• Engage

    Your creativity, laughter and support make the Alliance what it is – a strong community of cultural supporters that truly believe in the power of the arts. Support the Alliance and the future of arts through membership, donations or come volunteer with us.

  • Onsite

    Experience the art in our exhibitions,  shop the work of local creatives and bring a lawn chair to enjoy our outdoor events and entertainment at our Night Market held the second Wednesday of the month, expand your interests or engage with other artists at an onsite art classes for all ages and abilities, or simply come explore our ArtsPark.

  • Spring Break Arts Camp


    MARCH 18TH-22ND

    Ages: 7-11
    Welcome to our Spring Break Art Retreat Camp designed just for your little creatives! This camp offers a variety of activities for kids ages 7-11, our mornings will sparkle with art journaling and meditation for focus and revitalization.

    Register online to embark on a journey of colorful self-discovery. Sign up for 1 or 2 days, or the full week. Extended care available for before care and afternoon care.

    Camp hours are 9:00AM – 4:00PM.

  • Art House Cinema presents Battleground-A Film Screening

    In the wake of Roe, 26 states stand poised to ban abortion, catalyzing unprecedented legal, medical and social upheaval. ‘Battleground’ is required viewing for anyone with a stake in the future of abortion in America.

    Join fellow film lovers for the exclusive screening of Battleground, part of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers in our Art House Cinema. Hang out after the screening for an intimate Q&A session with one of the directors/producers of the film and a surprise moderator from WGCU! Tickets are available on Eventbrite and $10 for Alliance members and $12 for non-members.

  • StoryCorps is here!

    StoryCorps is partnering with WGCU to record, preserve, and share the stories of Southwest Florida!

    February 15th-March 15th, 2024

    StoryCorps is committed to the idea that everyone has an important story to tell and that everyone’s story matters. Our mission: to help us believe in each other by illuminating the humanity and possibility in us all — one story at a time. Since our founding in 2003, we’ve helped nearly 700,000 people across the country have meaningful conversations about their lives. These recordings are collected in the U.S. Library of Congress and in our online archive which is now the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered.


  • In the Gallery

    Opening Reception March 1, 5-7pm

    This annual show is the most anticipated of the year. As the name suggests, this exhibition features pieces created by artists working in a wide variety of media from all over the 65,000 square miles that make up Florida. The juried entries come together for an award-winning and exciting exhibition representing today’s contemporary Florida artists. The exhibition will be on display March 1 – 30, 2024.

    In the Theatre Lobby Gallery: “How do I Know You?” by Pam Lowe

    In the Member Gallery: The Member Photography Club

Arts Access

Through intentional programming, we are expanding access to the arts for all who seek it. The Alliance for the Arts is a creative hub that spurs and supports self-expression, imagination, and equity. It is the place to gather, meet new people, start conversations, bring attention to, and, ultimately, solve the challenges our community faces.

Amplified Audio Devices

We offer patrons amplified audio devices for every production, because theatre is for everyone.

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Audio Described Performances

Our theatre offers live audio described performances during select shows.

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ArtPlay for Artists with Autism

We are proud to offer art opportunities for young artists with autism to learn identity development, self-awareness, self-esteem and positive coping skills - all while having fun!

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CHANGE Program

Our CHANGE Program engages aspiring minority actors in theatre education, provides performance opportunities and a platform to convene dialogue on social issues that challenge our community through creative expression.

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Arts & Economic Prosperity

Southwest Florida loves the arts - and the feeling is mutual! Did you know the nonprofit arts and culture industry generates $140.1 million in annual economic activity for our Lee County Community?

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Alliance ArtsPark

We’re reimagining the western edge of our 10-acre campus. So much more than a place to play, we see a community hub for discovery and creativity, connections and reunion, education and adventure; a place where people, art and imagination meet.

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