ArtPlace aides creation of ‘multi-media creatorspace,’ invests $8.7 million in community development projects

Investing money in community development projects where artists, arts organizations, and arts and culture activity work to strengthen communities, ArtPlace America recently announcing recipients of its National Creative Placemaking Fund. Pennsylvania’s Village of Arts and Humanities (The Village) was one of 23 projects chosen from nearly a thousand applications, slated to use the $500,000 grant … Continue reading ArtPlace aides creation of ‘multi-media creatorspace,’ invests $8.7 million in community development projects

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United Soccer Coaches to convene in Pennsylvania next month, generate millions for Philadelphia

https://www.instagram.com/p/BcvP_HWHLux/?taken-by=unitedsoccercoaches The world’s soccer community will convene under one roof at the Pennsylvania Convention Center next month in Philadelphia for the 2018 United Soccer Coaches Convention. Representing every aspect of the game, coaches, administrators, executives, players, presenters, media, referees, and fans participate in five days of soccer coaching education and networking with some the sport’s icons … Continue reading United Soccer Coaches to convene in Pennsylvania next month, generate millions for Philadelphia

Star-studded benefit marks 25th anniversary of Universal Companies

PA Society displays diversity; Philadelphia Councilman festively fellowships with politicos, industry leaders of color

Honoring the emergence of bipartisan leaders of color in Pennsylvania and New York, Philadelphia City Councilman At-Large, Derek Green, recently hosted the 7th Annual The League of 1789 Pennsylvania Society (PA Society) reception. “It is important that we acknowledge diverse officials who are indispensable to the community for which they serve,” said Councilman Green, a … Continue reading PA Society displays diversity; Philadelphia Councilman festively fellowships with politicos, industry leaders of color

Philadelphia Councilman leads festive gathering of politicos, industry leaders of color [PHOTO GALLERY]

Honoring the emergence of bipartisan leaders of color in Pennsylvania and New York, Philadelphia City Councilman At-Large, Derek Green, recently hosted the 7th Annual The League of 1789 PA Society reception. "It is important that we acknowledge diverse officials who are indispensable to the community for which they serve," said Councilman Green, a PA Society … Continue reading Philadelphia Councilman leads festive gathering of politicos, industry leaders of color [PHOTO GALLERY]

North Philly’s “Quest” Rainey featured in riveting documentary, national rollout set

A sponsored project of Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), the largest and oldest not-for-profit dedicated to independent film, artist and documentary filmmaker, Jonathan Olshefski, and First First Run Features are set to theatrically release QUEST, a moving documentary chronicling a close knit, American family. For nearly a decade epically capturing a family living in a neighborhood besieged by inequality and neglect, in … Continue reading North Philly’s “Quest” Rainey featured in riveting documentary, national rollout set

‘Live & Local’ concert series showcases artists of all genres in World Heritage City

  In America’s First World Heritage City, artists of all genres showcase their talent regularly at one of Philadelphia’s premier live performance venues, Coda. Devoted to providing a platform for aspiring performance artists, Coda’s Live & Local concert series features upcoming acts representing an array of music genres including indie rock, electronic, folk, jam bands, pop, and Hip Hop. … Continue reading ‘Live & Local’ concert series showcases artists of all genres in World Heritage City