Interns! Get Your Interns!

The Cultural Alliance is providing our members with two opportunities to host paid interns this summer. Both are great ways to introduce arts and culture careers to young people at a formative time in their professional development and to provide valuable staff capacity to cultural organizations.

Cultural Alliance Hosts Free Party to Expose Teens to Contemporary Art

Philadelphia, PA -- The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance’s STAMP (Students at Museums in Philly) program is planning a blockbuster event for Philadelphia teens, STAMP in West Philly, on Friday, March 11 from 4-6pm.

Attend the Poetic Address to the Nation This Saturday at the Painted Bride

The Poetic Address is made up of sonnets contributed by a remarkable group of invited poets, and story poems created by Philly-based poets in response to the stories uploaded as part of #PSOTU2016.

Top 10 Cultural Alliance Moments of 2015

2015 was a busy year at the Cultural Alliance. Here's a look back at some of our favorite moments!

Q&A with Pop-Up Play Philly Founder Rebecca Fabiano

Rebecca Fabiano is a co-founder of Pop-Up Play, an organization that offers play experiences for young people, ranging from one day leadership events to week-long sessions, to full-on city-wide festivals.

Future: Forward - Signals of Change in Education

This year, the Cultural Alliance is launching Future: Forward, a new initiative to use strategic foresight in thinking about how our members and sector can prepare for the future in the next ten years and beyond. Here are some signals of change we've collected to think about how changes in education practices and philosophies will impact the future of arts and culture.

Cultural Alliance Names New Policy Director

Philadelphia, PA — The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance is pleased to announce that it has named Anne Marie Rhoades as its new Director of Policy & Community Engagement.

PECO Spotlight: People's Light

People's Light STEP program is an opportunity for teens to join a close-knit community of theatregoers their own age and, as a group, to dive deeply into the artwork they see throughout the year.

What’s New With AHHAH?

The organization won an award from the Juvenile Detention Center and Alternative Programs, launched pop-up libraries in Coatesville, and more

Cultural Alliance Joins Greater Philadelphia STEAM Initiative

In support of robust arts access and education opportunities for the next generation of makers and cultural consumers, we're proud to join the Philadelphia STEAM Initiative, along with the Franklin Institute, the Independence Seaport Museum, the Philadelphia Education Fund, the School District of Philadelphia, the University City Science Center, The 21st Century Partnership for STEM Education, (21PSTEM), the Teaching Institute of Excellence in STEM (TIES), and the Barra Foundation.