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
To appreciate Pittsburgh’s vibrant neighborhoods, little-known delights, and pockets of lingering decay, sometimes you have to ditch the car.
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
The Sprout Fund is excited to welcome three new interns to support its programs and activities throughout summer 2012.
Marty Levine reports from the re-launch of Spark, a program of The Sprout Fund that is serving the Kids+Creativity Network.
Innovative restaurant serves street food from nations which the United States is currently in conflict—creating dialogue and discussion about foreign policy.
Sprout request for proposals to support an event that would catalyze community action around the many gateways and corridors that connect Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods.
Introductory Notes by Architect and Planner Paul Tellers
At the premier conference for digital media and connected learning, Sprout launched a new directory of the innovative people, projects, and organizations of the … Read More
Bill O’Driscoll reviews the Seed Award supported Building a Better Robot, a book detailing the history of DIY community space The Mr. Roboto Project.
The Sprout Fund has awarded 9 Seed Awards to support grassroots community projects in Fayette and Greene Counties. The program returns in 2012 with … Read More
Marty Levine checks in with Sprout’s co-founders about plans for its second decade, including the expansion of the Spark program to serve the entire … Read More