upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2018

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2018

November 2017

Open Positions at Therapy Center of Philadelphia

Open Positions at Therapy Center of Philadelphia

Therapy Center of Philadelphia seeks a Part-time Psychotherapist and Full-time Post-Doctoral resident for 2018-2019. [learn more]

Letter to My Father: Creative Writing Workshop

Letter to My Father: Creative Writing Workshop

On Thursday, January 25, 2018, Tina Smith-Brown leads a workshop at Bartol Foundation for teaching artists on how to incorporate letter writing into their practice in a way that creates a safe space to explore difficult topics. [learn more]

Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist: Let’s Talk Money

Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist: Let’s Talk Money

What is your time worth? On Monday, December 11, Bartol Foundation's free workshop on money and budgeting will leave you with tools to help you market yourself as a teaching artist. [learn more]

Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat

Teaching Artist Workshop: Start with a Heartbeat

Join Jeannine Osayande (Founder/Artistic Executive Director, Jeannine Osayande & Dunya Performing Arts Company) and African drummer Ira Bond for a free moving/drumming/writing workshop at Bartol Foundation on Wednesday, December 6. [learn more]

Kayleb Rae Candrilli's (ACG '17) What Runs Over Available from YesYes Books

Kayleb Rae Candrilli’s (ACG ‘17) What Runs Over Available from YesYes Books

Kayleb Rae Candrilli's (ACG '17) memoir in verse, What Runs Over, is available for pre-order from YesYes Books at a 20% discount until December 15. [learn more]

Art of Survival: Agents of Escape

Art of Survival: Agents of Escape

For one-night only, The Escape Artist Initiative joins forces with Theatre in the X for Art of Survival, Agents of Escape. This mash-up of scripted performance, didactic media and interactive game play engages audiences in creative problem solving and critical thinking exercises. [learn more]

Black Farmers Are the Afrofuture

Li Sumpter (ACG '17, '16) and various collaborators will be facilitating Black Farmers Are the Afrofuture workshops to those interested local farms, green spaces and community organizations in Philadelphia this Winter/Spring 2018. [learn more]

CAGE: Khmer Dance Master Class

CAGE: Khmer Dance Master Class

Join Cambodian American Girls Empowering for their last Khmer dance master class of 2017 with Lanica Angpak (LTA '15) on Sunday, December 17, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM at Building Bok. [learn more]

How this Instagram poet turned being a good guy into a thriving business

Juliana Reyes (ACG ‘17): How this Instagram poet turned being a good guy into a thriving business

Juliana Reyes (ACG '17) wrote an essay on @justmike_ - How this Instagram poet turned being a good guy into a thriving business - for Washington Post's The Lily. [learn more]

Project HOME Seeks Teaching Artists for January 2018

Project HOME Seeks Teaching Artists for January 2018

Project HOME seeks Teaching Artists to work with Project HOME residents in a Teaching Artist Training Initiative. This person will help facilitate the development of a Project HOME resident to become a Teaching Artist themselves. The temporary position begins in January or February 2018 and runs for six months at about eight hours per week. [learn more]

Watch and Talk - Designing for Outrage: Inviting Disruption into Exhibitions

Watch and Talk - Designing for Outrage: Inviting Disruption into Exhibitions

Violent murders, rampant xenophobia, homophobia, racism, and gender and economic injustices vibrate around us. Is there a way that exhibitions can create spaces that authentically address these issues in all of their moral messiness without rushing to feel-good emotions, harmony or even empathy? [learn more]

LAVA presents A Goddessey

LAVA presents A Goddessey

LAVA presents A Goddessey, our feminist survival story that journeys through landscapes emotional and geologic carrying a transmuting traveler from a bleak and blurry patriarchal present into a rainbow colored feminist future with the help of ancestors geologic and otherwise. December 16, 7pm @ Christ Church Neighborhood Theater. [learn more]

Fabric Workshop and Museum 40th Anniversary Exhibition

Fabric Workshop and Museum 40th Anniversary Exhibition

Celebrating four decades as a pioneering force for artistic innovation, The Fabric Workshop and Museum concludes its 40th anniversary year with Process and Practice: 40 Years of Experimentation. The exhibition opening reception will be held on December 15, 2017, 6:00 - 8:00 PM. [learn more]

Soros Equality Fellowship

Soros Equality Fellowship

The U.S. Programs' Equality team, in collaboration with the Documentary Photography Project, seeks applicants for its Soros Equality Fellowship, which aims to support emerging mid-career professionals who will become long-term innovative leaders impacting the racial justice field. Deadline: December 20, 2017. [learn more]

2018-19 Research Fellowships at UPenn

2018-19 Research Fellowships at UPenn

The Wolf Humanities Center at the University of Pennsylvania (formerly Penn Humanities Forum) invites applications for 2018-19 Research Fellowships on the topic of Stuff. Application deadline: March 20, 2018. [learn more]

CFP: PA National Association for Multicultural Education Conference

CFP: PA National Association for Multicultural Education Conference

The Pennsylvania Chapter National Association for Multicultural Education (PA-NAME) Conference will take place at Drexel University on March 16 - 17, 2018. This year's theme is Collective Struggle for Social Justice: 20 Years of PA-NAME. Proposals due Friday, December 15, 2017. [learn more]

