The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation will host an information session to discuss our 2024 Community Partnerships Grants and answer questions about the application process and how proposed projects might align with our grantmaking priorities and criteria.
Co-hosted by Sachs Program staff and former grantees, this event will be presented in The Arts Lounge at the Annenberg Center on Thursday, November 16, noon–1 PM.
This event is free and open to the University of Pennsylvania community. Free coffee and donuts will be available. Registration is encouraged, but is not required to attend.
- Thursday, November 16, 2023
- 12:00–1:00 PM
- The Arts Lounge at the Annenberg Center
3680 Walnut St. (enter from the South Plaza)
University of Pennsylvania
Sachs Program Community Partnerships Grants
At the beginning of October 2023, The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation announced the opening of the 2023–2024 annual grant cycle, which includes a February 5, 2024, application deadline for 2024 Community Partnerships Grants.
The Sachs Program Community Partnerships Grants support collaborations between Penn faculty, staff, programs, departments, and centers, and community arts and civic non-profit organizations and organizers—to cultivate meaningful partnerships between Penn and its surrounding communities.
Including Community Partnerships Grants, our 2023–2024 annual grant cycle offers grant opportunities in five categories.
- Artist Residency Grants
- Community Partnerships Grants
- Curricular Support Grants
- Independent Creative Production Grants
- Project Support Grants
Please note an additional information session for reviewing all Sachs Program 2024 Annual Grants apart from Community Partnerships Grants is scheduled for Thursday, November 9, 4–6 PM.
The Sachs Program also offers grant opportunities for students with our Student Grants, which follow a slightly different schedule during the annual grant cycle.
All Sachs Program grants support innovative arts activities throughout the University of Pennsylvania community, aligned with our mission to support and inspire creative practice and practitioners across the university and our broader community.
Complete information about all grant opportunities and guidelines can be found on the Sachs Program website.