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  • Title: Partners for Sacred Places: Home
    Descriptive info: .. Partners for Sacred Places.. About Us.. Regional Offices.. Chicago Office.. Chicago Advisory Board.. Philadelphia Office.. Advisory Committee Members.. Texas Office.. Texas Advisory Board.. Staff Directory.. Programs.. Arts in Sacred Places.. What Is AiSP?.. How Does AiSP Work?.. Who Can Participate in AiSP?.. What Are the Benefits of AiSP?.. AiSP FAQs.. AiSP Training.. AiSP Success Stories.. Food in Sacred Places.. New Dollars/New Partners.. One-Day New Dollars/New Partners.. Public Value Tool.. Success Stories.. Workshops.. Research.. Exemplars Project.. The Halo Effect of Historic Sacred Places.. Consulting.. Adaptive or Community Use.. Capital Campaign Consulting.. Economic Valuation.. Resources.. Bookstore.. Free Articles Tutorials.. Fundraising Guide.. Guide to Serving Families in Sacred Places.. Useful Links.. Professional Alliance Directory.. Sacred Places Magazine.. Membership.. Giving Societies.. Professional Alliance.. News Events.. Partners In The News.. Spotlight Archive.. Determining the best professional to bring in on a project can be difficult.. Partners' Professional Alliance.. [more].. Training - New Dollars/New Partners.. Please contact Partners with any questions.. (215) 567-3234 partners@sacredplaces.. org How Is The.. Published up to four times a year, Sacred Places is Partners for Sacred Places' magazine that provides.. What is Making Homes for the Arts in Sacred Places?.. What started out as a simple question - is there interest among historic sacred places and arts organizations.. Research and Public Policy.. Partners’ foray into research began in the late 1990s with discussion among staff, board members, and.. Featured Articles.. Partners’ Spotlight.. Texas Sacred Places Project website.. is live!.. First Presbyterian in Galveston, TX.. This online database and website houses information about historic sacred places in the state of Texas.. Guided by a steering committee of historians, preservationists, architects, academics and clergy, the project was developed to preserve and document a vital component of the state’s past.. Through the unique stories that Texas’ historic houses of worship  ...   Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church in South Philadelphia.. Click to see some photos on Facebook of the site and from the charette we held to brainstorm ideas for the Design Center.. Partners and Urban Tree Connection are working together with Ward AME in Philadelphia to create a garden on land next to the church as part of our Food in Sacred Places pilot program.. Volunteers from UTC, Ward, and Ursinus College came together recently to begin clearing land to make room for raised boxes.. Visit UTC's Facebook page to see pictures and learn a little more about the project.. Re-using Closed Churches in Johnstown, PA.. UPDATE: Preservation Pennsylvania Honors Non-profit.. The.. Steeples Project.. , a non-profit that will oversee the care of three closed churches in Johnstown, was recently awarded the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission Annual Theme Award for its work to save these wonderful historic resources.. Read more about the award.. here.. , as well as the.. Steeples Project's press release.. Then head to our.. Johnstown page.. for more on the whole story.. Events Calendar.. Nov 2013.. M.. T.. W.. F.. S.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. Partners' Twitter.. After shopping on.. #blackfriday.. , make.. #time.. to.. #volunteer.. #sacredplaces.. will always welcome a helping hand this time of year.. #HALO.. 12:30:50 PM November 15, 2013.. from web.. Reply.. Retweet.. Favorite.. #Cheers.. to the people who have served in armed service both here and abroad; to all of the.. #veterans.. , we.. #thankyou.. #VeteransDaySalute.. 04:38:12 PM November 11, 2013.. Copyright 2013 Partners for Sacred Places.. All Rights Reserved.. Site Map.. Contact.. Donate Now.. Philadelphia Web Design.. Company..

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  • Title: Regional Offices | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Partners For Sacred Places.. Who We Are.. Partners offers training, technical assistance and capital improvement grants through its Philadelphia, Chicago, and Texas Offices..

