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.

Future: Forward - Signals of Change in Immigration

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 future immigration might impact arts & culture.

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.

Join Spiral Q and Arch Street United Methodist Church for an Arts Activism Forum

On February 17, join Spiral Q and Arch Street United Methodist Church for a forum around Art Activism: Animating Antiracism Advocacy.

Recruiting Cultural Worksites for the 2016 Bloomberg Arts Internship Program-Philadelphia

The 2016 Bloomberg Arts Internship Program-Philadelphia, a partnership between the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance and WorkReady Philadelphia, will provide 50 incoming seniors at Philadelphia public high schools with six-week summer internships at some of Philadelphia's leading nonprofit cultural institutions. Learn how your organization can become a participating worksite and host an intern!

STAMP Update: New Programming, STAMP in West Philly, Getting Your Organization Involved & More

STAMP is about midway through its third year, and we are pleased to announce that more than 13,000 teens from neighborhoods across Philadelphia have signed up for STAMP, with signups continuing to roll in! If your organization works with teens, we have some exciting new programming opportunities to share as Year 3 continues.

Support the Arts – Become a Grant Panelist

Do you ever wonder what it’s like to review grant applicants? In partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance is seeking volunteer panelists to evaluate proposals and help determine how nearly $400,000 is annually distributed to regional artists and organizations.

Meet the New Philly Block Project Taking Place in South Kensington

The year-long Philly Block Project will provide a visual narrative of South Kensington’s past and present through photographs.

Germantown United CDC and Just Act Receive $25,000 Grant to Bring Germantown Together

With a $25,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Humanities Council (PHC) Germantown will undergo an arts-based civic engagement process led by Germantown United CDC and theater-based nonprofit Just Act.

Future: Forward - Signals of Change in Diversity, Inclusion & Equity

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 progress in diversity, inclusion and equity will impact the future of arts and culture.

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