upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2018

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2018

September 2015

October Events at the Painted Bride

Re-PLACE-ing Philadelphia is a project of Painted Bride Art Center that uses the arts and public dialogue to bring seemingly invisible cultural memories to light and enrich our city's history. [learn more]

Rauschenberg Foundation 2016 Artist as Activist Fellowship

This years theme is racial justice with particular focus on mass incarceration. Deadline: December 7 at 5:00 pm (EST). [learn more]

Call for Artists: Trans | Post 2015

This is an open call for all who identify as transgender, intersex, innersex, genderqueer, nonconforming or gender gifted to submit handmade postcards for the showTrans | Post at the William Way Community Center Gallery, Philadelphia. Now in its 4th year, Trans | Post has received submissions from across the country and is an exhibition comprised completely of work made by community members. [learn more]

Word of Mouth Salon on October 9

An experiment in supporting critical thinking and practice. This evening of readings, storytelling, conversation, and activity focuses on community-building. Share/hear current thinking about how to: sustain livable communities; support one anothers’ work; re-imagine collective histories (and futures). With Jeannine Osayande, Nana Korantemaa Ayeboafo, Caroliese Frink-Reed, Debora Kodish and you. [learn more]

New Photographs by Lorelei Narvaja

You & I Forever is a collection of imagery shaped by music, celebrating the beauty of friendship, love, and living in a moment you want to last forever. [learn more]

Bop and Cha Cha with Melissa Talley-Palmer

Melissa Talley Palmer will continue to host her series entitled, The Let’s Dance project which will consist of Bop and Cha Cha dance instruction and story circle time. [learn more]

Marth McDonald Installation at National Portrait Gallery

Inspired by Whitman’s notebooks from the period, the piece memorializes the civil war’s quarter million unknown dead. [learn more]

J.C. Todd Awarded Two Residencies

J.C. Todd (WOO '03, IA '01) has been awarded two residencies this fall. [learn more]

Call for Artist: OUTCRY!

The African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) is seeking artwork that addresses the killing of unarmed African American men, women and children by police. [learn more]