2022 Fall Benefit
Join us on September 12
Will Stokes, Jr., in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum. “Hidden," 1978. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
Enjoy dinner and drinks in a verdant setting.
This outdoor gathering will be held on the grounds of a private home nestled in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. Rain or shine. Creative cocktail attire.
Location and directions will be sent to ticket holders.
Virgil Marti, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, “For Oscar Wilde,” 1995. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
Sponsors at the $2,500 and $5,000 level receive prominent recognition, Into the Wild tickets, and an additional opportunity to attend a VIP dinner with FWM’s next Artist-in-Residence. We would also be delighted to work with you to create a package that meets your individual needs and goals.
For information on becoming a sponsor, please download this resource.
Contact Lily Williams, Director of External Affairs at [email protected] or 215.561.8888 x251.
On the film set with Jayson Musson, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, "His History of Art," 2022. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
FWM provides artists at all stages of their careers the chance to experiment with new materials, media, and techniques and push their creative boundaries. By collaborating with FWM’s Studio of artists, Artists-in-Residence take their work in fresh and often unexpected directions. Among the more than 400 artists who have collaborated with FWM are Roy Lichtenstein, Betty Woodman, Louise Bourgeois, Carrie Mae Weems, Anish Kapoor, Sonya Clark, Richard Tuttle, Sarah Sze, Yinka Shonibare, William Wegman, Joan Jonas, and Nick Cave.
FWM’s Artist-in-Residence exhibitions not only break fresh creative ground but bring artists’ work to new audiences. Retrospective shows draw on our collection of more than 5,000 works of art, as well as archived video, prototypes, and notes from residencies that reveal the artistic process and represent a veritable chronicle of contemporary artmaking.
Summer 2022 College/Postgrad Apprentices Maria Zamora and Shir Bassa print in the FWM studio. Artwork by Maria Zamora. Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño.
FWM is an education center for Philadelphia youth: Apprentice Training provides burgeoning young artists with technical and vocational skills while introducing them to new approaches to creative expression; and Onsite Studio brings much-needed art education into primary and secondary school classrooms. FWM creatively engages the community through outreach initiatives and partnerships, with inclusivity at the center of everything it does.