Pew Center for Arts & Heritage: Project Grants
Pew Charitable Trusts
Next predicted deadline: Feb 23, 2024 (Pre proposal)
Later predicted deadlines: Mar 30, 2024 1:00pm PDT (Letter of inquiry)
Grant amount: Up to US $400,000
Fields of work: Performing Arts Film Television Museums & Cultural Institutions Historical Records & Archives Visual Arts Art History Folk/ Traditional Art Public / Community Art Show all
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Project / Program, Exhibitions
Location of project: Counties in Pennsylvania: Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County
Location of residency: Counties in Pennsylvania: Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia County
NOTE: Deadline to contact center staff to express interest in applying and discuss eligibility is represented by the pre proposal deadline above.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage (the Center) makes panel-adjudicated grants in support of the Philadelphia region’s cultural organizations and artists. Through Project grants, the Center’s funding has made possible thousands of performing arts events, history and visual arts exhibitions, and other public programs, while our Pew Fellowships annually provide unrestricted grants to individual artists working in all disciplines.
Project grants are awarded to organizations whose primary mission and defining purpose is the presentation of art and cultural heritage programs for public audiences. Funded projects deliver distinctive, high-quality, and meaningful cultural experiences to Greater Philadelphia’s many communities. These projects also reflect an organizational commitment to multiple perspectives and inclusive practices in program design, development, and impact. (The Center does not fund projects with an education-based or curricular focus or for which the primary audience is students.)
What do Project grant funds support?
Project grants are for making bold ideas happen: bringing artistically and programmatically excellent, ambitious, and substantive performances, exhibitions, or interpretation projects to fruition for diverse publics.
Projects must deliver distinctive, high-quality, and meaningful cultural experiences to the Philadelphia region’s many communities. Projects should reflect an organizational commitment to multiple perspectives and inclusive practices in program design, development, and impact.
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