Picasso Project Grants
Posted by Public Citizens for Children and Youth on October 5, 2015
Picasso Project Grants for Innovative Art Based Projects in Schools
The Picasso Project makes grants of up to $5000 to under-resourced public schools, making it possible for teachers to collaborate with artists and community organizations to use the arts to bring instruction to life. The Picasso Project, in conjunction with PCCY, is seeking to support proposals by schools that have promise for expanding arts opportunities for students. Teachers, artists, and community organizations are all encouraged to learn more and submit an application.
Applications are being accepted until November 13th, 2015.
Apply online here, and attend one of the following upcoming Grant Info Sessions to learn more:
10/7 – 5-7:00pm, Northeast Regional Branch, 2228 Cottman Ave
10/14 – 4:30-6:30pm, Widener Library, 2808 West Lehigh Ave
10/15 – 4:45-6:45pm, Kingsessing Branch, 1201 South 51st St
10/19 – 4:45-6:45pm, Fumo Family Branch, 2437 S Broad St
10/22 – 5-7:00pm, West Oak Library, 2000 Washington Lane
10/28 – 4:45-6:45pm, Frankford Branch, 4634 Frankford Ave
Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
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