Pride! An Interview with Kelly Novahom

June is coming to a close, but #Pride is more than just a month long celebration. Learn about Kelly Novahom (she/her), one of volunteer conveners of the Queer/Trans Subcommittee of our Art and Media Project and what it means to show up for our gender diverse community.

APANO: Any Pride-specific outings or activities that you missed […]

By |2021-07-07T01:41:05+00:00June 25th, 2021|COVID-19, News & Events|

Meet Paola and Lillyanne – Our O82 Muralists!

In 2020, APANO was selected to participate in the Public Art & Civic Engagement (PACE) Capacity Building Initiative led by the Mural Arts Institute, a program of the renowned public art organization Mural Arts Philadelphia. Through this initiative, we are working closely with the Mural Arts Institute to build the capacity of local artists in working with the community to produce two socially-engaged, participatory public art projects from 2021-2023. We are pleased to announce that the selected artists for the first Artist Catalyst Project are Lillyanne Pham (they/she) and Paolo De La Cruz (she/her/ella). These selected artists will receive technical support and participate in deep learning opportunities with Mural Arts Institute as part of its Artist Catalyst program. Before they begin their project in August, we wanted to give you an opportunity to get to know them a little bit more: 

By |2021-06-30T01:44:11+00:00June 24th, 2021|Featured, News & Events|

Pride! An Interview with Jia Lu Ni

We’re back! For #PrideMonth2021 get to know one of the members of our QTAPA Subcommittee of AMP Jia Lu Ni! 

APANO: What did you miss during the pandemic? 

Jia Lu: I miss the small things like going to a park with our group of queer friends. And the big dance nights at Judy […]

By |2021-06-18T03:55:39+00:00June 18th, 2021|COVID-19, News & Events|

June Cultural Work Roundup 2021

/// June 2021 ///

Happy Pride Month! Recent months have not been easy for most– as we look towards Pride Month, how can we take care of ourselves and re-energize in the face of racism and transphobia in order to better fight for liberation? Below is a list of BIPOC makers, radical thinkers, and […]

By |2021-06-09T04:22:18+00:00June 9th, 2021|Arts & Culture, Featured, News & Events|
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