Meet the New Philly Block Project Taking Place in South Kensington

The year-long Philly Block Project will provide a visual narrative of South Kensington’s past and present through photographs.

Germantown United CDC and Just Act Receive $25,000 Grant to Bring Germantown Together

With a $25,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Humanities Council (PHC) Germantown will undergo an arts-based civic engagement process led by Germantown United CDC and theater-based nonprofit Just Act.

Future: Forward - Signals of Change in Diversity, Inclusion & Equity

This year, the Cultural Alliance is launching Future: Forward, a new initiative to use strategic foresight in thinking about how our members and sector can prepare for the future in the next ten years and beyond. Here are some signals of change we've collected to think about how progress in diversity, inclusion and equity will impact the future of arts and culture.

Volunteer with Philly GiveCamp over MLK Weekend!

Both technical and non-technical volunteers to help build websites for nonprofits during the weekend of January 15-17, 2015

Recapping "DNC: What It Means for You" Convening - How Arts & Culture Can Get Involved

On Wednesday, December 9 the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance hosted "DNC: What It Means for You" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Learn about the impact the convention will have on the city, and how members of the arts and cultural community can get involved.

Q&A with Pop-Up Play Philly Founder Rebecca Fabiano

Rebecca Fabiano is a co-founder of Pop-Up Play, an organization that offers play experiences for young people, ranging from one day leadership events to week-long sessions, to full-on city-wide festivals.

What’s New With AHHAH?

The organization won an award from the Juvenile Detention Center and Alternative Programs, launched pop-up libraries in Coatesville, and more

Art Ability Celebrates Art by Artists With Disabilities

Participating Art Ability artists express their creativity through painting, photography, sculpture, fiber arts, stained glass, jewelry and fine crafts. Through these creative modes of expression, artists are able to convey their talent, receive recognition for their work, and often further their progress in recovering from a life-altering illness or injury.

Street Road is an Art Space in a Former Real Estate Office

In 2011, Emily Artinian founded Street Road, an experimental project in Cochranville, Pennsylvania. An evolution of Artinian’s family's real estate company, Street Road focuses on themes of property, land use, ownership and social space. This November, Street Road will work with young people from The Garage Community and Youth Center in Kennett.

98 Local Arts Groups Receive Project Stream Grants

On October 9, 2015, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance distributed $109,754 in Project Stream grants at an award ceremony held at PECO's Energy Hall.