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  • Title: Chicago Office | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Since it opened its doors in 2008, the Chicago Office has worked with more than 500 community-serving congregations representing the religious, racial, ethnic and socio-economic diversity of the City.. The office has built strategic relationships with local faith leaders, lay leaders, community leaders, universities, seminaries, public officials, foundations and philanthropists.. These collaborations have been instrumental in the successful local rollouts of Partners’ trainings, programs, research and consulting services, including.. ,.. Making Homes for the Arts in Sacred Places.. The Halo Effect.. and, in 2014,.. When Partners announced the launch of the Chicago Office, it was with an eye toward adapting our work to serve the city in a way that respected and reflected what makes Chicago unique.. From the outset, Partners’ President Bob Jaeger identified three key differences:.. The people of Chicago are highly aware—and proud—of their architecture, perhaps more so than in any other city.. The downtown Loop are is laced with magnificent buildings by luminaries such as Louis Sullivan, Daniel Burnham and Mies van der Rohe, and Chicago’s neighborhoods are marked by countless domes and steeples built  ...   sacred places as engines of community growth and health.. Partners’ message about the “public value” of sacred places — the way they share space to house social service programs and the way they stabilize their immediate neighborhoods — resonates strongly here.. Our commitment to tailoring our work to the needs of diverse communities continues — and has expanded.. As the office grows, our work has taken us into the city’s suburbs and collar counties, into neighboring states and across the Midwest.. In each congregation and in each community that we work, we commit ourselves to tailoring programs, training, research and consulting services to address local cultures, challenges and opportunities.. To view the list of Chicago Advisory Board members,.. click here.. For more information, please contact.. Gianfranco Grande, Director.. 866.. 796.. 0297, x24 [toll free].. 312.. 933.. 0611 [mobile].. ggrande@sacredplaces.. org.. Amy Schachman, Associate Director.. 0297, x93 [toll free].. 847.. 436.. 2500 [mobile].. aschachman@sacredplaces.. Mariam Thiam, Project Manager for.. 0297, x97 [toll free].. mthiam@sacredplaces.. 401 South LaSalle Street.. Suite 1100.. Chicago, IL 60605.. 0297 [toll free].. 786.. 1394 [fax].. chicago@sacredplaces..

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  • Title: Chicago Advisory Board | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Chicago Regional Office Advisory Board Members.. Rolf Achilles.. Curator, Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows School of the Art Institute of Chicago.. Rabbi Michael Balinsky.. Executive Vice-President, Chicago Board of Rabbis.. Joel D.. Bookman.. Director of Programs, LISC Chicago.. Aja Carr.. Political Director, Sheila Simon for Illinois.. Suzanne Germann.. Director of Grants and Easements, Landmarks Illinois.. Eleanor Gorski.. Assistant Commissioner/Director of Historic Preservation, City of Chicago.. Gunny Harboe.. AIA, Principal, Harboe Architects, P.. C.. Corlis  ...   Pastor, Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church.. Suzanne Morgan.. Sacred Space Ambassador, Council for a Parliament of the World s Religions.. Michael P.. Mosher, JD.. Attorney at Law, Mosher Associates.. Joan Pomaranc.. Program Director, American Institute of Architects, Chicago Chapter.. Father John Sanaghan.. Senior Pastor, St.. Matthias Parish.. Pastor David W.. Watkins III.. , Greater Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church.. For more information about Partners Chicago Office, please contact Gianfranco Grande, Director of the Chicago Office at..

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  • Title: Philadelphia Office | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Participants in a “New Dollars/New Partners” training program do some asset mapping to identify opportunities for new programs and partnerships.. Our Work.. New Dollars/New Partners for Your Sacred Place.. Arch Street UMC.. First Unitarian Church.. Holy Trinity Romanian Orthodox.. Old St.. Joseph’s.. Overbrook Presbyterian.. Shiloh Baptist Church.. Society  ...   Social Services Hosted by Congregations.. Breaking Bread.. Neighborhood Bike Works.. Kinder Academy.. Art Sanctuary.. West Kensington Ministry.. For more information about the work of the Philadelphia Office, call Daniel Duffy at 215.. 567.. 3234, ext.. 18, or via email:.. dduffy@sacredplaces.. 1700 Sansom Street, 10th Floor.. Philadelphia, PA 19103..

