Since its founding in 2011, ICPP has been dedicated to a process that brings together artists and curators to study and experiment with various ways of knowing, organizing, and collecting that stem from performance practices.
Starting in 2018, ICPP undertook a series of case studies with artists who work in performance to examine issues of sustainability and resources distribution amidst changing cultural economies. This project was sponsored by a three-year grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. [read more]
Since 2017, ICPP has awarded 6 Leadership Fellowships with the support of the Ford Foundation. The fellowships promote key professional and networking opportunities for students upon graduation, while nurturing underrepresented perspectives in the field of art and performance curation. [read more]