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The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA), established in 1966, accomplishes its mission through grants to the arts; partnerships and initiatives; professional development and by serving a resource for arts and culture information for the public.

Grants -- The PCA has a Responsive Funding Process with 4 tracks for organizations and individuals: Arts Organizations and Arts Programs, Entry, Programs and Projects.

Core PCA programming serving the Commonwealth. -- In addition to responsive funding, the PCA undertakes partnerships and initiatives to leverage opportunities, seek solutions to challenges affecting the arts in the Commonwealth, and initiate programs that will serve a broad spectrum of artists, arts organizations and arts participants throughout the state. This programming includes

Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA)Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts, a regionalized funding program of the PCA.

Arts in Education (AIE) Division

Preserving Diverse Cultures Division

Folk and Traditional Arts(FolkArtPA)

Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour (PennPAT)

Poetry Out Loud

Governor's Awards for the Arts.

Read the PCA Fact Sheet Portfolio

PCA Overview

Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA)

Arts in Education (AIE) Division

Preserving Diverse Cultures Division

Poetry Out Loud

PCA Webinars and Presentations -- The PCA offers a variety of presentations from panelist orientations to professional development sessions for artists and arts organizations. We are pleased to make some of these presentations and webinars available to you on this web site, as well as a listing of upcoming webinars and presentations.

Natural Disaster Resources -- With the recent natural disasters in Pennsylvania, the PCA is providing a listing of resources you can turn to.

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