As the season winds to a close, things are really starting to heat up. What are your plans this weekend?
Six high school students will be named winners and take home $4,000 each at the Cincinnati Arts Association’s annual Overture Awards. Another 18 finalists will win $1,000 apiece.
Award-winning artist/poet Annie Ruth and the Cincinnati Arts Association are hosting “Dada Rafiki: I see you sister,” a multicultural celebration of music, dance and song.
Who will be voted Cincinnati’s best celebrity disco dancer? Find out when the Cincinnati Arts Association celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Dancing for the Stars. Proceeds from the April 9 fundaraiser will benefit CAA’s Overture Awards, the nation’s largest locally run high school arts scholarship competition.
Recessions, stock market swings, election years – none affect nonprofit fundraising, Cincinnati insiders say, as much as telling compelling stories. Stronger storytelling, they say, leads to more donors and higher levels of loyalty and giving. But as they enter 2016, development directors in Cincinnati aren’t looking merely for financial donors but, rather, to build relationships with people who care about the organization’s mission.