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Top 5 Media Arts Jobs this Week (11/15/17)

Here are the top 5 jobs we spotted this week in film, animation, and/or media: Note: All jobs were active at the time of posting. 11/15/17 Senior Writer Producer  HBO – New York, NY OVERALL SUMMARY: A Writer/Producer with consistently superior creative, conceptual, AVID editing, writing and producing skills who also is developing leadership skills. Frequently assigned to…

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Meet the Board – Jim Flanagan

We’ve been hard at work over the last few years in a capacity-building initiative, so that we can continue to bring all the programs our community has come to know and love, and to ensure that they will continue to flourish for the foreseeable future. Part of this initiative has been enhancing our Executive Board…


P21 Launches High School Mentorship Program

Project Twenty1 is excited to announce the launch of our High School Mentorship Program. Following on the heels of our highly successful Internship Program, which helped educate all levels of artist from high school through post-college, this program will offer three high school students in the Montgomery County region a chance to learn the ins…

events, News

Free Event: New Frontier Day Lab Saturday, September 9

Project Twenty1 and the Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival are proud to be sponsors of the Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Day Lab! Join us for some of the latest trends in storytelling, such as multimedia, virtual reality, transmedia, immersive experiences, and more. Learn about emerging creative practices and tools, field-defining projects, and the industry’s recent…


Project Twenty1 Receives Support from Philadelphia Cultural Fund

Project Twenty1 received a 3-year capacity-building grant from the Philadelphia Cultural Fund beginning in 2015. These funds were to be used specifically on infrastructure and operating expenses (as opposed to programs), meaning it gave us much-needed time to plan the future of our organization and ensure its sustainability. Thanks in part to this grant, we…