It’s time again for the Mozilla Festival in London, and Hive Pittsburgh is there to share Pittsburgh’s best learning innovations!
Urban Hike makes the unfamiliar familiar out of their comfort zones and introduces them to the quirky, endearing things their city has to offer.
For the next ten days, we’re going to be revealing some of our favorite Grand Ideas from the last 12 years.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profile’s Carnegie International co-curator Dan Byers, talking about his lifelong love of art.
Ruthie Stringer of Transformazium talks about the opening of the Braddock Carnegie Library’s Art Lending Collection on Sunday.
Sprout founders and Remake Learning members, Cathy Lewis Long and Matt Hannigan, talk about how they got to where they are.
The Art Lending Library opens this Sunday. WESA reports on the opening celebration, All You Can Art.
After six years of volunteer efforts, The Millvale Community Library opens with a daylong celebration.
Penn State Extension’s Sprout-seeded urban garden demonstrates strategies for organic gardening in the city.
A donation to Sprout helps programs working to keep Pittsburgh at the forefront of energy efficiency and renewability.
Learn more about Sprout’s support of local film and video projects at our free Happy Hour on September 26.
Pop City Media features a profile of Adam Nelson of City of Play, discussing the history of his organization and the City of Play … Read More
Seed Award project, Touch Art speaks with two regional sight-impaired artists about their work and upcoming show in New Brighton, PA.
The Sprout Fund announces a new program and new position, helping out-of-school teachers better integrate technology into their lesson plans.
Jan Glick of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh speaks in the Pittsburgh Business Times this week about the key to making nonprofit … Read More