upcoming grant deadline: 05/15/2018

upcoming grant deadline: 05/15/2018

Sarah Alderman

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2015 Art and Change Grant – $2,500

Sarah’s project, BYPASSED, is an interactive web documentary told through the stories of communities marginalized because of their race and class in Coatesville, PA. As a fourth generation Coatesville native, Sarah is aware of both the struggle and the vibrancy of this city, and how the latter tends to get lost in popular media. BYPASSED will give the residents a forum where their stories may transcend the town's stigma, which has been built and reinforced by the local media. This project will incorporate sonic IDs (60-second portraits, sound collages, and stories), film, and photography and will blend community-generated content with Sarah’s own work. She hopes this will establish pride in her city and build bridges across communities in Coatesville.

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Leeway Transformation Award

The Transformation Award provides unrestricted annual awards of $15,000 to women and trans* artists and cultural producers living in Greater Philadelphia who create art for social change and have done so for the past five years or more, demonstrating a long-term commitment to social change work. [read more]

deadline 05/15
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Grant Info Session in West Chester

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 us for one of these information sessions to learn how to prepare your application for the 2018 grants. 

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What is an invisible disability? Do you have one, the person sitting next to you? The Hidden Disabilities Project will be Power Street Theatre Company’s next foray into experimental theatre making. With this new and exciting piece created by the only Women of Color led theatre company in Philadelphia, take an immersive journey exploring the gray areas of having an invisible disability in a black and white world.

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