As a funding source for more than 100 arts organizations and programs, the 92-year-old council hopes to grow its donor base and raise more than $12 million, which would mark the sixth year in a row surpassing that milestone.
ArtsWave announced a new grant-making program – ArtsWave Pride. The program’s purpose is to promote, celebrate and create inclusive arts experiences that may appeal to or have relevance to the broader LGBTQIA community.
The most basic elements of any story are a beginning, a middle and an end. The more nuanced elements include an introduction, interesting characters, conflict, high stakes, transformation and resolution. By any of these measures, the story of Cincy Stories remains incomplete. The end, or resolution, is nowhere in sight. But the power of a story, in the telling and the hearing, has been plain to see.
Jay Chatterjee, recognized for his transformational impact on the University of Cincinnati architecture program and the campus itself, will be honored by ArtsWave with its Sachs Fund Prize.
After more than a decade of angst and 16 months of anticipation, Music Hall reopens this weekend with a pair of concerts by the Cincinnati Symphony and an extensive housewarming event Saturday hosted by ArtsWave. Take advantage, and be a witness to history. Plus, there are lots of other events upcoming…read on.
Two important instructions this week:
1) Contribute to ArtsWave today to help them reach their campaign goal of $12.6 million. The arts are absolutely key in making Cincinnati uniquely special.
2) Plan your weekend using our hand-picked events!
And if you need to look further ahead, check out the most comprehensive arts listings in the region at MoversMakers.org