2013 Project Support II Panel Review - Day 1
Wednesday, October 24 at 10am to 5pm
Smith Studio at Idea Center at PlayhouseSquare
1375 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture invites applicants and members of the community to observe its Panel Review meetings, during which arts and culture experts from around the country will review and score the applications of 189 arts and culture organizations based in Cuyahoga County who have applied for CAC funding in 2013.
The Panel will review the applications to CAC’s 2013 Project Support program on October 22-25 at the Idea Center at PlayhouseSquare.
Applicants, members of the public, and members of the media are welcome to attend or listen to the panels streamed live online at www.cacgrants.org.
Please see the Audience Guide and the Frequently Asked Questions for the 2013 Project Support II Panel Review for more details about the meeting, including the Order of Review and more information about the process.
The final award amounts for CAC funding in 2013 will be announced at a meeting of CAC’s Board of Trustees on Monday, November 19, at 4 p.m. at MOCA Cleveland.
Directions and Parking
Directions to the Idea Center and more information about parking are available at ideastream.org.
Lot and garage parking are available in a number of nearby parking lots:
Hanna Garage – Entrance on Prospect Avenue near E. 14th Street
Halle Garage – Entrance on Huron Road or Prospect Avenue near E. 14th Street
Playhouse Square Garage – Entrance at E. 15th Street and Chester Avenue
Theater District surface lot – Corner of E. 17th Street and Euclid Avenue
Renaissance Garage – Entrance on E. 14th Street near Prospect Avenue
Statler Building Garage – Entrance on Euclid Avenue near E. 12th Street
Metered on-street parking is available near the Idea Center on Euclid Avenue, Prospect Avenue, and E. 13th Street.
CAC’s mission is to inspire and strengthen the community by investing in arts and culture. Since 2007, CAC has invested more than $80 million in more than 180 local arts and cultural organizations in Cuyahoga County. CAC’s vision for its first 10 years of public funding for arts and culture is to help build stronger, more resilient arts and culture organizations, create vibrant and energetic neighborhoods infused with culture, and establish Cuyahoga County as a hub of creative activity and a destination for artists.