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    CEO Reflections: BOARDway Bound Deepens Roots and Cultivates Arts Leadership

    posted by Alecia Kintner On May 18, 2018
    ArtsWave's BOARDway Bound program offers professional development for participants and a crop of skilled leaders for local arts nonprofits.

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    CEO Reflections: Matchmaking and Mural Painting

    posted by Alecia Kintner On Dec 01, 2017
    At events like BOARDWay Bound's Speed Dating, the ArtsWave office reinforces the beliefs that ArtsWave most fervently upholds. Now, with help from Kolar Design, we're taking our environmental design one giant step forward.

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    BOARDway Bound a 3-Way Win for Companies, Employees and the Arts

    posted by Mike Boberg On Jul 17, 2015
    Having both younger and transplanted employees engage in a program like BOARDway Bound is a win-win-win for employers, the employees and the arts. Why? Here are just a few reasons

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    Profile: ArtsWave YP Committee Co-Chairs

    posted by Stefanie Lehmann On Apr 14, 2015
    Paul Tomich and Gwen Kirles are co-chairs of the ArtsWave Young Professionals (YP) committee. This advisory group is comprised of more than 40 committed young professionals, ages 21 to 40, looking to get more involved and invested in Cincinnati’s vibrant arts community

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    posted by MIKE BOBERG On Jan 26, 2015
    This innovative arts board-training program provides participants with the tools they need to be an active and engaged volunteer, and then matches them with a local arts organization for an observership. To date, ArtsWave’s board leadership program has placed nearly 300 volunteers with local arts boards.