Village of Arts & Humanities


Village of Arts & Humanities
Village of Arts & Humanities is listed in the Government Services category in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Village of Arts & Humanities which include a Facebook page and a Instagram account. The activity and popularity of Village of Arts & Humanities on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 62.

Contact information for Village of Arts & Humanities is:
2506 N Alder St
Philadelphia, PA 19133
(215) 225-7830
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Village of Arts & Humanities updated their address.

Thank you @PhilaCulturFund for awarding The Village its 2017 Councilman David Cohen Award for arts and social justice!!! Such an honor! Congrats to the whole team! Aviva Kapust El Sawyer Marangeli Mejia Rabell Lillian Dunn Michael O'Bryan Angel Scott Mark Aloysious Strandquist Courtney Bowles Faith Bartley Katia McGuirk Jonny Hopkins Mindy Watts Speciale Susan Smith Saul Behar Brittany Holiday + roosevelt, frank, alan, sally and all our teaching artists and partners.

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“We want people to come with an individual struggle and feel like they’re leaving with a better understanding of their rights and a sense of shared power.” YES! The Reentry Think Tank up on Generocity! Talking about all the things the Think Tank is scheming and dreaming about this year. Big plans in the mix. Exhibits, newspapers, events and actions across the city. We need your help though! Let's partner and make this matter! #prisonsdontwork #everydayreentry #reentrythinktank #abladeofgrass #prisonswithoutwalls
It's not a radical idea. The nonprofit is partnering with providers across the city and introducing empirical perspective to their services.