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We encourage you to get involved in supporting the arts within our communities because Arts Matter 2. The Cultural Alliance has become the voice for the arts and culture in Hampton Roads.
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The Cultural Alliance of Hampton Roads was established in 1983 and serves more than 350 arts and cultural organizations, individual visual and performing artists, writers, dancers and arts professionals in Hampton Roads, as well as world renowned museums, a premier opera company, a classical symphony and pops orchestra, a prominent regional performance theatre, a ballet academy, many active community theaters, orchestras, dance troupes, choral groups, art centers, galleries and individual artists in all disciplines that all make their home in the Hampton Roads area from Williamsburg to the North Carolina border.

The Cultural Alliance understands there's a need to gather information, coordinate, and help make people more aware of the many cultural opportunities available in the Hampton Roads area. The Cultural Alliance functions as a “Chamber of Culture” for the arts and cultural organizations, directly serving these organizations and the public in throughout Hampton Roads.

Watch Video: Cultural Alliance Executive Director Guest on TV Broadcast
Cultural Alliance Executive Director Joan Rhodes-Copeland was a guest on Norfolk Perspectives TV Show. Click here to watch the episode!
Read More: Cultural Alliance Presents Annual Arts Conference "The Business of Art"
The Cultural Alliance will hold its annual "The Business of Art" conference on Saturday, January 31, 2015.
Read More: Cultural Alliance Board Member featured in The Virginian-Pilot
Cultural Alliance very own Minette Cooper was featured in The Virginian-Pilot for 50 years of advocacy for the arts.
Read More: Virginia Children’s Chorus Auditions Being Held
The Virginia Children’s Chorus will hold auditions for new students for the spring season on Monday, January 5, Tuesday, January 6 & Saturday, January 10, 2015.

Read More: PFAC Exhibition on Contemporary African American Art Opens Jan. 17
The PFAC’s exhibit, “Looking Both Ways"
exhibition will open to the public on Jan. 17 and be on view until March 22, 2015. The artworks grapple with the legacies of slavery, the Jim Crow era and the struggles of the Civil Rights era, exposing the scars that remain in modern America.
Read More: TR Dance Absolute Beginner Ballet
Ballet doesn't have to feel overwhelming. Join our Absolute Beginner Ballet class to learn the French terminology, ballet feet and arm positions, history and more! This slow-paced,open class is perfect for anyone who has never tried ballet before but wants to learn or for people wanting a refresher.
Read More: The Hurrah Players celebrate the holiday season.
The Hurrah Players, Virginia's Leading Family Theatre Company, produces two spectacular full-stage shows to celebrate the holiday season. Over the past twentyfive years, it has become one of Hampton Roads' most beloved traditions to attend at least one of these festive productions.
Read More: Linda Bunch featured in Suffolk Living
Linda is the Executive Director of the Suffolk Art League and coordinates several art shows throughout the year.
Check out what events are coming up with the Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads and get involved. See you there.
The Business of Arts Conference
Saturday, January 31, 2015 | 8:00am -2:00pm
Children’s Museum of Virginia and TCC Visual Arts Center in Portsmouth, Va.
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2014 ALLI Awards
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Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads
Office : (757) 961-4002 or (757) 961-4166 l Cell : (757) Cell: (757) 373-3293
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