In October, the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture in Cleveland will host the Creative Minds in Medicine Conference, "exploring how the fusion of arts and healthcare in Cleveland can be a more powerful force for shaping our lives and our communities." The conference is bringing in experts and presenters from across the country to deepen the knowledge and relationships between the two sectors, and specifically hopes to "launch Cleveland into a leadership position nationally in the arts and health field and create new opportunities throughout the region."
Beginning this fall, ACCESS Cardholders (Pennsylvania residents who monitor their government issued cash and food benefits with an EBT card) are invited to visit museums, science centers, gardens and historic sites at a deeply discounted rate. ACCESS cardholders can get admission to participating venues for just $2.
Year 2 of STAMP is officially underway, and the more than 11,000 teens enrolled in STAMP can now use their STAMP pass at a total of 15 museums around the city. If you know a teen with a STAMP Pass, be sure they check out all the new museums and earn double STAMP Bucks points for each visit they make in September!
We're partnering with Emerging Arts Leaders: Philadelphia to introduce you to some of the exciting arts and cultural professionals working on behalf of our sector. This month's interview is with Lindsay Tucker So, Research & Policy Associate for the City of Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy.