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How the Arts Make An Impact

  • World Choir Games Volunteers

    Volunteers Make Cincinnati a More Welcoming Place

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 27, 2015
    More than 5,000 local volunteers are gearing up for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. The volunteer effort for the 2012 World Choir Games inspired the creation of The Welcomers Network.

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    Looking Ahead to 2015

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 27, 2015
    Now is also the moment to look forward to exciting events in the New Year. At ArtsWave, we’re focused on the 2015 Annual Community Campaign. Here are just a few reasons we’re getting excited to kick-off in Feburary:

  • ArtsPass Partners

    posted by REBECCA CALKIN On Jan 27, 2015
    More than 80 arts organizations, non-profits, restaurants, shops, and companies are committed to helping our community discover the region through the ArtsPass and CincYPerks.

  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 27, 2015
    CCHMC has been a tremendous supporter of the ArtsWave annual community campaign for many years. CCHMC understands the arts can have a transformative effect on the lives of everyone in our community.

  • P&G

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 26, 2015
    A global company with deep Cincinnati roots, P&G has been an essential partner for ArtsWave for decades. It runs the largest workplace campaign for ArtsWave with more than 6,200 employees and nearly 400 retirees giving over $1.3 million in 2014 alone. But P&G’s contributions to ArtsWave and our community go far beyond dollars.

  • Greater Cincinnati Foundation

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 26, 2015
    For more than 50 years, GCF has made grants and provided leadership in a variety of areas to help build a better community, including economic opportunity, educational success, environmental stewardship, health and wellness, and cultural vibrancy. GCF has long recognized the value of arts and culture in building a strong, thriving community. This alignment with ArtsWave’s goals for the community has led to many collaborations and partnerships between the organizations.

  • Agenda 360

    posted by ALECIA KINTNER On Jan 26, 2015
    Among ArtsWave’s many civic partners is Agenda 360, the region’s action plan related to nurturing talent, increasing jobs, and building economic opportunity for residents. ArtsWave and Agenda 360 work collaboratively on research, strategic initiatives, and advancing collective action with other nonprofit service organizations.

  • Partners in Action: You

    posted by ALECIA KINTNER On Jan 26, 2015
    In school districts with strong arts education programs, the community – parents, families, artists, arts organizations, businesses, local civic and cultural leaders – is actively engaged in the development of arts policies and instructional programs of the school district.

  • The Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 26, 2015
    For the past two years, The Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, has provided special funding that allows ArtsWave to “go broad” and “go deep” in its support of arts activities in different locations across the region.