The STAMP Pass, a program of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance that offers youth ages 14-19 free admission to participating museums and cultural institutions, announced this week that it will continue for a second year.
In its first year, STAMP, or Students at Museums in Philadelphia, signed up 11,000 teens. The program has also been successful in reaching youth from Philadelphia neighborhoods with very low cultural participation–over 75 percent of STAMP participants came from these areas.
The following cultural institutions will participate in year two:
African American Museum in Philadelphia
Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
Eastern State Penitentiary
Fabric Workshop and Museum
The Franklin Institute
Institute of Contemporary Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art
National Constitution Center
National Museum of American Jewish History
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia History Museum
The new additions for the program’s second year are the Philadelphia History Museum, The Franklin Institute and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
The STAMP Pass is available at no charge to teens ages 14-19 who live in Philadelphia. Teens who are new to the program can register for the pass by visiting www.phillystamppass.org. Teens who enrolled in Year 1 and are still eligible for the program will be automatically mailed a new pass by September 1.
Check out this video starter guide from the STAMP Teen Council, Philly In Focus, The Barnes Foundation and ExpressWay Productions:
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