Posted by Chris Barr and Nina Zenni
Above: Seattle Public Library, by Rem Koolhaas. Photo by Moody75 via Wikimedia Commons.
Today, Knight Foundation is announcing 14 winners of the 2016 Knight News Challenge on Libraries. Each winner will receive a share of $1.6 million to ...
June 30, 2016, 10:32 a.m., Posted by Daniel Harris
San Jose Museum of Art. Photo by Blok 70.
At Knight Foundation we support a variety of events as part of our efforts to spark new ideas for cities, build community and support civic innovators working to advance talent, opportunity and engagement in San Jose and other Knight communities.
As we look ahead to July, please join our community partners and me for these Knight-supported events.
June 30, 2016, 10:27 a.m., Posted by Charles Thomas
Photo by John Ashley.
June was full of travel and learning for the Knight team, as Charlotte’s Knight Cities Challenge winners convened in Philadelphia and the Emerging City Champions spent time in Toronto. (Learn more about the city’s 880 Emerging City Champions, Amanda Zullo and Kia Moore, in a recent Charlotte Agenda article.)
Stay connected through our newsletter to learn about opportunities to collaborate and to ignite positive change in Charlotte.
June 30, 2016, 10:22 a.m., Posted by Kyle Kutuchief
July is chock full of fun things to do in the Akron area. On July 16, the Bud and Susie Rogers Garden at the Akron Art Museum will have its grand opening celebration. Local bands including Shivering Timbers, The Del Rios and Wesley Brite will perform. And, July 4 will be your last chance to see this batch of Inside|Out pieces at their current locations in Barberton, Wallhaven, Firestone Park and Kenmore.
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