The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education has awarded twelve community organizations a total of $6,000 during the most recent round of the Franklin County Neighborhood Arts program.
The Franklin County Neighborhood Arts program supports neighborhood and community groups with public arts projects in all disciplines. Projects that actively provide access to the arts for people of all cultural backgrounds, economic status, sexual orientation, age and physical ability receive priority consideration.
Grants will go to projects such as a site-specific dance performance by the Dublin Arts Council, a concert series by the German Village Garten Club, and a community mural by the Olde Towne Arts Association.
The following is a list of organizations and grant amounts for the most recent round of funding:
Arts Council of Westerville – $500
Rock the ‘Ville
Arts and music festival in Uptown Westerville.
Djun’Kendafala Dance Company – $500
Sonoma the Leader
Performance at the Djun’Kendafala Children Drum & Dance
Drake Oration Company – $500
Dublin Arts Council – $500
The Decent of this Water: Rain
Site-specific, outdoor, contemporary dance project.
Footsteps Dance Company – $500
Confessions of a Bully
Socio-dance production addressing the effects of bullying.
German Village Garten Club – $500
Frank Fetch Park Third Sunday Concert Series
Summer concert series.