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  • Title: Philadelphia Advisory Committee | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Philadelphia Advisory Committee.. The Rev.. Dr.. Roy Almquist, St.. Peter s Church in the Great Valley.. Charles B.. Casper, Esq.. , Montgomery, McCracken, Walker Rhoads, LLP.. Larry Ceisler, Ceisler Media and Issue Advocacy.. Helen Cunningham, Samuel S.. Fels Fund.. The Reverend Yvette B.. Davis, Asbury UMC.. Scott Doyle, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.. James Flaherty.. Melissa Jest, Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia.. Emanuel Kelly, Kelly/Maiello,  ...   Program, Inc.. Roger Moss, Director Emeritus, Athenaeum of Philadelphia.. Michael Stern, Design Technologies Program, Community College of Philadelphia.. Monica Taylor, Development and Alumni Relations, University of Delaware.. The Reverend Mark Tyler.. Geraldine Wang, Environment and Communities, William Penn Foundation.. Eric Wilden, Neighborhood Interfaith Movement.. David Winkowski, Stradley Ronon Steverns Young, LLP.. For more information about the Philadelphia Office, contact Daniel Duffy, at 215.. 3234 x18 or..

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  • Title: Texas Office | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Partners for Sacred Places brings our national programs, resources, and expertise to north central Texas, in collaboration with local faith, community, and historic preservation leaders.. What does the Texas Office provide?.. Exterior of Grace United Methodist Church, Dallas, TX.. Information.. Resource center of published materials.. Clearinghouse of experts and resource organizations.. Education.. Presentations and seminars.. Entry-level consultation.. Intensive.. for Your Sacred Place.. training.. Partners also seeks to develop new projects with local and regional organizations around community development, congregational development, history and culture, and economic development.. Partners can help convene stakeholders and provide national contacts, and expertise  ...   organizations have worked to bring Partners to Fort Worth, led by local architect and civic leader James Nader, FAIA.. Suzanne Yowell and Alison Hernandez, assisted by an.. advisory board.. of community leaders and a roster of dedicated experts in construction, stewardship, and community ministry, bring Partners services to the region.. For more information about Partners Texas Office, please contact.. Suzanne Yowell, Director.. 315.. 4840, x252 [toll free].. syowell@sacredplaces.. Alison Hernandez, Program Coordinator.. ahernandez@sacredplaces.. 6040 Camp Bowie Boulevard.. Suite 62.. Fort Worth, Texas 76116.. 4840 [toll free].. 817.. 378.. 9703 [fax].. http://www.. sacredplacestexas.. blogspot.. com.. Visit our Facebook page!..

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  • Title: Texas Advisory Board | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Texas Regional Office Advisory Board Members.. Kenneth Barr.. Cynthia Boyd.. Diane Bumpas.. Richard H.. Bundy, AIA.. Kris Calvert.. Louise B.. Carvey.. Robert I.. Fernandez.. Donald Gatzke, AIA.. Marty Leonard.. James R.. Nader, FAIA,.. Chair.. Robert F.. Pence, PE.. The Reverend Brenda W.. Weir.. Ex Officio.. Fernando Costa.. Randle Harwood.. William J.. Thornton, Jr.. For more information about Partners Texas office, please contact Suzanne Yowell, Director, Texas Office, at..

