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.
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.
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
Seed Award winner CSAPGH is featured in the New York Times in an article on the growing trend of “canvas to wall” locally-sourced art … Read More
A film about the wreck of the steamship Chelyuskin is the newest project from 2012 Seed Award recipient Emily Newman.
Seed Award project Knit the Bridge prepares to cover the Andy Warhol Bridge crossing the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh with fabric art knitted … Read More
Seed Award project manager and Saxifrage School founder Tim Cook shared his vision for a new paradigm in higher education on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s … Read More
Writing in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Laura Szepesi visits the Connellsville Historical Museum, a new cultural asset made possible in part by a Sprout Seed … Read More
Writing on boingboing, Dean Putney pages through the latest edition of Unicorn Mountain, a Seed Award supported comics, writing, art, and music anthology.
Tammy Ryan wins American Theatre Critics Association 2012 Francesca Primus Prize for “Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods,” a play that started its life … Read More
The City Paper visits Assemble and talks to founder Nina Marie Barbuto about her Spark-supported Learning Parties
Connellsville Caboose Welcome Center on the northern trailhead of the Yough River Trail opens Tuesday, June 5, 2012