Strategic Communications & Engagement Plan, 2013–2015

Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia

What we did: Engagement | Planning

Following the consolidation of the Pew Charitable Trusts’ arts and cultural grantmaking under the auspices of the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, ArtRise Projects developed a Strategic Communications and Engagement Plan focused on updating and defining Center’s brand identity and extending the influence and impact of its programs and research. ArtRise Projects worked with the Center’s executive team to position the Center as a leader and advocate for excellence, innovation, and public impact in the arts, philanthropic, and nonprofit sectors; generate visibility and appreciation for the organization and its grantees — and by extension, the cultural community in Philadelphia; and build the Center’s internal communications capacity.

Image Credits

Opening spread from the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage 2012 Annual Report. Left image: Philagrafika, The Graphic Unconscious, Virgil Marti, VIP Room 2010, installation view at the Galleries of Moore College of Art & Design. Right image: Tania Isaac, Pew Fellow in the Arts, Choreography. Photo by Steve Belkowitz.