Pati Hill, Alphabet of Common Objects, c. 1975-79, 45 black and white copier prints, each 11” x 8.5,″ part of Arcadia University Art Gallery's 2015 exhibition Pati Hill: Photocopier. Courtesy Estate of Pati Hill and Arcadia.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage is pleased to announce that the 2017 guidelines for Project grant applications are now available. The Center makes Project grants in two program areas: Exhibitions & Public Interpretation and Performance. Our program areas reflect the increasingly hybrid nature of contemporary practice and the fluid boundaries among and between disciplines in the presentation and interpretation of material and visual culture, and in performance.
For over a decade, Center grant making has supported outstanding work by the Philadelphia region's cultural organizations and artists, including artist-driven and community-based organizations, major civic institutions, and extraordinary artists and curators living and working in our area and around the globe.
In 2016, the Center awarded more than $10 million in grants to Philadelphia-area organizations and individual practitioners, encompassing 36 Project grants; 5 Advancement grants; and 12 Pew Fellowships for individual artists. View the full 2016 grantee list at pcah.us/2016grants.
>> Please visit our Apply page to learn more about the Center's grant making and our application process, and to download a PDF of the 2017 guidelines.
We strongly encourage all potential applicants to review the application guidelines and then make an appointment with Center program staff by October 15, 2016 to discuss project ideas. To schedule an appointment please contact:
Exhibitions & Public Interpretation
Please note these important dates:
November 16, 2016 at 4 p.m.—Letter of Intent to Apply deadline
By December 23, 2016—Notification of invitation to apply
March 1, 2017 at 4 p.m.—Full Project grant applications deadline
Announcements of all Center grant recipients will be made in June 2017.