upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

Posts tagged "Free Library Of Philadelphia"

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PhillyCAM Launches Media Trainings in Collaboration with the Free Library

In collaboration with the Free Library of Philadelphia, PhillyCAM launches a series of media trainings that will teach community members how to create short video and audio productions with their tablets, smartphones, and apps. Together, the productions will form the People’s Media Collection, an online archive of hyperlocal content and community voices. [learn more]

Colette Fu Commissioned to Create Work for the Free Library of Philadelphia

Colette Fu (LTA '13) was commissioned by the Office of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy's Percent for Art Program to create eight tunnel book dioramas that will be installed at the Free Library of Philadelphia. She hopes to give visibility to the field of book arts and commemorate the numerous stacks being removed from the library. [learn more]

Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela at Monday Poets and First Person Arts Festival

Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela (ACG '12, LTA '05) will be reading at Monday Poets on Monday November 3 at 6:30pm and First Person Arts Podcast LIVE! on Wednesday November 12 at 9:00pm. [learn more]

Key Healy's new installation, Lost and Found

Lost and Found is a 1,000 square foot installation in the Homepage Café in the Central Library of Philadelphia. Opening Reception: Thursday, October 2 [learn more]

Grantseeking Basics for Individuals in the Arts

Attend this class to learn how to search for funders supporting individuals working in the arts. Wednesday, October 1, at 3:00pm at Central Library. [learn more]

Calling All Philadelphia Artists!

Through generous funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation is pleased to announce a call for entries to area artists to submit proposals to produce fully developed artistic designs to be installed in the future in five neighborhood libraries throughout the city, as part of the Free Library’s 21st Century Libraries Initiative. Deadline: March 24 [learn more]