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.
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
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
Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants of up to $1,000 will provide immediate support for small-scale community projects happening on Pittsburgh’s Northside
Helping people turn ideas into new opportunities for change
Sprout partnered with educators and innovators to open up new pathways of discovery for more Pittsburgh kids
Seeking artists to showcase Pittsburgh’s vibrant community of social practice artists at Open Engagement, a national conference coming to Pittsburgh in April 2015
Pittsburgh communities are taking environmental health and restoration into their own hands through grassroots projects supported by The Sprout Fund.
Sprout seeks a communications professional to help amplify the voice of the organization, its funded projects, and network affiliates in the community
More than 400 teachers, artists, students and learning experts gathered at the Pittsburgh Learning Pathways Summit to exchange ideas and help design new pathways … Read More
Mozelle Thompson was one of the most prolific album cover artists of the 1950s and 60s producing hundreds of classic illustrations for musicians as … Read More