Monthly Archives: April 2011

Arts Education Prepares Children for Life!

By fostering critical thinking and imagination, the arts and arts education prepare our children to meet the workforce demands of the 21st century. The following points can be used as conversation starters with friends, colleagues, and policy-makers.  Start the conversation … Continue reading

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Preserving Ohio’s Cultural Heritage

It is essential to preserve Ohio’s cultural heritage, which serves as a legacy for future generations and a catalyst for community pride.  The following points can be used as conversation starters with friends, colleagues, and policy-makers.  Start the conversation today! … Continue reading

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News from Ohio Citizens for the Arts

Ohio Citizens for the Arts has a host of resources available to assist you with your advocacy efforts to support public funding for the arts in Ohio.  Please take a moment to review the following resources and take action! Talking … Continue reading

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From Americans for the Arts

This morning, the House Appropriations Committee publicly released the final budget agreement for FY 2011 negotiated by President Obama with House and Senate leaders, which includes $155 million in funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). This represents … Continue reading

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OCA Vice President Greenwood Testifies on Behalf of Public Funding for the Arts through the OAC

Ohio Arts Council FY2012/2013 Biennial Budget Mr. Timothy Greenwood, Vice President Ohio Citizens for the Arts Testimony – March 31, 2011 Finance Subcommittee – Higher Education Ohio House of Representatives Mr. Chairman and members of the Committee, my name is … Continue reading

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