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Come Learn About the Open Application Process for the PCA’s Regional Partnerships

from Pennsylvania Council on the Arts

Mar 20, 2019

The PA Council on the Arts (PCA) is conducting an open application process for organizations interested in administering its Arts in Education (AIE) and PA Partners in the Arts (PPA) regional partnership programs.

Detailed information on this process, as well as the application guidelines and letters of interest can be found here.

Attend a Workshop!

To learn more about the responsibilities and requirements of the PCA’s regional partner organizations, and the application process, join us at an upcoming workshop.

One workshop will be held in each of the 14 partnership regions. No RSVP necessary.

Schedule and Location of Local Information Workshop:

Friday, March 29

10 a.m.

Region 7 (Berks, Lancaster, and Schuylkill)

Location: St. John’s United Church of Christ, 257 West Walnut Street, Kutztown, PA 19530

About the Programs

Arts in Education (AIE)

The PCA’s Arts in Education (AIE) Division fosters educational excellence through participation in the creative process in schools and community settings. The PCA provides funding for arts in education programming, collects and disseminates relevant information, and offers professional development. The AIE Partnership enables the PCA to work with and through regional partner organizations in order to expand the impact of arts learning across the state and leverage additional local resources. Partners administer artist residencies, provide technical assistance to and professional development for artists, educators, administrators, and parents. Learn more about the PCA’s AIE Division.

PA Partners in the Arts (PPA)

The PCA’s Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) is the regional re-granting program. Regional Partner organizations re-grant state arts funds to support a wide variety of local and community arts projects and programs. Since PPA’s implementation in 1997, the PCA has been able to steadily expand the availability of state arts dollars to many new communities. Thousands of organizations, projects and programs have received funding. By providing local administration and technical support and a streamlined application process, PPA has created unprecedented access to state arts funding.Learn more about PPA Program Stream | Learn more about PPA Project Stream 

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