Tagged: Pandemic

Federal grants help Hawaii arts and culture groups survive pandemic

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Cuyahoga Arts and Culture Will Give $11.6 Million in Grants Across 249 Organizations as Impact of Pandemic Continues

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As Northeast Ohio arts organizations endure the recent Covid spike, which has led to canceled performaces and exhibitions, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture is hoping that the $11.6 million in grants it’ll distribute in 2022 to 249 nonprofits will bring a measure of relief as the pandemic continues to take its toll.

“Our grantees look to us for reliable support, and we are happy we can provide that this

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Denver arts and culture lost nearly $1 billion during pandemic, threatening growth

In addition to erasing a decade of growth in Denver’s art scene, with nearly $1 billion in losses in 2020 as compared with 2019, last year’s venue closures and stay-at-home orders could continue to threaten the metro area’s creative economy for years to come.

That’s one of the takeaways from a new report compiled by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, which found that key metrics for financial health in Denver arts and culture plummeted by double-digit percentage points in most categories — some by nearly 50%.

The 2021 Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture, typically released every

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Denver arts and culture lost $1.5 billion during pandemic, threatening growth

In addition to erasing a decade of growth in Denver’s art scene, with a whopping $1.5 billion in losses in 2020 as compared with 2019, last year’s venue closures and stay-at-home orders could continue to threaten the metro area’s creative economy for years to come.

That’s one of the takeaways from a new report compiled by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, which found that key metrics for financial health in Denver arts and culture plummeted by double-digit percentage points in most categories — some by nearly 50%.

The 2021 Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture, typically released

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