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  • Title: Staff Directory | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: Board of Directors.. The Reverend Dr.. Thomas F.. Pike,.. Chair Emeritus.. Wilson Goode, Sr.. ,.. A.. Robert Jaeger,.. President.. Roy G.. Almquist,.. Secretary.. John Asher, Jr.. Eugene C.. Bay.. David R.. Cooper.. John J.. DiIulio, Jr.. , Ph.. D.. Vice Chair.. Thomas E.. Frank.. Sally Harris.. Henry G.. Hart.. The Reverend Pierce W.. Klemmt.. The Reverend Katherine Glaze Lyle.. Corlis S.. Treasurer.. James B.. Straw, AIA.. David J.. Winkowski, Esq.. Gordon R.. Woodrow.. Founding Board Members.. Nancy Arnon Agnew.. Holly Harrison Fiala.. The Reverend Thomas Phelan.. Stanley M.. Smith.. Anthony C.. Wood.. Robert Jaeger.. bjaeger@sacredplaces.. 215-567-3234, ext.. 12.. Bob holds a Master s degree in preservation planning from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.. Prior to co-founding Partners for Sacred Places in 1989, Bob worked with the Philadelphia Historic Preservation Corporation as Senior Vice President for the Historic Religious Properties Program.. He is the co-author of.. Sacred Places at Risk.. (1998) and.. Strategies for Stewardship and Active Use of Older and Historic Religious Properties.. (1996), author of.. Sacred Places in Transition.. (1994), and editor (from 1985 to 1989) of.. Inspired.. , a bi-monthly magazine with news and technical articles on religious property preservation.. Tuomi Joshua Forrest.. tforrest@sacredplaces.. Executive Vice President.. 13.. Tuomi has offered technical advice and consultation to thousands of congregations of all faiths on the care and active community use of their historic religious buildings since joining Partners in 1997.. He has contributed to publications such as.. (1998),.. Open the Doors: A Guide to Serving Families in Sacred Places.. (2001), and.. Your Sacred Place is a Community Asset: A Tool Kit to Attract New Resources and Partners.. (2002), and he has also spoken at many conferences and workshops around the country.. He is a lead designer and trainer for Partners.. program and currently oversees all of Partners programming efforts, including the development of regional office and grant funds.. Previously, Tuomi worked at the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia and as an architectural photographer.. He received an M.. in American Studies from the University of Virginia and a B.. in Political Science from Haverford College.. Gianfranco Grande.. Senior Vice President.. (866) 796-0297, ext.. 24.. Gianfranco brings over ten years of experience in development and management of nonprofit organizations, from startups to agencies with annual budgets exceeding $45 million.. He served as Principal of Philantropia, Ltd.. , Executive Director and President of First Step Foundation, and Vice President of Notre Dame High School.. A graduate in literature and philosophy from the University of Rome, Gianfranco worked for many years as the foreign editor at a major Italian magazine, and he has published several works of fiction and nonfiction.. He is Chairman of the Board for the “Education Center,” a nonprofit organization in the Greater Chicago area, as well he a founding board member of the Linardakis Foundation.. Gianfranco is also a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Chicago Chapter.. Alison Cornish.. acornish@sacredplaces.. Senior Director of Programs.. 11.. Alison brings her backgrounds in both historic preservation and ministry to her work at Partners.. She holds a B.. in Art and Architectural History from Wellesley College, an M.. in Conservation of Buildings from the University of York (UK), and an MDiv from Andover Newton Theological School.. She has served as a project manager, researcher, and consultant for municipalities, museums, and nonprofit organizations working to conserve and interpret their historic sites.. After completing seminary, Alison was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister, and served congregations on Long Island, NY.. She worked with Partners as a trainer in the.. program before joining the staff in 2013.. Karen DiLossi.. kdilossi@sacredplaces.. Director of.. 16.. Karen has a B.. in History and Drama from Washington College and an M.. in Theatre from Villanova University.. She has worked professionally in theatre since 2000, both onstage and off, serving as actress, stage manager, director, producer, administrator, and manager.. Her directing credits include.. Jump/Cut.. Twelfth Night.. Tartuffe.. , and.. Pounding Nails.. She is the co-Artistic Director of Madhouse Theater Company, and serves as the secretary of the Board of Directors for Flashpoint Theatre Company; she is also a panelist for the Philadelphia Cultural Fund.. As the Director of Programs Services for  ...   her education and work experience at the University City Historical Society and the Common Press Print Shop.. She has a B.. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and works to create sustainable, productive, and community-oriented space-sharing partnerships through the.. program.. Ellyn Barkley.. ebarkley@sacredplaces.. Executive Program Assistant, Pennsylvania Office.. 19.. Ellyn graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.. in Architecture.. She is working at Partners as a Fellow through the Fox Leadership Program.. While at Penn, she was a member of the varsity volleyball team and continues to be involved with the team as a coach.. She has previously worked at Scarcello Associates and Bobby Hill Designs as a design and architectural intern.. Rachel Hildebrandt.. rhildebrandt@sacredplaces.. Program Manager, Pennsylvania Office.. Rachel holds an M.. in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.. in Psychology from Chestnut Hill College.. Before beginning work at Partners, she co-authored two books,.. The Philadelphia Area Architecture of Horace Trumbauer.. (2009) and.. Oak Lane, Olney, and Logan.. (2011), both published by Arcadia Publishing.. She continues to write as a freelance contributor for Philadelphia’s Hidden City Daily web magazine.. David Rose.. drose@sacredplaces.. Communications and Program Associate, Pennsylvania Office.. 20.. David has worked for several years with communities and nonprofits as an organizer and consultant.. He has a B.. in Urban and Public Policy from the University of Buffalo, where he planned and implemented a lecture series at the historic Michigan Street Baptist Church, which is located in the under-served east side.. The lectures brought speakers from as far as Florida and Oklahoma to engage the city in transformative discourse on a range of issues.. At Partners, he helps promote our mission through social media and is working to expand our Information Clearinghouse.. Suzanne Yowell.. Director, Texas Office.. (817) 965-5072.. Suzy is a Fort Worth, TX, native who brings to the Texas Office twenty years of experience in business planning, investment strategies, management, fundraising, and development.. She has an extensive background in the real estate field, has served on numerous nonprofit boards, and is an accomplished fundraiser.. She was appointed to the Governor’s Task Force on Education in Texas and received a Life Time Achievement Award for her work with the Fort Worth School District.. Suzy attended Tarrant County College and studied Nonprofit Management at Texas Christian University.. She is a member of the Tarrant County Coalition for Nonprofit Professionals.. Alison Hernandez.. Program Coordinator, Texas Office.. (866) 315.. 4840, ext.. 252.. A native of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Alison graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a B.. S in Architecture.. As a student at UTA, she collaborated on the Congo Street Green Initiative that serves to implement new methods of sustainable design for under-served communities while also revitalizing a forgotten street in the East Dallas neighborhood of Jubilee Park.. She is currently finishing a Masters degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia.. Previously, as an intern at.. , Alison participated in the survey and documentation of historic Texas churches for the Texas Sacred Places Project.. Amy Schachman.. Associate Director, Chicago Office.. 93.. Before joining Partners, Amy worked in development at a charter high school in Chicago, and interned in research and exhibition design at the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York.. She graduated from Columbia University with a B.. in Art History and Human Rights, and received an M.. in Social Justice and Community Development from Loyola University Chicago.. Mariam Thiam.. Project Manager for.. , Chicago Office.. 97.. Mariam joined Partners as Project Manager for Arts in Sacred Places in September 2013.. Previously she served as the Executive Director of the Hyde Park School of Dance, a non-profit organization focused on training, performance, and community, servicing more than 400 children and adults annually.. She has also served as Education and Outreach Coordinator for Luna Negra Dance Theater, Executive Director of Blessed Sacrament Youth Center in the North Lawndale community, and Program Coordinator with Chicago Cares, where she developed and managed volunteer-led arts and education programs for youth.. Mariam has a B.. F.. A in Dance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Masters in Non-Profit Management from Spertus College Chicago..

