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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 Hyperallergic.com.  And be sure to check out our conversation with Grimanesa here.
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Elephant Guides Friend Who Can’t See In Heartwarming Clip

Lek Chailert, founder of the Elephant Nature Park and the Save Elephant Foundation and CWCW alum, shared a video on Instagram of three elephants at the Elephant Nature Park. In her post, Lek, who is also the founder of the Elephant Nature Park, drew people’s attention to Chana’s kind gesture…
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Julie Halston To Get Special Tony Award For Her Advocacy

Theater actor and 4-time CWCW Alum Julie Halston will receive the Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award for her work fighting the lung-scarring disease pulmonary fibrosis. We could not be more proud of our friend and this accomplished, inspiring woman! The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced Wednesday that Halston would get the…
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JOYOUS STRINGS Fill the Air As Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Returns For Its Third Season

The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society comes back for the first time since the pandemic, live, in person, for a thrilling program of string trios. The vibrant trio consisting of Artistic Director Jia Kim (cello), CWCW alum Molly Carr (viola), and Siwoo Kim (violin) will hold a public performance at…
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