St. Augustine Academy ($1,523)
Funding will support a two-week summer camp designed to expose children ages 7-10 to global cultures, history, and art forms.
Meredith Beck ($1,476)
Funding will support the creation of “The F Word,” a performance work that re-tells of the history of women's rights in America through popular music.
Nancy's House ($1,460)
Funding will support “Holding On and Letting Go,” a one-day retreat for family caregivers that will use dance and clay work as healing arts.
Philomusica of Delaware Valley ($1,444)
Funding will support performances of “With Every Breath,” a collaborative concert-length work for tenor, chorus, piano and percussion composed by Gayle Wieand in honor of the Chorale’s 40th Anniversary.
Lou Walinsky ($1,429)
Funding will support three concerts of “Piano Works: Solo Piano Interpretations of Songs from The Great American Songbook and Beyond,” arranged and performed by musician Lou Walinsky.
The Center for Loss and Bereavement ($1,397)
Funding will support provide specialized art therapy for grieving individuals in the Greater Philadelphia area.
ArtFusion 19464 ($1,382)
Funding will support a 20-week art therapy session to empower and support domestic abuse survivors in the tri-county area.
Pulley & Buttonhole Theatre Company ($1,366)
Funding will support three plays for Pulley & Buttonhole Theatre Company’s 2019-20 season.
Academy Community Concerts Association ($1,350)
Funding will support "New Beginnings and Birthday Celebrations," a series of three classical music events.
Friends of St. Paul's Elkins Park ($1,303)
Funding will support the 2019-20 concert season with a focus on African-American music as it relates to Cheltenham local history.
Beacon Theatre Productions ($1,200)
Funding will support the development and performance a new historical play called "Under the Bonnet" about the work of women’s rights activist Lucretia Mott.
Pottstown Dance Theatre ($1,177)
Funding will support performances of a new work by choreographer Michelle Jones Wurtz and pianist Jeff Nations.
Pennsylvania Environmental Council ($1,130)
Funding will support TRAILOFF, which incorporates storytelling and narrative experiences into a free-to-download mobile app for the Circuit Trails.
Jenkintown School District ($1,099)
Funding will support the art program at Jenkintown Middle School and High School to develop a variety of community-engaging public art projects.
Natural Lands ($420)
Funding will support an adapted performance of Bram Stroker’s “Dracula,” using only Stoker’s original text of diary entries, letters and newspaper articles.
Magee Rehabilitation Hospital ($1,166)
Funding will support Magee’s Art Therapy program, which uses the creative process of art-making to improve the physical, cognitive and emotional well-being of patients recovering from devastating injuries and diseases.
WHYY, Inc. ($1,166)
Funding will support the WHYY Media Labs after-school program, which teaches video production to underserved K-12 students as a tool for increasing students' engagement and learning.
People's Emergency Center ($1,155)
Funding will support the annual Lancaster Avenue Jazz & Arts Community Festival for a one-day celebration of Philadelphia’s jazz history and the continuing revitalization and storied history of West Philadelphia neighborhoods.
Mamadele Foundation ($1,108)
Funding will support the development of a pilot of a program to bring Afro-Brazilian music arts into Philadelphia public schools through in-school performances and after-school workshops.
Aspiring Young Artists Project ($1,096)
Funding will support the fifth year of an intensive songwriting and mentorship program for Philadelphia high school students.
Philadelphia Asian American Film & Filmmakers ($1,096)
Funding will support an photography exhibition of individuals who have been affected by negative propaganda.
Team Sunshine Performance Corporation ($1,096)
Funding will support performances of “¡BIENVENIDOS BLANCOS!,” a bilingual, devised theater work that examines the notion of “whiteness” and its role in shaping contemporary Cuban and Cuban-American identity.
Young Women Composers Camp ($1,073)
Funding will support the two-week summer camp that educates and provides dedicated mentorship to young female composers ages 14-19.
Delaware River Waterfront Corporation ($1,061)
Funding will support the American premiere of “Ghost Ship,” a large-scale installation piece by Romanian Artist Mihai Baba.
Kala Hagopian ($1,061)
Funding will support a collaborative mural project with The Eco Mural Project and John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge.
Olivia Hughart ($1,061)
Funding will support the 2nd annual Key of She Jazz Conference in Philadelphia, designed to recognize and celebrate the contributions of women in jazz.
Raw Street Productions ($1,061)
Funding will support performances of “The Eighth Fish of Christmas,” a holiday story about inclusion and the bonds and insanity that all families share.
