CLEVELAND (November 28, 2018) – Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) and the Center for Performance and Civic Practice (CPCP) announced today a cohort of 12 Cuyahoga County artists and 12 nonprofit partner organizations who will participate in CPCP’s Learning Lab program (list follows). More...
Arts & Culture’s Board of Trustees met on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at
SPACES in Cleveland. Here’s what you missed if you weren’t able to attend. More...
Arts & Culture held a special meeting of its Board of Trustees on Friday,
August 31 at Noon at ideastream in downtown Cleveland. More...
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CLEVELAND, OHIO (April 18, 2018)
– Karen Gahl-Mills, CEO & executive director of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) for the past eight years, is leaving the public grantmaking organization effective June 7, 2018, and plans to expand her teaching practice in Chicago. More...
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s Board of Trustees has its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at 4 p.m. in the Miller Classroom at Idea Center, 1375 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. We hope you will join us. More...
If you couldn’t attend our November Board meeting, here’s what you missed:
Record-Number General Operating Support and Project Support Grants Announced
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s Board of Trustees approved its largest slate of grants totaling more than $12 million to 257 organizations at its November 13 meeting at the Cleveland History Center
. After the meeting, an informal reception was held to celebrate the newest grant recipients. More...
Last week, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved spending $10.2 million for the General Operating Support
(GOS) grant program in 2018-2019. That vote was taken at a public meeting, and
it followed months of discussions with arts groups and public pronouncements
signaling the funding level. Since then, we’ve contacted each of the 61 organizations that will receive funding through that program and shared this
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