Art & Social Change
Amplifying Art/ists and resources!
Power Street has launched this virtual hub for social-justice advocacy, resource sharing, and as a creative platform for multidisciplinary artists who embody the change we want to see in this world
Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL)
Parent Artist Advocacy League is a national organization providing resources, support, and solution for the parents and caregivers who are in the performing arts and media industry. Our Advisory Board member Tamanya Garza is the national director of Community & Justice Initiatives. They just released a handbook of best practices for supporting caregivers in the performing arts. There are also grants and other info on the site.
Learn Your Shadow by Ang Bey
Multi-disciplinary artist Ang Bey read this piece of writing during the Digital Rally in 2020, and we instantly fell in love with the intensity and vulnerability of their voice. Jen Cleary filmed and edited a video, and here is a teaser. The entire video will come out on February 9th during the Digital Rally 2021.
To read the text in English, click here>>
To read the text in Spanish, click here>>
Digital Rally Update!
The City of Philadelphia's Arts, Culture and Creative Economy has published the Final Findings Report on what the City's arts and culture need from the City to recover from the crisis due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. It is critical for the City to support the small- and mid-size non-profit organizations that contribute to the City's economy and vibrancy.
Tell your District Councilmember that you support the funding for the arts and cultural organizations>>>
COVID-19 and Vaccination
Here is the latest on the vaccination in the City of Philadelphia.
Go to their website- COVID-19
The City of Philadelphia has started the registration for your to receive the vaccination.
Here is the information sheet we created for Comunidades Conectadas Story Circle (in English & Spanish). There are resources about cost, safety, and places you can get the vaccination.
Power Street Theatre
Founded in 2012, Power Street Theatre (PST) is dedicated to connecting multicultural and intergenerational communities through the performing arts by sharing original stories that innovate and inspire.
Fiscally Sponsored by the Culture Trust of Greater Philadelphia.