Nonprofit

BRAT Productions

Founded in 1996, BRAT Productions is committed to “thinking outside the proscenium” with performance pieces that are surprising and incendiary, entertaining and unsettling. BRAT’s mission is to create an audience of the future by producing theatre that breaks the rules; theatre that tests conventions; theatre that rocks! Over the years, BRAT has established itself as Philadelphia’s most adventurous theatre and is known for using unusual performance venues to enhance original and noteworthy productions. Read more »

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Girls Rock Philly

Girls Rock Philly (GRP) is a non-profit organization presenting Philadelphia’s only rock camp for girls which is now in its fourth summer of teaching junior rockers, ages 9 to 17, how to rock out. This week long camp serves 80 girls from the Greater Philadelphia region, with fifty percent of campers receiving scholarships or financial aid to attend. Read more »

Girls Rock Philly

Girls Rock Philly is a music and mentoring 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering girls and women from the greater Philadelphia region through music education and activities that foster self-respect, leadership skills, creativity, self-expression, critical thinking, and collaboration.  GRP is a founding member of the Girls Rock Camp Alliance.  There are currently over 40 Girls Rock Camps across the world, including over 30 in the U.S.  

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Philadelphia Dance Projects

Philadelphia Dance Projects (PDP) supports contemporary dance through Projects that encourage artists and audiences to more fully participate and engage in the experience and pursuit of dance as an evolving form. Read more »

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The Design Center

As part of the nation’s oldest textile school, The Design Center’s historic textile collection features many artifacts from Philadelphia’s pinnacle as a national center for textile design and manufacturing. Read more »

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The Fairmount Park Art Association

The Fairmount Park Art Association is the nation’s first private, nonprofit organization dedicated to integrating public art and urban planning. Founded in 1872 by concerned citizens who believed that art could play a role in a growing city, the Art Association initially focused on enhancing Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park with sculpture. The organization’s work soon expanded beyond the park to the city as a whole, and today the Art Association commissions, conserves, and interprets public art in neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia. Read more »

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Fairmount Park Art Association
1616 Walnut Street, Suite 2012
Philadelphia, PA 19103-5313
(215) 546-7550

Philagrafika 2010

Philagrafika 2010 was initiated by the Philagrafika organization, formerly known as the Philadelphia Print Collaborative. Read more »

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Philadelphia Young Playwrights

Philadelphia Young Playwrights taps the potential of youth and inspires learning through playwriting.

In the Classroom
A hallmark of Philadelphia Young Playwrights is the Artistic Team — comprised of a classroom teacher and a theatre professional as a teaching artist. The Team works with student writers to inspire collaboration, perseverance, and transformation. Each student in the program writes at least a full scene, and most complete one-act plays. Read more »