Cultural Alliance Blog

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


 

Posted on 08/27/15
The 2015 National Arts Marketing Project is November 6-9, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Want a discount on your attendance fee? Be sure to register by this Friday, August 28!
Posted on 08/26/15
We've been in the news lately. Here's a round-up of recent articles you might have missed:
Posted on 08/20/15
Is your arts & culture organization located in the Security Zone for Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia? Share your concerns with the City by taking the Pre-Papal Visit Economic Impact Survey.
Posted on 08/13/15
Ovation and Rockethub just announced Creative Studio, a new crowdfunding initiative to support creative projects.
Posted on 08/13/15
We are so excited to introduce you to our newest members: Da Vinci Art Alliance, Moxart Inc., The Primavera Fund and thiNKing DANCE!
Posted by Maud Lyon on 08/12/15
On September 29, 1965, the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act was signed, creating two important federal agencies: the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Both have supported innovative ideas that have enabled many organizations to experiment, to exercise their imaginations, to go deeper in important topics and art forms, and to serve the public well.
Posted on 08/12/15
Have you been following the #CAOntheScene hashtag? It's the best way to keep up with which arts & culture events our staff members are going to! Follow us at facebook.com/philaculture and @philaculture on Twitter for more Cultural Alliance staff, member and sector news.
Posted by Alison Zeidman on 08/10/15
As the fall arts & culture season is gearing up, we want to hear your thoughts on marketing, advertising, social media and communications. Join us on Wednesday, September 2 from 11am-Noon for the first #PHLArtsMarketing chat!
Posted on 08/10/15
Announced at the Cultural Alliance's TechniCulture Philly Tech Week event in April 2015, this residency program will help to foster unique collaborations between cultural organizations and technologists or digital agencies. The TechniCulture Innovation Residency Awards are open to current Cultural Alliance member organizations with an operating budget of $1 million or less. If your organization is eager to innovate in the digital arena, be sure to submit your application by Friday, August 21.
Posted on 08/10/15
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 Ashley Walker.