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...
Throughout his professional career, Garry Regan has been
focused on bringing arts & culture experiences to the masses. More...
The President’s current budget proposal eliminates funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. NEA has said that is “business as usual” until the proposed budget is finalized.
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture has received a NEA grant to bring arts and culture to Public Square in Summer 2017, and that grant remains unchanged. We encourage you to learn more and submit ideas until March 29 at www.cacgrants.org/square
If you currently receive funding from the NEA, connect with your program officer and assess what, if any, impact the President’s proposal will have on your current grant. Learn more about NEA’s work