Always looking for ways to integrate art into the everyday, Wave Pool has announced Welcome (M)Art, an immersive art/food residency program that blurs the lines between art gallery, grocery and dinner party…
In 2017, UWGC realized that its traditional funding process under its Black-led social change initiative wasn’t reaching many small grassroots organizations. After connecting with Black changemakers through interviews, conversations, research and ideation sessions, United Way created Champions of Change.
Reportedly, for the first time in Cincinnati history, a professional African American dance company will present a full season of performances with content curated specifically for celebrating the African American community.
The grants are part of the “Build to Scale” program, which is administered annually by the EDA and aims to accelerate technology entrepreneurship by increasing inclusive access to business support and startup capital.
In partnership with The Contemporary Arts Center, Cradle Cincinnati and Queens Village Cincinnati, “A Queen’s Liberation Story” is designed to give women/womxn the tools and knowledge to take ownership of their bodies, with a narrative that doesn’t shy away from reproductive health.