• 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.

  • Summer Break Camp


    JUN 10 – AUG 2 • Ages: 7-11

    Join us this summer to explore the engaging history of our world, learn about famous artists, create themed art projects, play games and make memories with friends.


    JUN 10 – JULY 26 • Ages: 6-4

    Mini explorers half day camp offers children ages 4-6 years old the chance to engage in themed days filled with art, games, music, and a dress up day.

  • Razing Liberty Square- A Film Screening

    Join us on Wednesday, April 17 for another exclusive film screening from the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers!

    Doors open at 5:30, film begins at 6:00 pm. Following the screening will be an intimately set Q&A session with Ronald Baez, the film’s producer.

    Razing Liberty Square takes viewers on a compelling journey through the challenges and controversies surrounding the redevelopment of a historic community. Through powerful storytelling and poignant interviews, the film sheds light on the complexities of gentrification, displacement, and the fight for affordable housing.

  • In the Gallery

    Our walls are doused in student imagination and talent this month. This is the 32nd year the Alliance has partnered with Lee Arts Educators Association (LAEA) and the show features artwork from Lee County elementary, middle and high schools with hundreds of works in a variety of mediums.

    Elementary/Middle School Exhibit

    On Display: April 4-13, 2024

    Opening Reception: Thursday, April 4 from 5 – 7 p.m.

    High School Exhibit

    On Display: April 19-27, 2024

    Opening Reception: Friday, April 19 from 5 – 7 p.m.

    This exhibition is sponsored by Florida South Western State College.

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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