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  • Title: What We Do | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: What We Do.. Programs and services offered by Partners value and respect the spirituality and faith of all congregations that open their doors to the community.. Designed to stimulate success, Partners changes the way congregations view their role so that their sacred place remains a rich and vital part of the social fabric of a community.. Partners helps congregations leverage existing and new resources, solidify their continued relevance, and ensure their own sustainability.. PARTNERS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES INCLUDE:.. Training.. Partners offers a variety of programs that help congregations make the most of their assets, leverage fundraising dollars, and communicate their value:.. is an intensive program that gives congregations with older buildings the skills and resources to broaden their base of support.. It is offered as a year-long training, but can also be.. customized into one-day trainings.. helps match arts organizations that need space with congregations that have space to share.. is Partners newest initiative, centered on issues of health, nutrition, food security, and equitable food systems.. The program fosters successful  ...   the role that religious congregations played in providing social services to their communities, which culminated in the groundbreaking publication.. Other topics include identifying.. exemplary social service programs.. housed in historic sacred places, gathering and analyzing data on congregation-hosted arts programs, and documenting.. how congregations that host social service programs positively contribute to the economic health.. and vitality of their communities.. Partners offers training, technical assistance and capital improvement grants through its Pennsylvania, Chicago, and Texas Offices.. Workshops and Conferences.. Partners staff speaks on a variety of topics at national and regional conferences throughout the country.. Publications.. Some of Partners books include.. Your Sacred Place Is a Community Asset: A Tool Kit to Attract New Resources and Partners.. and.. The Complete Guide to Capital Campaigns for Historic Churches and Synagogues.. Information Center.. This web-based resource provides information related to the care and use of older sacred places.. Advocacy Initiatives.. Partners works with civic leaders, funders, and policymakers, urging them to adopt policies and practices that provide new resources to older religious properties..

