Join The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation as we announce our 2022 Grantees and host our first in-person grants celebration since 2019. We will also be celebrating our 2020 and 2021 Grantees and marking the completion of recent Sachs Program-supported renovations to the Annenberg Center’s public spaces.
- Tuesday, May 10, 5:00–7:00pm
- Arts Lounge at the Annenberg Center
3680 Walnut Street
University of Pennsylvania
All are welcome! This event is free and open to the public with remarks scheduled to begin 5:30pm.
Advance registration is requested for this event. Please register using the button link provided below.
Health and Safety
All guests will need to complete a PennOpen Campus Screening prior to or upon arrival. A green PennOpen Campus pass, proof of vaccination, a valid photo ID, and a mask are required for entry. Please note that COVID-19 health and safety requirements are subject to change. Complete and updated information is available on the registration page.
About the event
Learn about a range of creative projects supported by Sachs Program grants this year and mingle with your friends and colleagues. Groove to DJ Skeme Richards spinning vinyl, and food by the fantastic El Merkury.
This year we will be funding artists and creative projects in seven categories including, for the first time, Community Partnership Grants and Alumni Art Awards. Other categories this year are Project Grants, Artist Residency Grants, Curricular Grants, Independent Creative Production Grants and Student Grants.
Also on view: Primary Prism, the recently commissioned 3-story indoor mural by artist Isaac Tin Wei Lin, and Mark Stockton: 100 People, the second exhibition in the Annenberg Center’s new Arts Lounge gallery space.
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation was established by Penn Alumni Keith and Kathy Sachs to support the arts at Penn.
Special thanks to the Penn Live Arts.
Event Design by Elaine Lopez.