24 Jan Grant Information Session for Artists Held At Mayfair Theater
Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy’s “Get Creative PHL”
Looking for ways to fund your creativity? On Monday, February 24 the Office of Arts, Culture and The Creative Economy will be hosting a grant information session at the Mayfair Theater at 6243 Frankford Avenue from 6-7pm with questions and answers following.
Find Out More About the Grants Available
Culture in Neighborhoods – Culture in Neighborhoods activates Philadelphia’s indoor public spaces with creativity. The initiative brings free theatrical and musical performances, dance instruction, art-making, and more to Community Schools, neighborhood libraries, recreation centers and older adult centers. OACCE partners with the Mayor’s Office of Education, the Free Library of Philadelphia, and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation to present these FREE quality arts and cultural experiences to increase the use and engagement of these facilities.
Creative Avenues – Creative Avenues provides funding to Philadelphia’s community-based groups embarking on creative projects and activities that are free and open to the public. From performing artists and art-making, to creating a collaborative work of art, Creative Avenues focuses on incorporating the arts into neighborhood events to inspire community pride.
Make Art Philly – Each summer, the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy presents a FREE day of art camp, for ages 12 and under, at the City Hall Courtyard with Make Art Philly. Cultural organizations from the Philadelphia region provide make-and-take creative experiences for visitors to participate in a variety of fun, family-friendly activities.