Pew Fellow, 1992
Philadelphia Mural Arts Program commissioned an impermanent public art project by artist Katharina Grosse: a massive episodic painting along a five-mile stretch of Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1827, dedicated to creating beauty and building community through gardening, greening, and learning.
Lauren Mabry unveils new ceramic works at The Clay Studio, David Scott Kessler screens his film The Pine Barrens, and The Wall Street Journal reviews Bo Bartlett’s exhibition at Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe.
Amada Cruz is The Sybil Harrington Director of the Phoenix Art Museum.
Philadelphia’s Clay Studio is a center for local, national, and international ceramic arts communities.
Muhsana Ali is a visual artist and a 2002 Pew Fellow.
Albright’s work in film spans documentary, installation, poetic animation, and short- and long-form narrative. One of his works-in-progress is Ceramic Flowers, a modern mash-up of The Odyssey and Ulysses, set in Las Vegas.
Visual artist Ann Hamilton leads a workshop exploring the intersection of texts and textiles in modern literature at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
The Barnes Foundation presented a major exhibition of work by Nigerian-born, London-based artist Yinka Shonibare, including a new commission, plus works of sculpture, photography, painting, and installation.
Tom Schorgl has been president and CEO of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture since its inception in 1997.
Tracie Morris is a poet, performer, and scholar and an associate professor of humanities and media studies at Pratt Institute.
Curators Carlos Basualdo, Peter Eleey, Helen Molesworth, Hou Hanru, and many more convene in print for this publication on curatorial approaches.