upcoming grant deadline: 05/15/2017

upcoming grant deadline: 05/15/2017

Live Streamed Information Session

Friday, February 24 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
[ online at leeway.org/info ]

Our Live Streamed Information Session is over, but you can still watch it! Please click here to see the broadcast on YouTube.

 
Are you thinking about applying for a Leeway grant but aren’t sure of how to go about it? Have you wanted to attend one of our past information sessions but couldn’t make it to the locations? Now you can learn more about Leeway, our grants, and the application processes without having to go anywhere!
 
Tune in on your computer, phone, or tablet device as Leeway staff provide tips and best practices on how to prepare your application. An ASL interpreter will also be present. No webcam or microphone is necessary—only the presenters will be visible and audible.
 

Step 1: At 12:00pm, click here to watch the broadcast on YouTube.

Step 2: Tweet your questions with #AskLeeway or email them to info@leeway.org with subject line "Ask Leeway." 

Step 3: Sit back and enjoy!

 

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Leeway artist?

The following does not describe one kind of artist; rather, it paints a larger picture of the many aspects of different Leeway artists. [read more]

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Upcoming events
03/271:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Bilingual Grant Information Session in Norris Square

Are you thinking about applying for the Art and Change Grant or the Leeway Transformation Award but not sure of how to go about it? Join past recipients as they share their experience of applying and Leeway staff members as they share best practices on how to prepare your application for the 2017 grants.

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03/306:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A Special Screening of “And Still I Rise”

Join us at Community College of Philadelphia's Bonnell Auditorium for a screening of And Still I Rise, the first film to be made about literary and performing artist Dr. Maya Angelou. Stay after the film to be in conversation with Philadelphia artists Ursula Rucker, Andrea Walls, and moderator Pia Deas around the impact of Dr. Angelou’s life and what it means to create a spiritual and moral grounding that honors the blending of artist-activist roles. 

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