Arts

Philadelphia Arts Education Fair

Event Details
Date: 
August 31, 2017
The Arts Education Fair is a way for local schools, summer camps, and other organizations that incorporate arts and cultural experiences and instruction in their programming to connect with arts education programs and activities from across the region!

Are you a school, recreation center, or other community organization looking to enhance your arts programming? RSVP today to meet more than 80 cultural organizations!

Representatives from Philadelphia cultural organizations and arts educators will be there ready from 3pm- 6pm to answer your questions about their programs, student performances, and other arts education opportunities.

What You’ll Find:

  • Opportunities for every age group (from Pre-K to older adult), representing all disciplines

  • Choices for every budget

Painting with a Purpose

Event Details
Date: 
August 14, 2016
Price: 
$45.00
Join Painting with a Twist from 2PM to 5PM as you have food and drinks while painting the town!

50% of the proceeds will go towards iSEED inc, a non-profit organization that's designed to help the inner city's youth. Attendees will have the opportunity to paint the town of Warrington in a class taught by Jessica Spadaccino.

Voices of Voting

Event Details
Date: 
July 25, 2016
Price: 
$0.00
Middle/High School students/General Public: Do you enjoy watching the broadway/movies? Voices of Voting is the audience engaging short play that will challenge you to remember the courage of the young men/women who fought for suffrage!

David Bradley, director and play writer of Voices of Voting has tied the personal struggles and political courage of the 60's campaign to secure the vote to the present-day challenge of engaging young people in our electoral process. There will be a "talk back session" of the play that gives the audience the opportunity to interact with the actors and talk about the obstacles that past generations had to overcome to earn the funademental right of suffrage.

 

Dates and times for this event are as followed:

2016 Youth Music Production & Recording Summer Camp

Event Details
Date: 
July 11, 2016
Price: 
$125.00
Weeklong 2016 Youth Music Production & Recording Summer Camp: immerse the youth in the world of audio engineering and music production!

This is a weeklong hands-on camp for the youth aged 12-17 years old. During the 11th through the 15th, participants will learn about topics such as mixing and audio effects through a fun, industry-relevant, and engaging way. Personal laptops and software are allowed, but not required. Includes one healthy daily snack: breakfast and lunch are not included.

Philadelphia Youth Leadership Conference 4th Annual Youth Engagemeng Conference- The Next Level Leaders

Event Details
Date: 
April 25, 2015
Philadelphia Youth Leadership Council is taking it to the next level. Click here to meet the leaders.

Calling all high school youth!

On Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 8:30am-3:30pm, The Philadelphia Youth Leadership Council will be hosting the 4th Annual Youth Engagement Conference featuring The Next Level Leaders at the School of the Future. There will be a panel discussion on Creating Positive Youth Images in the Media. Other activities include resource tables, speed networking, raffles/giveaways and these workshops:

Mysterious Travelers Concert Series featuring Karen Smith

Event Details
Date: 
March 9, 2015
The Free Library of Philadelphia teamed up with Producer's Guild and PJP to unveil their Mysterious Travelers Concert Series. You're invited to see their next installment, Karen Smith Monday, March 9th at Parkway Central Library.

On Monday, March 9th beginning at 7pm, the Free Library of Philadelphia, Producer's Guild and PJP teamed up to bring you the next installment of of their Mysterious Travelers Concert series, Karen Smith. Smith is a percussionist, playwright, director, producer, poet, and educator originally from Brooklyn but a Philadelphian since 1993. Here is your opportunity to meet Smith live in concert at the Parkway Central Library within the Montgomery Auditorium.

The Barnes Museum: PECO Offers Free Tickets

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Date: 
March 1, 2015
The Barnes Museum is hosting a day full of fun family entertainment with informative seminars. Thanks to UAC's Corporate Community Partner PECO, you can request free tickets for your organization by clicking the link above.

UAC would like to thank our Corporate Community Partner PECO for offering free tickets to the Barnes 1st Sunday in March. As you know, each first Sunday of the month, vistors enjoy free admission, familyy entertainment and informative seminars from 10am-6pm at the Barnes. A variety of music themed programming will take place throughout the Barnes on the 1st.

Franklin Institute "Color of Science" Panel Discussion

Event Details
Date: 
March 13, 2015
You are invited to join us in honoring Women's History Month with the Color of Science panel discussion at the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia.

In honor of Women's History Month the Franklin Institute will present their Color of Science Panel Discussion on Friday, March 13th from 6pm-8:30pm at the Franklin Institute. The program will highlight remarkable women in science and demonstrate opportunities for all populations in a variety of careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP) 18Mai Signature Event

Event Details
Date: 
May 16, 2015
Join UAC Program Partner, Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP) for their signature event at the African American Museum of Philadelphia.

On Saturday, May 16, 2015, UAC Program Partner, Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP) will be hosting 18Mai, HPP's signature event to celebrate Annual Haitian Flag Day at the African American Museum of Philadelphia. For more information pertaining to general and VIP tickets, please contact HPP at 267-270-2321 or by email at info@hpphilly.org.