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upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

September 2016

The Colored Girls Museum in i found god in myself at the African American Museum in Philadelphia

Barbara Bullock (Bessie Berman Award ‘02), Betty Leacraft (ACG '14, '09, LTA '11, WOO '99) and Toni Kersey (ACG ‘07) contributed work to The Colored Girls Museum installation in conjunction with i found god in myself: the 40th anniversary celebration of “for colored girls” at the African American Museum in Philadelphia from October 1 to January 2, 2017. The Opening Reception is October 6 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. [learn more]

Michelle Angela Ortiz in Philadelphia, Goddamn

Michelle Angela Ortiz is showing work in Philadelphia, Goddamn at Little Berlin. The Opening Reception is October 14. [learn more]

Barbara Bullock, Betty Leacraft and Marta Sanchez in Messages and American Dreams

Barbara Bullock, Betty Leacraft and Marta Sanchez have work in Messages and American Dreams at Crawford Campus Center Gallery from October 19 to November 16. [learn more]

Marta Sanchez’ Fall Exhibitions

Marta Sanchez will be showing work at the Crawford Campus Center Gallery, Brandywine Workshop, Taller Puertorriqueño and Trenton City Museum this fall. [learn more]

Art Sanctuary Hiring Teaching Artists

Art Sanctuary is hiring Teaching Artists for the 2016 to 2017 academic year to participate in their ArtSTAC Program. Deadline: Rolling. [learn more]

Germaine Ingram Performs In SaltSoul

Leeway board member Germain Ingram will perform in SaltSoul, dance and theater artist Jungwoong Kim’s newest work confronting personal and global tragedy, and the role art can play in mediating private and communal grief. [learn more]

Center for Artistic Activism Seeks Part Time Non-Profit Manager

The Center for Artistic Activism is hiring a Part Time Non-Profit Manager. Deadline: rolling. [learn more]

Kid’s Musical About Clean Energy

Philadelphia-based children's music duo Ants on a Log is producing their debut musical Curious November 13 and 19 at The Rotunda. [learn more]

A Good Night’s Sleep Reviewed in Phindie

The Colored Girl Museum’s A Good Night’s Sleep was reviewed by Phindie. [learn more]

U.S. Department of Art and Culture Hiring Chief of Operations

The U.S. Department of Art and Culture is hiring a Chief of Operations. Deadline: rolling. [learn more]

Hecho en Norris Square Craft Market

Linda Fernandez and Anne Harrison’s Hecho en Norris Square Craft Market will take place October 22. [learn more]

M. Asli Dukan Announced As National Black Programming Consortium 360 Fellow

M. Asli Dukan has been chosen as a National Black Programming Consortium 360 Fellow. artist, filmmaker and cinematographer, Arthur Jafa will be her mentor for the Incubator and Pitch Black Session. [learn more]

Dishes of the Diaspora at Philadelphia Folklore Project

The opening reception for culinary artist Pascale Boucicaut and photographer Adachi Pimentel’s Dishes of the Diaspora will take place on October 2 at the Philadelphia Folklore Project. [learn more]

Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela Featured in Emerge, an Anthology of Writing by Lambda Fellows

Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela is featured in Emerge, an Anthology of Writing by Lambda Fellows. The anthology is a collection of fiction, nonfiction, plays, poetry, and genre fiction written by fellows of the 2015 Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices. [learn more]

Lamba Interviews Kokumo on New Poetry Collection Reacquainted with Life

Trans Lit Salon performer Kokumo is interviewed by Lambda Literary on her new poetry collection, Reacquainted with Life. [learn more]

J.C. Todd Reads at Christ Church Neighborhood Theatre

J.C. Todd will read at Christ Church Neighborhood Theatre on October 8. J.C. was a judge for the Brittany Noakes Poetry Award and will read along with the finalists she selected. [learn more]

Bartol Foundation’s October Teaching Artist Workshops

Bartol Foundation offers free workshops to help teaching artists learn new teaching strategies and connect to each other this October. [learn more]

CreativePHL’s Culture in the Courtyard October Performances

CreativePHL’s Culture in the Courtyard, a free outdoor performance series in the City Hall Courtyard on Wednesdays at noon, continues into October. [learn more]

Something To Say at Betsy Casañas’ A Seed on Diamond Gallery

Doris Nogueira Rogers’ solo show Something To Say is currently on view at Betsy Casañas’ A Seed on Diamond Gallery. [learn more]

Philly Trans* March 2016

The 6th Annual Philly Trans* March will take place October 8 and start at Thomas Paine Plaza. [learn more]

Poet J. C. Todd Releases Artist Book at Duquesne University

Poet J. C. Todd is releasing a limited edition artist book, Fubar, created in collaboration with visual artist MaryAnn L. Miller. Fubar is a sonnet based on the experience of combat shared between an Air Force Medic and her patient. [learn more]

Dr. Yaba Blay Launches Professional Black Girl

Dr. Yaba Blay launches Professional Black Girl, an original video series created to celebrate everyday Black womanhood, and to smash racist and “respectable” expectations of how they should "behave." [learn more]

Asian Arts Initiative Hosts Pearl Street Block Party

The Pearl Street Block Party on October 8 is a neighborhood art festival that celebrates Chinatown North’s rich cultural diversity and artistic community. [learn more]

Storyville - New Works Produced through Scribe Workshops

Scribe Video Center presents Storyville - New Works Produced Through Scribe Workshops on September 16. [learn more]

The Artists-in-Schools Program at The Print Center Hiring Teaching Artists

The Artists-in-Schools Program at The Print Center is currently hiring Teaching-Artists for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. The Print Center encourages the growth and understanding of photography and printmaking as vital contemporary arts through exhibitions, publications and educational programs. [learn more]

ArtPlace America Hiring Grants Manager and Administrative Associate

ArtPlace America is hiring a Grants Manager and Administrative Associate. ArtPlace America is a ten-year collaboration among a number of foundations, federal agencies, and financial institutions that works to position arts and culture as a core sector of comprehensive community planning and development in order to help strengthen the social, physical, and economic fabric of communities. ArtPlace focuses its work on creative placemaking, which describes projects in which art plays an intentional and integrated role in place-based community planning and development. [learn more]