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A collage of U.S. Regional Arts Resilience Fund recipients, including Karamu House, Cleveland Public Theatre, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, and Stuart's Opera House.

4 Ohio Arts Organizations Receive COVID-19 Relief Grants Totaling $205K

Thirty Midwestern arts and culture organizations, including Ohio-based organizations Cleveland Public Theatre, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Karamu House, and Stuart’s Opera House, have received COVID-19 relief grants from Arts Midwest through the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund.
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Ohio Arts Council Board Approves More Than $12.5M in Arts Grants

The Ohio Arts Council board approved $12,500,446 in grants to support Ohio artists, arts and cultural organizations, students, educators, and public arts programming when it met virtually on July 22 for its summer board meeting.
A collage of images from various Ohio arts organizations, including Great Lakes Theater, the Dancing Wheels Company, and Sogbety Diomande.

With a Little Help from Our Friends … Ohio Arts Organizations Have A New Funding Opportunity

In this Executive Message, learn about the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative that will award grants of $30,000 – $75,000 to small and mid-sized arts organizations in the Midwest, prioritizing arts organizations that are led by and serving people from rural communities, and/or led by and serving people of color and Indigenous people. Nominations are due July 8, 2020.
Arts Midwest President & CEO Torrie Allen and Ohio Arts Council Executive Director Donna S. Collins

2020: A Successful Start!

By all indications, 2020 is already a success for the arts in Ohio at all levels. In this month's Executive Message, Donna S. Collins celebrates the inspiring, innovative, and creative work that's happened throughout the state in just the first 31 days of the new decade.
Ohio Arts Council Executive Director Donna S. Collins and OFP Productions' Nate Leone at The Gratitude Project in Dayton on Aug. 16.

‘Tis the Season – And It’s Not Christmas!

As fall descends on us, ‘tis the season to spread our love of the arts and the economic, educational, and cultural significance that makes Ohio a smART place to live, work, and play! In this Executive Message, Donna S. Collins offers a sampling of the amazing creativity abounding here in the Buckeye State.

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