Arts & Culture in the Square: Jason Estremera

Jason Estremera, Director of Business Services with the Hispanic Business Center, knows from first-hand experience how important diversity in arts & culture is for a community. As owner of Trunk Collective clothing store in Gordon Square, board member of Cleveland Public Theatre, and an actor in Teatro Publico de Cleveland in Gordon Square, he has witnessed how theater has the power to comfort people and challenge conventional thought. More...

Arts & Culture in the Square: Kamla Lewis

Kamla Lewis, Director of Neighborhood Revitalization for the City of Shaker Heights, is a long-time fan of Public Square, and since the renovated Square reopened in 2016, she’s visited many times. She’s also a big fan of the arts and culture scene in Cleveland, and finds herself participating in some arts and culture activity nearly every weekend. More...

Support for Artists Planning Team Update

By Joe Gibbons, Board President, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Board of Trustees

As the Support for Artists Planning Team begins its important work this month, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s Board of Trustees and staff feel it is critically important to provide our volunteer planning team with the resources they will need to incorporate broad public input as they develop recommendations on how CAC can support individual artists and creative people in the county. More...

Neighborhood Connections, with additional funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, announces $250,745 in funding for 100 projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland neighborhoods

CLEVELAND (June 5, 2017) – Neighborhood Connections has approved $250,745 in grants to support 100 projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, the local public funder for arts and culture, will co-fund 23 of the resident-led arts and culture projects through a partnership with Neighborhood Connections. More...

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