upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

November 2016

Kerri Radley and Khristina Acosta at “I’m Not Dead Until You Forget Me”

Kerri Radley (LTA '15, ACG '13) and Khristina Acosta (ACG '16) will read during "I'm Not Dead Until You Forget Me", a zine reading event about relationships and identity. December 17 at 3:00pm at the Penn LGBT Center (3907 Spruce Street). [learn more]

The Village of Arts & Humanities hosts “Who We Are, Who We Could Be”

On December 11 at 6:30pm, The Village of Arts & Humanities will host "Who We Are, Who We Could Be," a reading and conversation about who "we" are as a people, and how do "we" move forward collectively. [learn more]

Disability Pride Philadelphia & Liberty Resources present Int’l Day of People with Disabilities

Disability Pride Philadelphia and Liberty Resources invites all to celebrate United Nations International Day of People with Disabilities, a free event at the office of Liberty Resources (801 Arch Street, 2nd Floor Wade Blank Room, Philadelphia, PA 19107), Inc. December 2 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm [learn more]

Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative Grant Deadline is December 1

Bread & Roses Community Fund is calling all organizers working to make real change in the criminal justice system! Apply for a grant from the Phoebus Criminal Justice Initiative. The deadline to submit your application is Thursday, December 1, 11:59 p.m. [learn more]

In Geveb Profiles Ezra Berkley Nepon

Ezra Berkley Nepon talks New Yiddish Theater, Queer Performance Arts, and “Dazzle Camouflage” with In Geveb, a journal of Yiddish studies. [learn more]

Asian Arts Initiative Hosts Community Craft and Art Fair

Asian Arts Initiative is hosting a Community Craft and Art Fair on December 10. [learn more]

MMP and NJ Platform Present The Movement Media Institute

Media Mobilizing Project and New Jersey Platform join forces to present The Movement Media Institute. [learn more]

Taller Puertorriqueño Opens El Corazón Cultural Center

Taller Puertorriqueño is celebrating the grand opening of their new El Corazón Cultural Center on December 7. [learn more]

Maori Holmes Speaks At Moore College

Maori Holmes will present at a panel on Diversity, Prosperity, Redistribution, and Self-Determination at Moore College on December 7. [learn more]

Hecho En Philly Featured In LISC Blog

Linda Fernandez and Anne Harrison's Hecho en Philly Norris Square Craft Market was profiled in LISC Philadelphia’s blog with a slideshow by fellow grantee Lori Waselchuk. [learn more]

Borealis Philanthropy Announces Fund for Trans Generations

Borealis Philanthropy has announced the Request for Letters of Inquiry for the Fund for Trans Generations. Deadline: December 2. [learn more]

Betty Lawrence Curates Once Upon a Time at Slought Foundation

Betty Lawrence curated Once Upon a Time, an exhibition of photographs by Bessie McLamb featuring "ordinary" people in South Philadelphia from the 1940s to the 1970s at Slought Foundation running through December 30. [learn more]

Call for Artists: Lambda Literary Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices

Applications are open for Lambda Literary’s Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices. Deadline: January 30. [learn more]

Toni Kersey’s Quilt Chosen for Art in Embassies Program

Toni Kersey’s quilt Dancing in the River of Yemenya was selected to hang at the US embassy in Chad. [learn more]

ArtPlace America hosts Information Sessions in Philadelphia

Generously co-hosted by Fleisher Art Memorial, Leeway Foundation, Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation, and Village of Arts & Humanities, ArtPlace has been invited to Philadelphia to share details about their National Creative Placemaking Fund to encourage applications in 2017. Please join us for a short presentation and lively discussion. [learn more]