Nunera Amun ($1,056)
Funding will support the development of “What is a Black Man?," a theater work about four African-American teenage friends living in inner-city Philadelphia.
Academy at Palumbo High School ($1,050)
Funding will support Academy at Palumbo’s fourth annual musical theater production for students and the community.
Funding will support the creation of a large collaborative fabric mural at the Bok Building created by immigrant and refugee communities in Philadelphia.
Funding will support ArtistYear’s in-school teaching artists program at low-income Philadelphia public schools.
Funding will support a three-concert retrospective featuring the music of George Crumb at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
First Presbyterian Church in Germantown ($1,038)
Funding will support the McLean Memorial Pipe Organ Centennial Concert Series, featuring a series of concerts and community outreach programs celebrating the largest church organ in Philadelphia.
Karen Smith ($1,038)
Funding will support a twelve-week workshop series and culminating performance incorporating drumming, storytelling, poetry and dancing.
Funding will support Circadium’s free monthly works-in-progress performance series showcasing artists from a variety of disciplines.
Fourth Grade Project ($1,015)
Funding will support an in-school program that uses art and personal narratives to reduce prejudice and build empathy and acceptance in the classroom and school community.
Lyra Society ($1,003)
Funding will support the Lyra Society's Glissando Project, provides free harp lessons for Philadelphia students.
Norris Square Neighborhood Project ($1,003)
Funding will support the creation of a community mural with the themes of empowerment, diversity and individuality.
Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation ($1,003)
Funding will support Year 3 of the Chinatown Stories project, including art workshops, a community exhibitions and digital and physical publications.
The Friends of Laurel Hill and West Laurel Hill Cemeteries ($1,003)
Funding will support four outdoor performances of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” in collaboration with REV Theatre Company.
Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theater ($1,003)
Funding support the development of “INK,” an improvised show inspired by stories of tattoos and other personal symbols.
Uplift Center for Grieving Children ($1,003)
Funding will support the Center’s ongoing art programming, intended to foster relationships between children and caregivers and provide an outlet youth expression.
Kaleid Theatre ($991)
Funding will support the creation of “Project Kaleidocollaborate,” a communal knowledge-generation project.
Project HOME ($991)
Funding will support the Teaching Artist Training Initiative, that involves workshops, mentorship and an artist-in-residency program.
Tiny Dynamite ($991)
Funding will support the American premiere of “Jess and Joe Forever,” a play by English playwright Zoe Cooper, in June 2020.
Beyond the Bars ($980)
Funding will support Beyond the Bars, a music program for youth who have been impacted by incarceration.
Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation ($980)
Funding will support the establishment of a Creative Immersion project that encourages the creative voices of youth to uplift communities.
Scott Ordway ($980)
Funding will support the release of Scott Ordway’s debut full-length recording, featuring the 55-minute composition "Nineteen Movements for Unaccompanied Cello."
Seger Dog Park Owners Association ($980)
Funding will support Woofstock, a free weekly summer concert series at Seger Dog Park.
William Way LGBT Community Center ($980)
Funding will support the expansion of the Center’s our Arts and Culture programming to include bi-monthly art education and artist talks presented in tandem with bi-monthly art exhibitions.
Andy Thierauf ($968)
Funding will support a year-long project of informal meetups, educational workshops and curated performances of experimental interactive media.
Ben Feldman ($968)
Funding will support Noony Tunes, a free lunch-time concert series held at the Good Karma Cafe in the Wilma Theater.
Ninth Planet ($968)
Funding will support a new residency for young artists and professional theatre creators to build shared practices and collaborate on forthcoming Ninth Planet performances.
DaVinci Art Alliance ($956)
Funding will support “[The Portrait Project],” a community arts project that provides artistic experiences for Philadelphia seniors facing memory loss as a result of Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Warrior Writers ($956)
Funding will support the development of improvisational performance pieces that integrate veterans’ poetry with music to be presented to the public at the Kimmel Center.
Interfaith Philadelphia ($575)
Funding will support Interfaith Philadelphia’s continued collaboration with the Aquinas Center in South Philadelphia to present art programs that explore themes of identity and /cultural understanding.
Jessica Warchal-King ($575)
Funding will support the development and presentation of HOMEbody, a contemporary dance piece inspired by leaving and returning to one’s geographical location and/or physical body
Moonstone, Inc. ($575)
Funding will support New Voices: Philadelphia’s Emerging Poets, a reading series and publication that highlights high school and college-aged young poets.
Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival ($503)
Funding will support free movie screenings at Penn’s Landing that incorporate environmental films and showcase trailers for the Philadelphia Environment Film Festival.