Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Invites Applications for Community-Based Arts Projects

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance works to lead, strengthen, and amplify the voices of a cultural community, with the goal of igniting creativity, inspiring people, and encouraging a healthy region.

To that end, the alliance is accepting applications to its Project Stream grants program. Through the program, grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to individual artists, nonprofit organizations, and fiscally-sponsored organizations in support of innovative community-based  projects with a public component in the Pennsylvania counties of Buck, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia. The public component can be a performance, exhibition, reading, or other project in any genre.

The alliance will be holding free informational sessions and grant writing workshops throughout the month of May.

Eligible applicants include nonprofit organizations, fiscally-sponsored organizations, and individuals 18 years or older. For-profit organizations are ineligible. Projects must take place in the Philadelphia counties of Buck, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, or Philadelphia. 

See the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance website for complete program guidelines, application instructions, a list of previous recipients, and to register for or receive a recording of an informational session.


Deadline: June 25, 2019