Who said arts blogging doesn’t pay?

The Knights Foundation and National Endowment for the Arts announced yesterday an eight-city “competition seeking new models for local arts journalism in the digital age.” Oh, you can get $100K if they like your ideas.

Philadelphia is among those eight cities which “is another vote of confidence in Philadelphia as a leader in both cultural innovation and journalism. We are proud to be chosen, and I am confident that, as a city, we will rise to the challenge and come up with some breakthrough solutions,” said Tom Kaiden, president of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.

GPCA’s “Knight Foundation and NEA offer up to $100,000 for projects” press release can be found at this link. Information from the Knight Foundation is available at this link.

There’s an Aug. 18 deadline for applications. Good luck.

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