June 2011

Business + Arts = Places We Want to Be

This month, Americans for the Arts is hosting a blog salon with arts professionals across the country weighing in on "changes in the nonprofits model and some of the reasons the field is constantly looking for a better way to conduct business." Margy Waller's most recent entry is below. To read all of the thoughts from arts leaders and supporters across the country, check out the ARTSblog.


The Arts Create Extraordinary Shared Experiences

This month, Americans for the Arts is hosting a blog salon with arts professionals across the country weighing in on "changes in the nonprofits model and some of the reasons the field is constantly looking for a better way to conduct business." Margy Waller's most recent entry is below. To read all of the thoughts from arts leaders and supporters across the country, check out the ARTSblog.

 

Community Invests $9.8 Million in the Region’s Arts Groups

June 24, 2011 — People all across our community will learn today how their support of the arts combines to make a significant investment in the creative things happening all over our region. ArtsWave announced that community volunteers approved distributing $9.8 million to support the music, dance, museums, theatre, festivals, and more that make our neighborhoods great.

Let there be light... and a Curve Ball

We know music brings people together all the time -- and all over. Here's a short post about the special experience shared by those who came to the Mason-Deerfield Arts Alliance event with the Cincinnati Pops (co-sponsored by ArtsWave Presents). Crossposted from the Alliance's Facebook page: