CultureWire

CultureWire is the Alliance's blog for arts & culture news, resources, opportunities and more. Get the best of CultureWire in your inbox bi-monthly by opting in to receive newsletters in your philaculture account settings. 

Beyond the Check: A Roadmap for Engaging Individual Donors Recap

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Kelli Paul
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04/18/18

On April 9, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance released our latest research report to a sold-out crowd of our members’ executive directors and their board chairs. In addition to a presentation of the report findings, the event included special remarks by Janet Haas, chair of the William Penn Foundation, and a panel with Stephanie CapelloClaire Lomax and Alison Perelman, moderated by Tom McGrath of Philadelphia Magazine.

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Meet an Alliancer: Nicole Kalitsi

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04/18/18

Ever wondered what it's like to work at the Cultural Alliance? We'll introduce you to members of our staff! This month the spotlight is on Nicole Kalitsi.

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Help us #SaveTheArts on National Arts Advocacy Day

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03/13/18

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Happy National Arts Advocacy Day! This morning, we’re joining hundreds of arts advocates from across the country in our nation’s capital to represent the arts and humanities.

Today we need YOUR help to amplify our message to #SaveTheArts!

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Research on Individual Giving in Philadelphia

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Kelli Paul
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03/12/18

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance will soon unveil the much-anticipated findings of our most recent research study. With support from the Wyncote Foundation, for the past year we have been exploring the motivations and barriers – perceived or real – of high net-worth individuals when considering supporting arts and culture. The findings have been exciting and eye-opening and will result in new strategies for individual organizations and the sector as a whole.

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Meet an Alliancer: Roberta Johnson

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03/12/18

Ever wondered what it's like to work at the Cultural Alliance? We'll introduce you to members of our staff! This month the spotlight is on Roberta Johnson, our new Vice President of Audience Engagement beginning March 26!

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The 2018 Member Survey!

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03/09/18

The 2018 Member Survey is here! Last week we sent an email asking members to complete a brief survey on our programs and services. 

If you are the executive officer of a member organization or the member representative of your organization and have not received the survey, please contact Taja Jones, Associate Director of Development and Membership, at tajaj@philaculture.org.

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"...What if I'm not 'the Arts'?"

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03/07/18

Chances are good that you received a #SaveTheArts email last week, after the White House released its FY19 budget plan. Colleagues may have shared articles about the administration's proposed defunding of NPR, PBS, museums and libraries. In fact, you've probably explained to more than one family member or friend this week the difference between the NEA and NEH. That's right: it's federal advocacy season.

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Meet the New Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts: Karl Blischke

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02/19/18

For the first time in 25 years, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) has a new executive director: Karl Blischke. Blischke succeeds Philip Horn, who is retiring from state government after leading the PCA for over two decades. “I’m excited to really be back involved in the arts,” he says.

 

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Meet an Alliancer: Elizabeth Estrada

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02/19/18

Ever wondered what it's like to work at the Cultural Alliance? We'll introduce you to members of our staff! This month the spotlight is on Elizabeth Estrada, our Digital Communications Coordinator.

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Member Discount Available for 2018 Nonprofit Finance Fund Webinar Series

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02/21/18
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The Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) financial management webinars continue this month, providing essential professional development opportunities for nonprofit leaders. We are offering discounted registration on the three-part series, which can be taken as a full financial management curriculum or individual sessions. Receive a 10% discount by entering the promotional code SAVE10 at checkout.

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