Monthly Archives: March 2011

News from Katerina Ruedi Ray

Dear Ohio Citizens for the Arts members, A new documentary from WBGU-TV puts a spotlight on the importance of arts industries to northwest Ohio. “Creative Economy of Northwest Ohio,” is a 30-minute documentary that showcases the economic and community impact … Continue reading

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Tips for the Busy Arts Advocate

Ohio Citizens for the Arts is a member of Americans for the Arts – our national arts advocacy organization.  Together OCA and AFTA provide a cadre of resources and tools you can use.  In this advocacy issue we want to … Continue reading

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Governor Kasich Announces Proposed State Budget

Today, March 15, 2011, Governor John Kasich announced his proposed FY2012-2013 state budget. Ohio Citizens for the Arts Board of Directors, at its meeting in December 2010, set a goal of maintaining the current budget levels (FY2010-2011=$13,188,850) of the Ohio … Continue reading

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Advocacy Is A Habit Of Mind

Advocacy is a habit of mind. Spend a few minutes each day to be informed. Read emails, e-news, and action alerts from Ohio Citizens for the Arts – we’ll keep you up-to-date about the state budget and the process for … Continue reading

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Ohio Arts Council Budget Cut 19.5%

Today, Ohio Governor John Kasich released his budget proposal for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. This budget includes a 19.5 percent reduction to the Ohio Arts Council’s (OAC) general fund appropriation, bringing its FY12/13 budget to $10,611,408. After sustaining a … Continue reading

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News from Ohio Citizens for the Arts

As we anticipate the release of the Governor’s proposed state budget we ask that you take a few minutes to read our E-News and pay special attention to the Talking Points 2011 article.  Much care and attention went into preparing … Continue reading

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