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New Public Art Greets Students and Visitors on Ohio’s College Campuses

Four college campuses recently installed new public art. From blown glass to sculpture to murals, the works were inspired by their future homes in Ohio's thriving educational institutions.
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Governor's Awards 2022: Boneyfiddle Project, Community Development and Participation

The Boneyfiddle Project is a nonprofit organization created to promote commerce through the arts in the historic district of Boneyfiddle in Portsmouth, the county seat of Scioto County. Founded by Robert and Julia Black, the Boneyfiddle Project is driven by a belief in music and the arts as healing forces capable of spurring lasting, positive change.
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Governor's Awards 2022: William “Bill” Mullane, Community Development and Participation Award Winner

William “Bill” Mullane is an artist, educator, administrator, and civic leader whose collaborative and creative leadership has shaped myriad arts and culture organizations and initiatives throughout the Mahoning Valley.
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Governor's Awards 2022: KeyBank-Toledo, Business Support of the Arts Award Winner

Headquartered in Ohio, KeyBank prides itself on actively engaging with local initiatives, charities, and arts and cultural groups located in the communities it serves. For 25 years, KeyBank’s support of organizations in Toledo and Lucas County has impacted millions of people in Northwest Ohio.
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Governor's Awards 2022: Burt and Alice Saidel, Arts Patron Award Winner

For Burt and Alice Saidel, a shared love of the arts is inextricably entwined with their love for each other. The couple, who have been married for 65 years and have lived in Dayton for 64 of them, are familiar figures in the West Central Ohio arts community.

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