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. 

Meet an Alliancer: Christine Dancey

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06/11/18

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 Christine Dancey, our audience services manager! Christine joined the Alliance in April. Read more about her on our blog.

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Recap: 2018 Cultural Cabinet Spring Reception

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05/17/18

On May 14 we welcomed over 100 individuals, including civic and business leaders as well as representatives from Philadelphia's cultural sector, for our sixth annual Cultural Cabinet Spring Reception to celebrate the tremendous work accomplished in and for our region's cultural sector. The reception was held at the Hamilton Rooftop Garden in the Kimmel Center.

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Upcoming County Events: Chesco on June 12 + Delco on June 21

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Michael Norris
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05/16/18

At the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance we take the word “Greater” seriously. A quarter of our members are located outside Philadelphia, and our Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts grant programs touch all five counties in our region. We firmly believe that the economic and social benefits of arts and culture are important parts of civic life wherever you live, work or play. On June 12 the Alliance is partnering with the Galer Estate Vineyard and Winery in Kennett Square to host an informal spring happy hour for Chester County cultural professionals, artists and art lovers and on June 21 we’ll be joining the Delaware County Arts Consortium to co-host “Celebrate a Summer of DelCo Arts” at the Scott Arboretum in Swarthmore

 

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Cultural Alliance Seeking Sub-Tenant

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05/16/18

The Cultural Alliance has two large cubicle spaces available for which we are seeking a sub-tenant.  We are located in the Philadelphia Building at 1315 Walnut Street in a great location in Center City Philadelphia. We are one block from the Broad Street subway line, two blocks from City Hall and four blocks from Jefferson Station.  The tenant will have access to two computers, our printer/copier and our small and large conference rooms (based on availability).  If interested, please contact Stuart Adair at 215-399-3519.

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Meet an Alliancer: Allie Vanyur

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05/16/18

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 Allie Vanyur, our grants and events manager! 

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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

Save The Arts

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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