, Inc. received Center support for the sixth season of Fresh Ink, a series that highlights the work of contemporary composers and performers.

The work of Schumann, Gesualdo, Brahms, and Mozart will be performed to evoke themes of fragility, unconventionality, and playfulness explored by the composers late in their careers.

In the second iteration of the Center’s danceworkbook series, dancer and choreographer Roko Kawai reflects upon and shares images of her dance work since 1992.

The Michener Art Museum presents a series music performances and dance workshops that capture the spirit of the 1920s.

Raphael Xavier and Eileen Neff receive Guggenheim Fellowships, exhibitions by visual artists Alex Da Corte and Ryan Trecartin make a splash in national venues, and Tania Isaac and Meg Foley each present new dance works in Philadelphia.