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The Bartol Foundation makes grants to Philadelphia arts organizations and/or projects that focus on arts education programs by and for the communities they serve through:
As part of our support for teaching artists, the Bartol Foundation, in partnership with the Marrazzo Family Foundation, makes Teaching Artist Micro-Grant awards of $1,000 to help teaching artists complete community-based arts education projects that are underway and/or to support their own professional development as a teaching artist. The next Teaching Artist Micro-Grant opportunity will be in early 2023.
The George Bartol Arts Education Award was established in 2001 to recognize outstanding arts education programs by a non-profit cultural organization. Each year, a grant of $5,000 is made in memory of George Bartol, founder of the Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation, who believed that the key to a thriving arts community was an investment in arts education. As part of its annual grant review process, the Foundation designates one grantee to receive this additional award of $5,000 to further support its arts education programs. The organization selected provides sustained, meaningful participation in the arts; that demonstrates an active engagement in the lives of its students and community; and that maintains high artistic standards for its faculty and students. This year’s award is made possible in part through gifts from Mr. Bartol’s children.
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© 2024 Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation
1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102