This directory presents Arts Learning artists in a clear,
accessible format, in keeping with the professional level of the program and
its artists. It informs Ohio's schools and communities of the
wide variety of artists available for residencies, teacher training, artist-teacher
collaborations, workshops and local arts programming.
Artists included in this directory have gone through a rigorous screening
and interview process to qualify for participation in Arts Learning programs.
They are excellent representatives of their artistic disciplines and outstanding
communicators who enjoy sharing their ideas, vision and expertise about the
We hope the narratives in this directory will provide insight into the
world of artists, revealing how they think, why they create and why they have
chosen to devote their lives to discovery, innovation and communication.
Realizing that effective long-range arts programming requires careful preparation,
we encourage local planners to go beyond the information in this directory and
contact these artists to discuss ideas for local programming.
Residencies can be a "door opening" experience. We encourage local planners to
increase educational opportunities that nurture and guide their communities
in the further appreciation, understanding and enjoyment of the arts.
This directory gives the artists who work with the OAC Arts Learning Program
an opportunity to present themselves to arts educators and community members.
Search for artists based on their artistic disciplines using the menu system
on the left side of the page. Each arts discipline page will present a list
of artists in that category.
PLEASE NOTE: The Arts Learning/Artist in Residence program application for artists is NOT part of OLGA. Artists applying for the Artist in Residence Roster must submit a paper application. For this program use the following links to download either an Omniform executible file or a PDF form of the Arts Learning/Artist in Residence—Artist form.
Executible (Omniform for Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 95 or Windows 98.)
PDF (for Mac and Windows users—Note: You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and work in this form but unless you have purchased the full version of Adobe Acrobat you will not be able to save any of your changes to this form.)