Alliance Day 2007: Closing Presentation

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Closing presentation on Cultural Policy and recent elections by Cultural Alliance President Peggy Amsterdam.

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Alliance Day 2007: Closing Presentation

  1. 1. DAY Elections Wrap-up and Outlook Peggy Amsterdam President, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  2. 2. Elections Wrap-up DAY Operating support for the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance was provided by the William Penn Foundation; Philadelphia Cultural Leadership Program, sponsored by The Pew Charitable Trusts; Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency; Independence Foundation; Philadelphia Cultural Fund; Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation; Barra Foundation; and the Cultural Alliance’s Board of Directors and individual donors.
  3. 3. Elections Wrap-Up DAY “The creative community is extremely politically aware. … They've been thinking about the mayor's race for years.” Wendy Warren Daily News Editorial Board March 2007
  4. 4. Elections Wrap-Up DAY 5 concrete steps for 2007: 1- Put what you learned and shared today into action. 2- Renew your Cultural Alliance membership. We are more effective together.
  5. 5. Elections Wrap-Up DAY 3- Attend candidate meetings, ask candidates about arts and cultural issues 4- Make the connection – tie arts and cultural issues to wider election issues 5- Join the online action center at www.philaculture.org
  6. 6. Elections Wrap-Up DAY Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Annual Meeting September 24, 2007

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