Live on September 23-25: Listen live from your desktop or mobile device


Thanks for your interest in Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s panel review meetings. We are pleased to provide a live audio stream of our panel review meetings which will take place at the Idea Center at Playhouse Square in downtown Cleveland on Monday, September 23 through Wednesday, September 25, 2019. The meetings are open to the public and all are invited.

Panel Review Meetings Schedule


2020 Project Support I Panel Review Meetings
Monday, September 23, 10 am to 5 pm 
Tuesday, September 24, 9 am to conclusion

View the audience guide.

2020 General Operating Support Panel Review Meeting
Wednesday, September 25, 10 am to conclusion

View the audience guide.

Please note that the schedule is subject to change and meetings may run shorter or longer than scheduled. Please follow the Panel’s progress by following Cuyahoga Arts & Culture on Twitter (@CuyArtsC), where staff will post live updates throughout. 

2020 Project Support II Panel

This panel will be conducted online, and panelist comments will be made available on the CAC website later this fall.

View the panel guide.

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Submit a Public Comment or Information Correction Form

Public Comment Form
After the Panel Chair closes the evaluation portion of the panel review meeting and scoring is complete, CAC will hold an informal session for public comment on the grant program and the panel review process. Audience members and the public are welcome to participate by attending in person or by submitting the Public Comment Form.

Information Correction Form
If an applicant believes that a panelist has presented incorrect information regarding their application, they should complete the Information Correction Form, also available at the reception table. A CAC staff member will deliver the form to the panel chair to determine if the correction is objective in nature. If it is, the panel chair will read the correction to the panel and for the public.

An example of objective misinformation would be a panelist misstating the number of performances detailed in a particular application. This is not an opportunity to provide additional information.