Applications are now being accepted for Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA)
2016-2017 Project Stream funding.
Funding is now available through the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Partners in the Arts Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts regrant program for art projects & programs in Berks, Schuylkill & Lancaster County. Learn about the grant opportunity, understand the guidelines and how to present your organization in the best light possible.
Please share with any organizations or individuals who may be interested in applying!
This is an informational session that will review the PPA Project Stream funding and application process.
For additional information on applying or to see workshop dates for other counties, please visit our website: Guidelines
Grant Applications are now open - deadline to apply is June 20, 2016
Donate to Berks Arts Council
Berks Arts Council is asking for your support to help us further our mission: To cultivate, promote, and support the arts in our community through collaboration, education, and presentation. Your gift, no matter the size, shows that the arts in our community matter to you.
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Berks Jazz Fest Merchandise
Celebrating 25 Years - Berks Jazz Fest is a must-have for every fan! A 232-page, full-color retrospective chronicling the history of the jazz fest, Celebrating 25 Years features artist anecdotes & recollections, photos, and behind-the-scenes snapshots from 1991 through 2014.
Special, limited-edition Berks Jazz Fest charm!
City Charm Company is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Boscov's Berks Jazz Fest by creating a special, limited edition Berks Jazz Fest charm.
This beautiful slide charm, which fits all major slide bracelets including PANDORA and Trollbeads, is a reminder of 25 years of great memories.
Berks Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate, promote, and support the arts in our community through collaboration, education, and presentation.
Berks Arts Council has been promoting the arts in Berks County since 1969, when a group of local volunteer artists and arts patrons formed an umbrella arts organization to serve the Greater Reading Community.
Berks Arts Council receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.