PHILADELPHIA– The Village of Arts and Humanities is thrilled to announce that it has added six new team members. The 36-year-old nonprofit, located in the Fairhill-Hartranft neighborhood in North Philadelphia, is a renowned model for ground-level work that blends art with social justice, neighborhood revitalization, and youth development. These new team members are respected leaders in arts and culture, social justice, nonprofit management, education, and communications.
“This is an incredible time to join The Village,” said Aviva Kapust, Executive Director of The Village of the Arts and Humanities. “These new team members will join us in tackling some of society’s most intractable issues — they are unbelievably talented, knowledgable, and compassionate, and we know that their work will benefit the organization, as well as the community we serve.”
The Village’s new team members include:
The Village of Arts and Humanities uses art to envision and generate a thriving Fairhill-Hartranft neighborhood where Black community residents are leaders, stewards, and ultimate beneficiaries of reinvestment. The Village’s ideas and actions are informed by the expressed interests, observed needs, and trusted relationships with community residents. For more information, visit https://villagearts.org.