Dindga McCannon, Steven and Billy Dufala, Tango

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Dindga McCannon was a pioneer of art quilting, an innovative approach to a traditional medium. Today, her ever-evolving practice remains strongly rooted in her African-American heritage.

Steven and Billy Dufala are a seemingly ubiquitous presence in Philadelphia’s contemporary art scene. But their success is built not on competitiveness, but a profound sense of community.

In the popular imagination, tango is an exotic seduction born of the sultry streets of Buenos Aires. In truth, it is a complex improvised dance form practiced the world over.


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