Rub shoulders with the creative process:Three event series for members and their friends who are eager to engage their mind & spirit.
- Behind the Scenes on July 12, 2014 at Muhlenberg College: Behind the scenes look at the set design process with Curtis Dretsch, designer for Muhlenberg's upcoming "Spamalot"
- Creating your Legacy on September 20, 2014 at Lehigh County Heritage Center: Learn how to uncover your family roots and enshrine your life and ultimate legacy.
- Bus Trip to the Fashion Institute in NYC to view "Elegance in an Age of Crisis: Fashions of the 1930's" with co-curator G. Bruce Boyer was held on
Saturday, March 1, 2014 after the SOLD OUT success of our "Curating Fashion" event.
- View Photos from Curating Fashion with G. Bruce Boyer on
January 18, 2014.
are hosted in both the spring and fall and are popular occasions.
- Arts Count 2013 was held at the Martin Guitar Museum on
October 9, 2013
Include seminars for arts professionals in the areas of marketing, technology, legal & tax issues, and two grants workshops.
- #Arts: Mobile Technology for Dummies on April 30, 2014 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Butz Corporate Center, 840 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Pa. 18101 [GET DIRECTIONS]
- Audio Description training was held on October 25 and 26 at Muhlenberg College and on October 28 and 29 at Zoellner Arts Center.
- Start Access Now: A Community Discussion on Accessibility was held on
November 21, 2013 at the Lehigh Valley Health Network.
continues to provide a central site for arts information with a searchable online Arts Calendar (also available in print) of events and e-ticketing through our electronic box office services.
service is offered to members to sell unsold seats at the 11th hour. This past year 2,727 tickets were sold and the site attracted more than 30,000 hits per month. A monthly e-marketing campaign reaches nearly 12,000 email addresses
, advertising the availability of online tickets and linking directly to the point of sale. For more information, please visit our Box Office Information
page or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
and Find an artist . For more information, see the Arts Directory Form.
Data collection and analysis are essential advocacy tools. Check out the latest economic impact study of the region’s nonprofit arts industry.
invites nonprofit members to work together and create efficiencies in terms of time and dollars through group marketing activities. Services include:
Artix Passport to the Arts
a buy one, get one free ticket to twenty-four arts and cultural venues in the Lehigh Valley through June 30, 2014.
Distribution of promotional materials around the Lehigh Valley
Cultural List Exchange Co-Op (CLEC)
. CLEC is a marketing program that uses data segmentation/mining to improve marketing intelligence, encourage and simplify mailing list exchanges, expand audiences and save time and money.
Reduced ad rates in the Morning Call and ICON
Individual visual artist members are invited to submit arequest to exhibit in the Lehigh Valley Arts Council office (or get a listing in the Artist Directory for FREE). Exhibitions are for an eight-week run. For more information, please e-mail: email@example.com.
Visit the Arts Archive of past artists!
- Individual Artists, Community Organizations, and Arts Groups in the greater Lehigh Valley will award support totaling more than $61,000 in 2014.These projects will reach a wide range of constituents, from young children to senior citizens, and activities will engage audiences through exhibitions, concerts, workshops, and performances. The Arts Council celebrates its 9th year as the Pennsylvania Council on the Art's regional partner of the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts for Project Stream and Program Stream grantapplicants in Carbon, Lehigh and Northampton counties.
offers the visual and hearing-impaired greater access to cultural events by providing arts venues with shared use of audio-description and open-captioning equipment. Nonprofits receive training on its use and can provide persons with disabilities a full cultural experience. The Arts Council has purchased the equipment and manages the reservation schedule.
(Arts Calendar, Inside the Arts and Arts Advocate) and online services continue to expand regional arts promotion and advocacy. The Inside Lehigh Valley Arts blog features perspectives from inside the arts community. Advertising opportunities exist for both print and online.
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