Philip Asbury

Philip Asbury

Program Associate

Philip is a Program Associate in Creative Communities, working to support initiatives concerning Art Education, Great Public Spaces, and artists and organizations seeking to connect with new audiences. Previously, Philip worked as the Art Education Project Manager/Curator at Mural Arts Philadelphia, where he developed participatory public art projects with a range of artists and Philadelphia stakeholders. His projects include Dreams, Destiny, and Diaspora by Joshua Mays/King Britt, Untitled by Amy Sherald, and Sing Because it is Heard by Betsy Casañas.

Philip Holds a Master’s in Art Administration from Drexel University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Morehouse College.