Open Source is a citywide, outdoor exhibition of site-specific art created by leading contemporary artists. Mural Arts is bringing 14 extraordinary artists from around the world to Philadelphia, and they are working with us to create a new series of public artworks that explore and illuminate Philadelphia’s diverse urban identity.
Last week, Creative Philadelphia—City of Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, in partnership with the School District of Philadelphia’s Office of Academic Enrichment and Support—celebrated those who are bringing arts education into school at the closing ceremony for Art in City Hall’s 6th annual A+ Art exhibit.
We invite you to volunteer a few hours and become a part of this memorable evening. We’ll need your assistance beginning at 3pm that afternoon as we set up and we'll kick off the night at 5:30pm at the Independence Seaport Museum.
The annual event series held in the fall that brings together over 50 organizations and 1,000 young professionals, elected officials, and organizational leaders to examine the current state of young Philadelphia and to ask what we can all do to improve our beloved city.
We decided to take a look back at the forum to bring you a recap focused on the two candidates who will be on the ballot this November 3: Democrat nominee Jim Kenney and Republican nominee Melissa Murray Bailey.
As Pennsylvania’s only statewide multi-disciplinary arts advocacy organization, Citizens for the Arts works to communicate the value and impact of the arts to decision makers in media, government, corporate, and philanthropic sectors.