What the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy Has in Store for 2021
Posted by City of Philadelphia on December 8, 2020
The past year was a difficult one for Philadelphia’s arts and culture community, including the City’s own Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE). Despite a reduced budget and staff, OACCE has pressed forward with its efforts to support Philadelphia’s diverse arts community, close the gap in access to the arts, and manage the City’s public arts assets.
As 2021 approaches, OACCE is working to reimagine and ramp up its programming.
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