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George Nemeth · links for 2008-10-24

October 24th, 2008

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  1. Sharon McMillan Says:

    I hope a lot of people participate in the Ohio Arts Council round the state consultation tour. It’s an opportunity to let the Council know how arts can have a bigger profile in their community. Our daughter chose to get her arts education in Ohio and hopes to work in the state after graduation. I met her classmates during a recent trip to visit her at her residence, and was so moved by their vision and dedication to the work. These kids are so dynamic and creative. Ohioans ought to do what they can to keep these young adults in the State after graduation. And Kudo’s to Ohio’s fantastic colleges – the programs offered compete with the best anywhere.

    The Ohio Arts Council is touring the State in November and again in Spring – contact them to find out when they’ll be in your region. Contact info: (614) 728-4409 or e-mailing jodie.engle@oac.state.oh.us.

    Here’s an excerpt from the article referred to above.

    The OAC feels the arts are a tool for bringing communities together by “increasing the effectiveness of primary education, helping to improve the quality of life for youth at risk, preparing individuals for higher education and the work place” and “generate a significant economic impact,” according to material provided by the OAC.

    “As a good steward of public tax dollars, the Ohio Arts Council wants to discover what communities, large and small, value about creativity and the arts and how the arts can strengthen their community to help us re-envision our role servicing the citizens of Ohio,” the OAC material indicates.