Apollo’s Fire Baroque Orchestra | Arts Projects – Music ($35,000)“We thank the National Endowment for the Arts for its continued support and recognition of the creative excellence of Ohio’s arts organizations and artists,” said Ohio Arts Council Executive Director Donna S. Collins. “This past year has been especially challenging for the arts and culture sector throughout the country, and this investment in Ohio is a testament to our state’s strengths of innovation, inventiveness, and ingenuity.”
DANCECleveland | Arts Projects – Dance ($20,000)
Cleveland Public Theatre | Arts Projects – Theatre ($10,000)
Tri-C Foundation | Arts Projects – Dance ($15,000)
Tri-C Foundation (on behalf of Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland) | Arts Projects – Music ($20,000)
Front Exhibition Company | Arts Projects – Music ($20,000)
Greater Cleveland Urban Film Foundation | Arts Projects – Media Arts ($20,000)
Karamu House | Arts Projects – Theatre ($15,000)
L.A.N.D. Studio | Arts Projects – Presenting & Multidisciplinary Works ($35,000)
The Cleveland Orchestra | Arts Projects – Music ($40,000)
The Sculpture Center | Arts Projects – Visual Arts ($20,000)
SPACES | Arts Projects – Visual Arts ($25,000)
Zygote Press | Arts Projects – Visual Arts ($20,000)
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