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  • Title: What is Making Homes for the Arts in Sacred Places? | Partners For Sacred Places
    Descriptive info: What started out as a simple question is there interest among historic sacred places and arts organizations to partner in ways that benefit both groups? developed into.. a pilot program.. in Philadelphia, and has now become an exciting in-depth program at Partners for Sacred Places.. Our full-time.. director maintains Partners solid commitment to this worthwhile endeavor.. Inis Nua Theatre Company s production of Dublin by Lamplight, staged at Broad Street Ministry in Philadelphia, PA.. Photo by Karl Seifert.. Working with interns from the University of Pennsylvania, Partners for Sacred Places conducted interviews and gathered pre-existing leases and price ranges from current well-established congregation/art group partnerships.. Partners has since initiated pilot projects for this program with two Philadelphia congregations, Shiloh Baptist Church and First Baptist Church, acting as lead facilitator and resource provider for the congregations and interested arts organizations.. Partners learned the specific ins and outs of negotiating sustainable, long-term leases between participating groups, including:.. how to create baseline rental rates for congregations that fall within arts groups means.. how to integrate an art group s aesthetic into a church s mission/look for mission alignment between artists and congregations.. how religious doctrine relates to arts content.. how to determine cost sharing of utilities and  ...   workshops and a manual of best practices.. All of these educational tools will be made available for religious and art communities throughout the country.. For over 20 years, Partners for Sacred Places has dedicated itself to the preservation and sound stewardship of older religious properties while also training congregations to look outside themselves for new opportunities and partnerships.. In this way, congregations do more than just survive they thrive.. New collaborations can bring new life to these older institutions, providing additional income as well as valuable community resources.. Media Links.. BroadwayWorld.. com,.. Azuka Theatre Debuts in New Space.. Philadelphia CityPaper,.. Built to Last.. Philadelphia Inquirer,.. Theatre Goes to Church.. WHYY s NewsWorks,.. First Fruit from Matchmaker for Theatres.. WXPN,.. Arts Crawl interview with Michaela Majoun.. Stage.. magazine,.. An Interview with Karen DiLossi.. Curio Theatre Company performs the The Odyssey at Calvary United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, PA.. Photo by Kyle Cassidy.. Arts in Sacred Places: A Work In Progress.. Click thumbnail for larger image.. To learn more:.. What is.. ?.. How Does it Work?.. Who Can Participate?.. What are the Benefits?.. Download the AiSP brochure.. If you have further questions, please contact Karen DiLossi, Director of the.. program: (215) 567-3234, x 16 or via email,..

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