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Ten years ago, Mike Carroll was part of a small group of performers that received a Seed Award from The Sprout Fund to create the … Read More
Sprout announces matching funds available to all Neighbor-to-Neighbor projects through ioby crowdfunding campaigns.
Prompted by gentrification in Pittsburgh, Joy Katz and Cynthia Croot gave 100 artists $10 each – then tracked where the bills were spent across … Read More
Sprout announces the third round of grants to support community projects advancing the One Northside Vision.
Café con Leche is a Latino event series that aims “to connect the Pittsburgh Latino community, promote Latino culture in Pittsburgh, and be a … Read More
The Sprout Fund is partnering with the Buhl Foundation on the One Northside intiative to celebrate and revitalize all that Pittsburgh’s Northside has to … Read More
Pittsburgh artists join an international conference in their own backyard to explore the relationship between art, community, and social issues.
Portraits and play on a chilly spring day.
Sprout announces the second round of grants to support community projects advancing the One Northside Vision.
From seasonal restaurant menus and community support agriculture to urban beekeeping and action to combat food deserts, there’s been a renewed interest in food … Read More
When Pittsburgh writer and artist David Matthews was diagnosed with Asperger’s at age 41, his life finally started to make sense. He’d always felt … Read More
Sprout announces the first round of grants to support community projects advancing the One Northside Vision.
The Allentown Learning & Engagement Center has been a host site for Remake Learning Digital Corps for two seasons. Now the young people have … Read More
Following the collapse of the steel industry, the Carrie Furnaces in Rankin, PA has emerged as a site for artistic exploration and expression.
The Literary Arts Boom is a place where Pittsburgh kids can explode with creative expression