Cultural Alliance Blog

All the latest about the Cultural Alliance, our peers, our members, and our industry.


Posted by Morgan Findley on 11/20/15
Millennials, or individuals born between 1980 and 2000, now account for the largest generation in the American workforce. Currently 1 in 3 workers are millennials, and by 2025 they will account for about 3 in 4 workers.
Posted on 11/19/15
Open healthcare enrollment is happening now in our community, and making the right decision for the healthcare plan your organization will offer to employees can be challenging. Interested in learning what organizations similar to yours are offering? We have helpful information in our 2013 Salary Survey (conducted in partnership with Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.) on how benefits are provided, broken out by budget size and major discipline.
Posted by Alison Zeidman on 11/18/15
The 2015 #GivingTuesday is just around the corner! On Tuesday, December 1, non-profits across the country will ask consumers to take a break from the holiday shopping madness and give to support some amazing projects and organizations.
Posted by Joseph Croft on 11/05/15
Happy November! We are very thankful for the continued membership of more than 430 arts and culture organizations. We are also excited to introduce our newest member, Colonial Playhouse!
Posted on 11/05/15
Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services is a leading broker for cultural and nonprofit organizations. Their dedicated team of local experts understands the insurance and risk management requirements of the members of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, and can provide significant guidance and innovative solutions to meet all your insurance needs.
Posted by Alison Zeidman on 11/05/15
Thanks to everyone who participated in our #PHLArtsFundraisingTwitter chat!
Posted on 10/30/15
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 Anne Marie Rhoades.
Posted on 10/30/15
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 Jeff Barg.
Posted on 10/28/15
When it comes to leisure time, we have more choices now than ever. But it's hard to predict what will be the next big trend in how people spend their free time. Here are some signals of change we've collected to think about how popular taste and recreational choices will impact the future of arts and culture.
Posted by Alison Zeidman on 10/28/15
Ready for another Cultural Alliance Twitter chat? This month's topic is #PHLArtsFundraising! Join us on Thursday, November 5 from 11am-Noon to talk about writing grants, engaging donors, Giving Tuesday and more.