Stretch your donation dollars on Pittsburgh’s Arts Day of Giving, October 2nd and help Sprout do more to support the arts.
What is race really? An exhibition and Hive-funded series of workshops at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History aim to answer that question with … Read More
Sprout and Amizade are excited to announce a new grant opportunity for globally-minded organizations in Pittsburgh.
NEXTPittsburgh recently featured profiles of four local people helping bring big ideas to life in the city, and Sprout’s Cathy Lewis Long is one … Read More
See the Sprout-funded Carrie Deer documentary for the first time–at the site of the Carrie Deer itself!
Sprout Board Member Dan Byers writes for Pittsburgh Articulate about the art projects that are changing how Pittsburgh experiences art, including The Drift.
The Digital Corps is building a network of talented teachers of technology that are helping Pittsburgh youth take digital literacy to the next level.
Would you like to share your wares at this year’s 11th Annual Handmade Arcade? Submit an application today!
For the past year, Pitt researcher Tom Akiva has been studying the Remake Learning Digital Corps and finding interesting, if unexpected, results.
How can Pittsburgh become more globally engaged? Amizade and others have some ideas.
Seed Award grantee Knots on Lots teamed with Bar Marco’s No Menu Monday to show off knotweed as more than just a nuisance.
Citywide campaign expands access to educational opportunities for children and youth in Pittsburgh and connects learning to real world opportunity through the use of … Read More
Ten-year-old fashion designer Amya has found real-world applications for her digital literacy skills, using computers to help in her design work at Maker’s Place … Read More
Meet Jomari and Sylvan, two Digital Corps mentors working to activate digital literacies among youth in neighborhood afterschool programs
Carnegie Mellon University and the National Aviary present “For the Birds”, a stunning visual symphony starring the museum’s birds.