The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today's most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and stimulate civic life.
The Heritage Philadelphia Program supports history exhibitions and programs and the preservation of historic buildings in the Philadelphia region. The program is part of the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage and is administered by the University of the Arts. It invests in projects that are grounded in contemporary scholarship and engaging for local residents as well as tourists.
The Heritage Philadelphia Program funds projects that connect history to the present. Many projects tell compelling stories on present-day topics through partnerships between history organizations and artists or community organizations.
Heritage Philadelphia Program grants are awarded on a competitive basis and are selected by a distinguished national panel of experts in the fields of museum and historic site management, preservation architecture, exhibitions and interpretive programming.
To learn more, visit the Heritage Philadelphia Program Web site.
Photo of Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial’s Sanctuary, Philadelphia.
Apr 30, 2008 - Mount Vernon, the House of Seven Gables, Hearst Castle: We have read about these historic houses, and maybe even visited them. Most likely, we have also been to one of the other historic houses in America. Some thrive, but many are barely solvent. These two articles describe how some redefined their role in the community—and thus stayed true to their mission and purpose.
Sep 01, 2006 - The new Philadelphia Center for Arts and Heritage helps the Trusts’ Artistic Initiatives better pool their individual strengths and serve the local arts scene.
Stay updated with Pew News Now! We invite you to sign up to receive our weekly e-mail newsletter.
Sign Up Today
Receive Pew's weekly newsletter, Pew News Now, in your inbox each Wednesday and learn more about our program work improving public policy, informing the public and stimulating civic life.
A decade ago, the Pew Oceans Commission found that America’s oceans were in crisis. What has happened since?
The Pew Charitable TrustsTel: 215.575.9050 PATel: 202.552.2000 DCEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
About The Pew Charitable Trusts:
Pew on the Web:
The Pew Charitable Trusts. All rights reserved.
Privacy, Legal and Cookie Policies