The Knight Arts Challenge announced 63 finalists for its Philadelphia call for 150-word grant applications.
See all of the finalists here, which include applications such as:
- African American Museum in Philadelphia: to share the unifying power of the arts by showcasing commissioned dance and gospel performances through free weekly concerts at the museum’s Seventh Street Plaza.
- Indy Hall: to strengthen the city’s creative community by turning an entire city block into a creative co-working community center.
- Kimmel Center: to use the arts to revitalize neighborhoods by transforming a vacant lot into a community center for performance art.
- theartblog.org: to broaden participation and excitement in the visual-art scene by creating a smart phone app that gives a comprehensive, up-to-date listing of Philadelphia art galleries.
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