upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

December 2017

Tatiana Bacchus Participates in Panel at Michener Art Museum

Tatiana Bacchus (ACG '14, '09) participates in a panel discussion on art and social change at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, PA on Sunday, January 28 at 2:00 PM. [learn more]

Women's Mobile Museum: Apprenticeship with Zanele Muholi

Women’s Mobile Museum: Paid Media Arts Apprenticeship with Zanele Muholi

The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center in collaboration with visual activist Zanele Muholi will create a WOMEN’S MOBILE MUSEUM. We are looking for 10 women who are interested in a part-time, paid, media arts apprenticeship opportunity beginning in early 2018. Deadline to apply: January 15. Attend an info session on January 4, 6, 8, or 10. [learn more]

JBK Rebuilds with Boriqua Food Justice Workers in Puerto Rico

JBK (ACG ’17) reports from Puerto Rico during late November 2017 where she was able to build relationships and community with Boriqua food justice workers. [learn more]

Spring Asian American Artist Town Hall

Spring Asian American Artist Town Hall

Asian Arts Initiative hosts a Spring Asian American Artist Town Hall on Monday, January 29, 6:00 - 8:00 PM. Get sneak peeks of new works by local artists, pitch your upcoming projects, events, or artistic opportunities, and network with fellow artists over a delicious potluck. [learn more]

Global Action Project Is Hiring

Global Action Project Is Hiring

Global Action Project in NYC is hiring! GAP cultivates and trains youth from low-income, new immigrant, and TLGBQ communities to grow their leadership, make media and tell innovative stories that promote and amplify movements for social justice. [learn more]

Artful Questions with Gabrielle Civil

Join Minneapolis-based black feminist poet, performance artist and arts activist Gabrielle Civil for this dynamic workshop that investigates our most basic teaching strategy – asking questions. This free event is hosted by Bartol Foundation on Friday, January 19, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM. [learn more]

AFRICA’SOUT! Artist Residency

AFRICA’SOUT! Artist Residency

AFRICA’SOUT! invites visual artists from the African continent, and those in its global diaspora, to submit applications for consideration for a 6 week residency in New York from September to October 2018. Deadline is 31 January 2018, midnight EST. [learn more]

Call to Artists: Smith Playground RFQ

Call to Artists: Smith Playground RFQ

The City of Philadelphia’s Percent for Art Program, through the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE) announces a $25,000 competition to commission a site-specific artwork for Smith Playground, located in South Philadelphia. Deadline for submissions: January 10, 2018. [learn more]

MING Media is Hiring

MING Media is Hiring

Media in Neighborhoods Group (MING Media) is a film company that explores the cultures, challenges, and environments of underserved sections of society, while bringing awareness and advocating for solutions. They seek an Office Manager and Creative Producer. [learn more]

An Afternoon with Monnette Sudler

An Afternoon with Monnette Sudler

Experience a special musical gift to the Germantown community from guitar legend Monnette Sudler and her Quartet on Sunday, December 17th at 3:00 pm at the Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Library. [learn more]

Ruth Deming's Short Story Mouse Published in Your One Phone Call

Ruth Deming’s Short Story Mouse Published in Your One Phone Call

Ruth Deming (EAA '98) has a short story Mouse published online in Your One Phone Call. Ruth continues to promote her support group New Directions for people with depression, bipolar disorder and their loved ones. [learn more]

Refugee Stories: Reading and Conversation with Indah Nuritasari

Refugee Stories: Reading and Conversation with Indah Nuritasari

Join Indah Nuritasari (LTA '16, ACG '13, '11, '09) for Refugee Stories, a reading and conversation on December 16, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM. [learn more]

Call For Art for Black & Blue, The Colors of Leather

Call For Art for Black & Blue, The Colors of Leather

Heather Raquel Phillips (ACG '17) co-curates the exhibition Black & Blue: The Colors of Leather at the William Way LGBT Center January 12 - February 23, 2018. They seek submissions by visual, media, and performing artists that offer a vision of the unique identity and sexuality of the leather and BDSM world. Deadline: December 25. [learn more]

Hyphen Presents Code Artist Reception

Hyphen Presents Code Artist Reception

Heather Raquel Phillips (ACG '17) exhibits work in Code, alongside Gerard Brown, at Hyphen in Washington, DC. An artist reception will be held on December 16 from 7:00 to 11:00 PM. [learn more]

Mz Initiative Seeks Visual Artists for Exhibition

Mz Initiative Seeks Visual Artists for Theatre Exhibition

Mz. Initiative is seeking visual artists for an exhibition to accompany two solo theatre pieces, entitled Ophelia and Ravished, which focus on themes of inter-partner violence, father and daughter relationships, feminism, trauma, isolation, and healing.The accompanying art will fill the dance studio where these pieces will be performed. Deadline: December 15. [learn more]

Baobab Flowers film screening at Scribe Video Center

Baobab Flowers film screening at Scribe Video Center

On Friday, December 8, join Scribe Video Center for a screening of the documentary Baobab Flowers, followed by discussion with the production team: Gabriela Watson (Director), Melissa Skolnick-Noguera (Creative Producer, WOO '17, ACG '12) and Nyanza Bandele, African American teacher from Philadelphia featured in the film. [learn more]