Recap: #PHLArtsDiversity Chat

On Thursday, April 7, we hosted a #PHLArtsDiversity Twitter chat to discuss diversity, equity & inclusion in the arts and culture sector.

Interns! Get Your Interns!

The Cultural Alliance is providing our members with two opportunities to host paid interns this summer. Both are great ways to introduce arts and culture careers to young people at a formative time in their professional development and to provide valuable staff capacity to cultural organizations.

Join us for a #PHLArtsDiversity Twitter Chat on April 7

On Thursday, April 7 from 11am-noon, we're hosting a Twitter chat to discuss issues of diversity, equity and inclusion for the arts and culture sector.

Where Does the Cultural Sector Stand on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion?

Cultural groups around the country are exploring diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, including the Cultural Alliance. As we dive deeper into this work, we wanted to explore what some other regions are doing.

Cultural Alliance Hosts Free Party to Expose Teens to Contemporary Art

Philadelphia, PA -- The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance’s STAMP (Students at Museums in Philly) program is planning a blockbuster event for Philadelphia teens, STAMP in West Philly, on Friday, March 11 from 4-6pm.

Future: Forward - Signals of Change in Demographics

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 future demographic shifts might impact arts & culture.

Future: Forward - Signals of Change in Immigration

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 future immigration might impact arts & culture.

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.

In #BlackLivesMatter Protests, Art Unites and Heals

As people hit the streets to demand justice for Freddie Gray, art and artists are making a difference to provide healing. Art has always served as a catalyst of social change and community mobilization, and in the movement against police brutality people are using graphics, dance, and music to provide healing and make their voices heard.

Doors Open and Doors Closed

Hosted by Mural Arts, Moore College, and Next City, “Collectivity in the City” gave Philadelphia a chance to better understand artists’ connection to neighborhoods and the people who call them home

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