POA Arts & Culture Grantseeker Symposium – October 19, 2017 – St. John’s Episcopal Church – $15 advance/$20 at the door Power of the Arts brings together the Ohio Arts & Humanities Councils, Ohio Citizens for the Arts, Mahoning Valley foundations, arts and culture nonprofits, and individual artists, to discuss arts and culture funding in the Valley and Ohio. St. John’s will host the event in the Great Hall. George Nelson of The Business Journal will moderate the panel and Q&A. Dinner by Café India. Dana School of Music students will play a brief jazz set showcasing Dana’s Steinway, housed at St. John’s: Jason Volovar on piano, Matt Jackson on bass guitar, Hobie Butcher on drums.
Per the Morning Journal, budget cuts have eliminated art class, library time and recess at the middle school. But they find money to hire a wrestling coach. Parents have complained, but no resolution in sight. Click here to read full story in the Morning Journal.
Power of the Arts announces the launching of its new website. Its goal is to help promote events of Power of the Arts members, allow for increased community participation, continue and increase our public advocacy for the arts, and to ramp up educational opportunities available to our members and those who live in the Valley. We look forward to bringing to the Valley all the vibrant arts and culture opportunities it has to offer.
Power of the Arts doesn’t know who produced this or who originally posted this other than Ytown Swing. It is cool.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announced Hamilton: An American Musical is making a stop at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh during the 2018-2019 season. Season ticket holders from the 2017-2018 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh season will have first access to Hamilton tickets when they renew their subscription for the 2018-2019 season. Link to WPXI.com for more information here.