Bartol Foundation Welcomes Melissa Talley-Palmer to its Staff

Bartol Foundation Welcomes Melissa Talley-Palmer to its Staff

Bartol Foundation welcomes Melissa Talley-Palmer (ACG '15, '06) as their new Administrator. Melissa has previously worked as Teen Program Manager at the Village of Arts and Humanities and as Arts and Education Program Manager for Art Sanctuary. She will continue to work as Administrative Assistant for Philadelphia Jazz Project while working part-time for the Bartol Foundation. [learn more]

Call for QTWOC Submissions

Call for QTWOC Submissions

Her Philly MOVES, a QTWOC-centerted arts and culture collective, is collecting submissions for an innovative QTWOC visibility project. Her Philly MOVES requests writings, poetry, illustrations, and photography that highlight the diverse perspectives of queer and trans women of color. [learn more]

Getting at Liveness Workshop

Getting at Liveness Workshop

Donna Oblongata (ACG '16, '14) leads a two-day workshop on cultivating maximum liveness on stage, both in ourselves and in the objects we bring with us, on December 9 and 10 at Panorama Arts Collective. [learn more]

Temple University Seeks Adjunct Instructor in VR

The Department of Film and Media Arts at Temple University seeks applications for an adjunct instructor to teach a course this spring semester in narrative and/or documentary storytelling through Virtual Reality (VR). [learn more]

Youth Arts Workshop Community Craft and Art Fair

Youth Arts Workshop Community Craft and Art Fair

Asian Arts Initiative's Youth Arts Workshop (YAW) presents a Community Craft and Art Fair on Saturday, December 9 from 12:00 to 4:00 PM. Check out an array of unique homemade jewelry, crafts, art, accessories, and more created throughout YAW’s fall after school program. [learn more]

FADE: December Edition

FADE: December Edition

FADE is an evening of music and celebration that puts queer and trans womxn of color at its center. Each event integrates music, performance, and entertainment to create a safe and engaging space for all attendees. [learn more]

BrideNext Featuring ILL DOOTS and Belle Alvarez at Painted Bride Art Center

BrideNext, Painted Bride Art Center’s newest arts initiative, culminates in a double presentation and gallery exhibit on November 17 and 18 at 8pm. Artists ILL DOOTS and Belle Alvarez, present original works centered on gentrification and immigration, respectively. [learn more]

A Glimpse Inside the House of Melanin: The Viewing

A Glimpse Inside the House of Melanin: The Viewing

The performance art piece, A Glimpse Inside the House of Melanin, debuts on December 1. [learn more]

Call to Artists/Request for Qualifications: Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River

The Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River seeks to commission interdisciplinary high quality original works of art for its network of 23 environmental centers. The art at each center will serve as a focal point to inspire people to explore, enjoy, and engage with the watershed while creating awareness and advocacy for the protection and restoration of the Delaware River Watershed. RFQ Deadline: December 15. [learn more]

Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption

Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption

ArtistsU is hosting a workshop called Un/Distracted: Making Art in the Age of Interruption on December 11 at Asian Arts Initiative. They will share findings from their Un/Distracted survey, discuss tools and tactics for finding balance, and finally solve everybody's email crisis. [learn more]

Asian Arts Initiative Seeks Office & Business Manager

Asian Arts Initiative Seeks Office & Business Manager

Asian Arts Initiative is seeking an Office & Business Manager, a new position that will be responsible for managing key functions within the Operations and Finance department. [learn more]

Intercultural Leadership Institute Announces 2018-2019 Fellowship Application

Intercultural Leadership Institute Announces 2018-2019 Fellowship Application

The Intercultural Leadership Institute (ILI) is a rigorous, year-long personal and leadership development program created out of our shared commitment to pursue cultural equity and to support artists, culture bearers and other arts professionals as change-makers in their communities. 2018-2019 fellowship applications are due January 17, 2018. [learn more]

Chlamydia dell'Arte at Good Good Comedy Theatre

Chlamydia dell’Arte at Good Good Comedy Theatre

Chlamydia dell'Arte: A Sex-Ed Burlesque, the brainchild of Gigi Naglak and Meghann Williams (ACG '08), is bringing their holiday show to Good Good Comedy Theatre on December 7, 8, and 9. [learn more]

CultureWorks Shared Workspace Coordinator Position

CultureWorks Shared Workspace Coordinator Position

CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia is hiring a temporary part-time Shared Workspace Coordinator. [learn more]

Artist talk and exhibit: Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta

Artist talk and exhibit: Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta

On November 18, join Taller Puertorriqueño for a conversation with Tim Gibbon, Heather Raquel Phillips (ACG '17), Melissa Beatriz Skolnick-Noguera (WOO '17, ACG '12), and Wit López about their work in the third group of Nuestro Tema: Llamada y Repuesta. [learn more]

Sign up to perform at Gendertalk

Gendertalk, November 15th 6-8pm at the LGBT Center, is an annual open-mic night that Penn Non-Cis puts on to highlight experiences around gender. We welcome all kinds of performances, including poetry, monologues, songs, music, and more! [learn more]