Art for Change: The Institutional Critic

The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative profiles Maia Chao, whose anthropology-informed art practice challenges institutions of museums, schools, and more

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The R&B Eclectic

The next in a series with the Forman Arts Initiative profiles Suzanne Sheer, the singer, songwriter and Khemist collaborator who is taking over the city with her new album, The Blue Hour

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The Teaching Artist

The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative, actor, writer and educator Camille Young uses her voice to celebrate others — especially Black femme artists — and her classroom to help young people celebrate themselves.

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The Sound Sculptor

Next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative, Philadelphia artist Raúl Romero merges sculpture with an invisible medium: sound

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The Arts and Culture Archivist

The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative profiles artist, curator and writer Logan Cryer, who shines light on a new generation of Philly creators

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The Trans Culture Documenter

The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative profiles performer/photographer Sa’Mantha SayTen, who uplifts queer trans artists through her studio and her own story

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The Verse Healer

Next in our series with Forman Arts Initiative: Poet Trapeta B. Mayson, whose Healing Verse Poetry Line merges her two passions: poetry and mental health

By Morgan Nitz

Art for Change: The Community Builder

Muralist Cesar Viveros, whose paintings are all over the city, has shifted his focus to activism and communion in the city’s Latino community

By Morgan Nitz