upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2017

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2017

Sara Zia Ebrahimi’s Short Films Screen on March 3 and 9

Sara Zia Ebrahimi's (LTA '14, ACG '13, '09) short film The FBI Blew Up My Ice Skates will be screened as part of the Philadelphia Film Society's Philly Film Showcase on March 3. The film will also screen on March 9 at the Newtown Theatre's Independent Film Night in Newton, PA. [learn more]

Bartol Foundation Presents Two Workshops on March 7 and 18

Bartol Foundation presents Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist Series: Let's Talk Money workshop on March 7. This session will work through how to set fair prices for your teaching artist activities, budget for all parts of a project, and develop ‘what if’ scenarios to make budgeting a useful tool in your teaching artist life. Bartol Foundation also presents Talking About Race in the Classroom and Community workshop on March 18. Join New York’s Border Crossers for this intensive training about strategies to recognize and address racism in your classroom and community. [learn more]

Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County Presents Music Out Loud Concert on March 4

Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County presents Music Out Loud Concert on March 4. The annual event features musicians Crys Matthews and Summer Osborne and benefits UUCDC's LBGTQ outreach programs. [learn more]

Asian Arts Initiative Presents Race, Motherhood & Creativity and The PAPA Sessions on March 3 and 20

Asian Arts Initiative presents Race, Motherhood, & Creativity on March 3. Join Jaishri Abichandari, curator of Loving Blackness, as she facilitates a panel discussion with a group of South Asian artists and activists who are all mothers of Black children using their creativity to address racism and bridge cultures. AAI also presents The PAPA Sessions on March 20, an evening showcasing the vibrancy of the Asian American theater and performance community in this quarterly showcase series. [learn more]

Artists Wanted for BrideNext 2017 Project at the Painted Bride

The Painted Bride is seeking to engage two artists working in any performance medium as part of its BrideNext Project. These artists must be based in Philadelphia, between 21 and 38, and looking to create an immersive, interactive, collaborative performance. One artist’s focus will be on Educational Justice and one will be on Racial Justice. Deadline: March 3. [learn more]