A range of voices, approaches, and ideas are necessary to advance a robust agenda for change. The Metcalf Foundation contributes to public policy and sector leadership through its support for original research and new thinking. In this section, you will find Metcalf Fellowship reports and a wide variety of publications, videos, and other work the Foundation has commissioned or produced in partnership with others.

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Sandra Laronde
Sandra Laronde is one of five 2021 Johannas winners.
Ravi Jain
Ravi Jain is one of five 2021 Johannas winners.
Marilo Nuñez
Marilo Nuñez is one of five 2021 Johannas winners.
iskwē
iskwē is one of five 2021 Johannas winners.
Ian Cusson
Ian Cusson is one of five 2021 Johannas winners.
2019 Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prize Winners
Playwright Sunny Drake, Composer Alice Ping Yee Ho, Composer James Rolfe, Multidisciplinary Artist Santee Smith and World Music Performer and Composer Maryem Tollar discuss their art and what winning the prize means to them.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin with five Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prize winners
Joining The Agenda are the inaugural Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prize winners, playwright and theatre creator Sunny Drake; composer and classical pianist Alice Ping Yee Ho; composer James Rolfe; multidisciplinary artist Santee Smith; and world music performer and composer Maryem Tollar.
Maryem Tollar
World music performer and composer Maryem Hassan Tollar is one of five Metcalf Foundation Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prize winners. She has performed, composed, and worked with artists across a variety of musical traditions and disciplinary genres nationally and internationally in English, French and Arabic.
Sunny Drake
Playwright and theatre creator Sunny Drake talks about why he makes theatre.
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