Sinta is a dance artist and community leader dedicated to preserving and promoting Indonesian tradition and culture as well as raising awareness of social justice and immigration issues. She is the founder of Modero & Company dance group, offering programs to bring Philadelphia’s Indonesian community together and presenting performances throughout the city. 

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PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 6, 2022) — The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage in collaboration with The Barra Foundation, Neubauer Family Foundation, William Penn Foundation, and Wyncote Foundation announced today $1,170,000 in fellowships to 12 Philadelphia-area artists and cultural practitioners of color through the Philadelphia’s Cultural Treasures (PCT) funding initiative.

The recipients are artists working in music, performance, film, visual arts, literature, and multidisciplinary and community-based art forms: Daryl Kwasi BurgeeVashti DuboisMaori Karmael HolmesHomer JacksonWit LópezRoberto LugoLouis MassiahPepón OsorioUrsula RuckerSinta Penyami StormsAndrea Walls, and Yolanda Wisher.

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Sinta:  Best wishes for a productive trip.  I believe in your mission.  In Friendship & Admiration, Ida

Ida Chen

Too often I have seen people of color, immigrants and people with disabilities both literally and figuratively make themselves smaller in public spaces to make others feel comfortable. That’s one of the many reasons why I really appreciate the empowerment that takes place in the (majority Asian) spaces like my daughters’ school, Folk Arts-Cultural Treasures Charter […]

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