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Goodbye Mariana - We'll Miss You!

For the past 18 years, the Fine Arts Fund was blessed with Mariana. Last week we celebrated her time here and wished her good luck on the new chapter in her life.

But before she left, we captured a few memories, stories, characteristics, and Marianaisms on video. Watch as we share the joy and wisdom Mariana brought to us and to our community:

Bike Art

People from all over our community came together to celebrate the dedication of the first art bike rack, Tour de Cincy. This bike rack is 1 of 15 in the Queen City Art Racks series: a new initiative to bring artist-designed, functional bike racks to public spaces.

RSVP for Our Party!

We are announcing the results of our annual community campaign at a party tonight!
And we would love for YOU to join us!

The Campaign Celebration Party is at the Carnegie art center in Covington, one of many organizations supported by your contributions to the annual community campaign for the arts.

Update - Annual Community Campaign for the Arts


Each week during the annual community campaign for the arts, the Cincinnati Enquirer provides an update about the contributions from people around Cincinnati. We are sharing that information with you on the blog for the remainder of the campaign.

The Fine Arts Fund annual community campaign brings people together from across the region to support the music, dance, storytelling, art centers, festivals, and museums making Cincinnati a vibrant place to live, work, play, and visit.

A Little Bit Can Add Up to a Lot

The Enquirer editorial board gave us a wonderful shout-out, calling for broad support to our annual community campaign -- for the dance, theatre, music, museums and so one that benefit people all over our community.

Here's what they said, in part:

Update - More Contributions for Annual Community Campaign


Each week during the annual community campaign for the arts, the Cincinnati Enquirer provides an update about the contributions from people around Cincinnati. We are sharing that information with you on the blog for the remainder of the campaign.

The Fine Arts Fund annual community campaign brings people together from across the region to support the music, dance, storytelling, art centers, festivals, and museums making Cincinnati a vibrant place to live, work, play, and stay.

Window Galleries by Landor & Visionaries and Voices


Guest Blogger: Kristen Alvarez, Campaign Manager

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Fine Arts Fund Presents....

This spring, large and small arts organizations across our region are sharing music, dance, theatre, opera, and visual arts at neighborhood community arts centers, in a new series—Fine Arts Fund Presents….

Splash Dance Contributes to the Best of Cincinnati

City Beat editors just announced the Best of Cincinnati 2010. We're thrilled that Splash Dance received TWO mentions: 'Out and About' and 'Best New Thing'.