A South Philadelphia non-profit that brings art to underserved communities is gearing up for its 30-day Celebration of Black Writing Festival and the event kicks off in less than a week.
The 30th annual Celebration of Black Writing festival kicks off in just a few days. It’s 30 days of workshops, cultural events and much more.
A local non-profit will celebrate Women’s History Month with a new exhibit that opens tonight, showcasing the self portraits of young women from Girls’ High.
Ken Scott, president of Beech Companies, handed out twenty $1,000 grants from the Alston-Beech Foundation to area nonprofits.
For the past 28 years, Art Sanctuary has held in Celebration of Black Writing Festival, but this year they’ve made a big change.
Art Sanctuary will host the 28th Annual Celebration of Black Writing Festival beginning next week. The festival will attract leading journalists and authors from all across the nation.
Since 1976, the United States has set aside February as Black History Month. Here’s where to take part in the celebration of African American history, culture and heritage in the Philadelphia area.
A shero is a female hero, someone who has improved the quality of life of those around her and took on tough challenges despite obstacles.
The theme of this year’s celebration is “Let’s Have Some Serious Fun” with over 100 artists, writers, editors, publishers, scholars, spoken-word artists, playwrights, and filmmakers.