THE JOHN COLTRANE HOUSE
From Idea to reality: John Coltrane Museum and Cultural Arts Center
Here, you’ll find the latest updates about how our work on the John Coltrane House Museum and Cultural Arts Center is progressing. The attention these updates draw is one of the best resources we have for recruiting the public to our cause. Take a look at our featured pieces below, share and let us know what you think about our efforts. Contact our project administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE JOHN COLTRANE HOUSE
June 9, 2022
The John Coltrane House, located at 1511 N. 33rd Street, has been owned for the last 18 years by the Early-Gadson family. During the past 18 years, many projects, including the stabilization of the front of the house, interior repairs and electrical upgrades, were completed to ensure the house would remain a National Historic Landmark for the community to enjoy in perpetuity.
JOHN COLTRANE HOUSE WINS TWO AWARDS
May, 19 2022
Completed in May 2021, the John Coltrane Museum and Cultural Arts Center site feasibility studyhas won two prestigious local awards. The first, in October, was an Honor Award in the unbuilt planning category from AIA Philadelphia.
In March we learned that the project won the John Gallery Community Action Award for achievement by community organizations from the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia.
THE YARD ON JOHN COLTRANE STREET DESIGN WORKSHOP
May 1, 2023
Thanks to everyone who participated in SMCDC's design workshop events to envision the Yard on John Coltrane Street!
Check out the presentation from the meetings. If you were unable to attend the workshops you can still learn about the project and share your ideas by emailing us at email@example.com
JOHN COLTRANE STREET DESIGN OPEN HOUSE
July 12, 2023
Cool off TONIGHT, July 12, 6-8PM, with Strawberry Mansion CDC (SMCDC) during the John Coltrane Street Design Open House on the 1500 Block of N. 33rd Street!
Drop by anytime between 6PM-8PM to meet neighbors, enjoy live music, cool down with free water ice, and check out community-informed designs for the Yard on John Coltrane Street! Share your thoughts on the temporary improvements coming to the outdoor areas and have a say in this important neighborhood and cultural landmark!
Questions? Don't hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.