Tagged: Organizations

Career Opportunities in Large Arts and Heritage Organizations, Before, During, and After COVID-19

Washington, D.C., is filled with major attractions that focus on art, history, culture, and heritage. From the Smithsonian Institution to the National Gallery of Art to the Washington Monument, there is certainly no shortage of vast arts and heritage organizations in the nation’s capital. Normally, these venues are packed with tourists and visitors, as well as locals who don’t want to lose sight of what makes their community so special. COVID-19, however, had its own plans and was able to incapacitate even the most time-honored spots.

Career opportunities Large ArtsCareer opportunities at these sites were flourishing in the pre-pandemic days, suffered greatly during

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Cleveland Orchestra, Arts and Culture Organizations Get More SBA Support as Ohio Funding Tops $313 Million

Ohio arts and cultural businesses have received more than $313 million through the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program

More than $100 million of those federal dollars have been granted to Northeast Ohio venues and operators, shuttered in part or completely during the pandemic.  

The Small Business Administration is now providing supplemental dollars beyond the initial grants issued earlier this year. The Cleveland Metroparks will receive an additional $3 million beyond its initial grant of $6 million. The Musical Arts Association, which operates the Cleveland Orchestra, will receive an additional $2 million, bringing its total to $8

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Arts grants awarded to 22 local organizations

African American Visual Artists Guild: Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms

Bach Society of Dayton: Renewed – A Celebration of Paul Laurence Dunbar

City of Vandalia: Vandalia Mural Project

Co-op Dayton: A New Public Artwork at the Gem City Market

Dare to Defy Productions: Charlie and Doggy and the Song at the Edge of the World

Dayton Fellowship Club Inc.: Restart the Arts: Boards of Recovery

Dayton Liederkranz-Turner: GermanFest Picnic

Dayton Literary Peace Prize Foundation: Dayton Literary Peace Prize Student Author Series

Dayton Metro Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society: Everyone in Harmony in Dayton

Dayton Metro Library: Undesign the Redline:

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Pop Tarts Is Celebrating Dia De Muertos With A Limited-Edition Box And Grants To Latinx Art Organizations

As far as I am concerned, come the day after Labor Day, it’s all about fall. I know *technically* that spooky season doesn’t start for another few weeks, but I like to get the celebrations going. Everything gets covered in pumpkin spice (which has already started), the leaves just begin to change colors, and everywhere you look is burnt orange, bright ghoul-y green, and blood red.

To celebrate the season, tons of brands give a fresh look to their products. Pop-Tarts is dressing up their boxes in the bright colors and designs of Dia De Muertos, or Day of

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