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American Dance Machine for the 21st Century Awarded $49,500 by NYSCA

Following New York State’s $105 million investment in the arts for FY2022, NYSCA has awarded more than $80 million since June 2021. In a joint statement, CWCW alum Nikki Feirt Atkins, ADM21 Founder and Producing Artistic Director and Diane Kuhl, Executive Director, said, “We are deeply appreciative of Governor Hochul’s…
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Jane Golden talks to Yes! Magazine about why public art is good for cities

“We always say that art ignites change,” says CWCW alum Jane Golden, executive director of Mural Arts Philadelphia. “There is something deeply catalytic about the work.” To read the whole article, click here. Then, listen to our conversation with Jane here.
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Architecture Digest says artist Grimanesa Amorós’s light sculpture is an ode to the streets of Mumbai

The large-scale, site-specific light sculpture at Mumbai’s BKC was inspired by CWCW alum Grimanesa Amorós‘s journey through India, specifically Mumbai. Click here to learn more about the exhibit, and then listen to our conversation with Grimanesa here.
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PAFA’s Brodsky Center Presents New Editions by Resident Artists at E/AB Fair

The collaborative handmade paper- and printmaking center at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts publishes new works by CWCW alum Liz Collins and Sarah McEneaney. Liz Collins, one of this year’s Brodsky Center residents, completed her work “Genesis” (2021) in handmade cotton paper and rayon. “Genesis” recreates the…
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An Artist Brings Light to Mumbai

Grimanesa Amoros’s Golden Array invites onlookers to reflect on connections through “the invisible trajectories of a wireless universe.” You can read all about the exhibit from our CWCW alum here at  And be sure to check out our conversation with Grimanesa here.
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