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The ArtsOhio Blog is the Ohio Arts Council's way to share stories that highlight the arts in Ohio, feedback from the field, interviews with artists and staff, and more. Sign up for the ArtsOhio newsletter to receive a curated selection of posts each month.

A collage of images from various Ohio arts organizations, including Great Lakes Theater, the Dancing Wheels Company, and Sogbety Diomande.

With a Little Help from Our Friends … Ohio Arts Organizations Have A New Funding Opportunity

In this Executive Message, learn about the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative that will award grants of $30,000 – $75,000 to small and mid-sized arts organizations in the Midwest, prioritizing arts organizations that are led by and serving people from rural communities, and/or led by and serving people of color and Indigenous people. Nominations are due July 8, 2020.
A screenshot of a virtual panel hosted by the Ohio Arts Council on April 7, 2020.

Your Ohio Arts Council at Work: We're Looking Out for You

The Ohio Arts Council team has been working to make access to grant funds stress-free, hosting panel meetings virtually, and planning for the future. In this Executive Message, Donna S. Collins discusses agency priorities and the current work being done to support grantees during the COVID-19 crisis.
A photo of pewter dinnerware made by Willa Hollingsworth

Traditional Arts in Ohio: Embodied Learning and Pewtersmithing

Ohio Arts Council Folk and Traditional Arts Contractor Cristina Benedetti visited Millersburg, Ohio, to meet Willa Hollingsworth, a pewterer and owner of Three Feathers Pewter. At the Three Feathers workshop, she learned about Ms. Hollingsworth's study of the traditional craft through years of apprenticeship and practice.

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