What What Why’s performance storytelling program is starting up and looking for people to get involved.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette features a story on the Braddock Carnegie Library’s Art Lending Collection, a hit from this year’s International.
The Art Lending Collection at the Braddock Carnegie Library is giving you a chance to be part of the art–enter a creative, original photo … Read More
Sprout catches up with Chad Hunter, the man behind the Silents, Please! program at Dormont’s Hollywood Theater.
Touch Art, a 2013 Seed Award project, is looking for interested artist-teachers to take part in their educator accessibility workshop on January 16th.
Sprout takes a look back at a wonderful year of projects and people that make Pittsburgh such a special place to live, taking a … Read More
Sprout looks back at 2013’s memorable projects, stopping off for lunch at Conflict Kitchen which moved from a tiny East Liberty storefront to a … Read More
Sprout continues to look back at a wonderful year of projects and people that make Pittsburgh such a special place to live, focusing on … Read More
After an extensive review process, The Sprout Fund has selected Aspie Seeks Love, Fursonas and Give Us A Chance–Pittsburgh Punk to receive $10,000 awards. … Read More
As 2013 comes to a close, Sprout takes a few days to look back on a year of amazing projects, beginning with Knit the … Read More
35 great ideas still in the mix to win grants of $10,000 for new film & video projects.
Part concert. Part quiz show. 100% good times.
A look back at film and video projects we’ve supported as we near the November 8th funding deadline for Community Film & Video Projects.
Annette Sandberg’s two-minute time lapse of the Knit the Bridge installation shows of great public art in our beautiful city.
The directors of Hive New York, Chicago, and Pittsburgh had a conversation at the MozFest in London to share ideas.