Tell Your Legislators to Support Funding for the PA Council on the Arts

The Cultural Alliance and our advocacy partners are asking you and other arts advocates across the state to take two minutes to make these phone calls today, as the final budget bill must be passed by both houses of the General Assembly and signed by the Governor by Friday, June 30.

Recap: 2017 Cultural Cabinet Spring Reception

On May 15 we welcomed nearly 90 individuals, including civic and business leaders as well as representatives from Philadelphia's cultural sector, for our fifth annual Cultural Cabinet Spring Reception to celebrate the tremendous work accomplished in and for our region's cultural sector.

DataArts Launches Free Online Classes

DataArts has recently partnered with experts in this field to offer free courses on using data in your organization.

Recap of our #SaveTheArts Community Briefing

Last Thursday, leaders of Philadelphia business and cultural organizations joined with elected officials Thursday to oppose President Donald Trump's plan to eliminate national arts and heritage agencies.

Contact Your Representative In Support of the NEA, NEH, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

In the face of turmoil in Washington, D.C., and protests against the new administration happening here at home and around the world, it’s easy to lose track of the individual programs put at risk by rash decisions from the White House and Congressional leaders.

Agenda: Pre-K

Agenda: Pre-K is the first in a series of new advocacy tools that outline the impact of arts and culture not only on the economy but also on the issues that most affect our daily lives: education, wellness, social justice and more.

Invite City Council to Visit Your Cultural Institution

Invite Your City Council representatives to schedule a visit to your cultural institution and/or your upcoming events through our advocacy platform, GroundSwell.

Attend this Rally for Arts Education + Student Art Reception on September 30

On Friday, September 30, we invite you to join Public Citizens for Children + Youth (PCCY) at City Hall to celebrate the artwork created by Philadelphia students and to rally in support of arts education in Philadelphia schools.

Things We Love: The A3C Action Competition for Creative Ideas Expanding Social Justice

Only a few days left to apply!

PA State Budget Takes Effect Today - What Does It Mean for Arts & Culture?

After final passage by the State House of Representatives and Senate on July 1, a $31.6 billion spending plan automatically became law at midnight yesterday, July 11, without the signature of Governor Tom Wolf, providing an earlier-than-expected end to a potential repeat of the 2016 budget stalemate. Find out what this year's budget means for State arts & culture funding.

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