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2012 Ohio Alliance for Arts Education Awards Individuals & Organizations for Their Commitment to Improve Arts Education in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio – May 16, 2012– The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE) today announced the winners of its 2012 Arts Education Virtuoso Awards, given annually to recognize exemplary support for and commitment to quality arts education programs by individuals and organizations. The awards will be presented on June 2 at 2:00 PM during a ceremony at the Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 S. High St., in Columbus. The ceremony will be held as part of an arts education celebration that includes a theatre performance of The 39 Steps by CATCO (Contemporary American Theatre Company).  Details and ticket information may be obtained by calling OAAE at 614.224.1060.

The recipients are:

The 2012 Arts Education Virtuoso Award Winners include:

Steve and Joy Kaser of Delaware, Ohio, for their lifetime of philanthropic contribution to the arts and arts education.

Superintendent Camille Nasbe and Fine Arts Director David Bell, of Winton Woods City Schools, Cincinnati, for support of arts education in curricula.

Santina Protopapa executive director and founder of Progressive Arts Alliance, Cleveland, for her grassroots community arts education work.

Jackie Calderone director of Calderone Arts, and founding director of TRANSIT ARTS, Columbus, for her innovative programs for central Ohio youth.

AEP Foundation, Columbus, for their strong commitment to the arts and arts education in Ohio.

About The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education
The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education is a statewide service organization whose mission is to ensure the arts are an integral part of the education of every Ohioan. The annual awards presentation is an opportunity to honor those individuals and organizations that support arts education through their talents, gifts and resources.

Lima City Schools Board of Education, Lima, Ohio, will also be recognized as Ohio’s nominee to the national Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network and National School Board Association Annual Award.

“Arts education in Ohio’s schools differs from town to town and in recent years has become less of a priority for some districts as they struggle to make tough financial decisions,” said Christy Farnbauch, OAAE president. “Through the efforts of our award winners, Ohio students received high quality instruction from professional arts educators, experienced unique artist residencies and effective arts-integrated learning experiences.”

OAAE’s Award Committee is chaired by Lauren Hess, Marketing Manager, May Festival, Cincinnati. Committee members include Dr. Mara J. Gross, Managing Director, Columbus Children’s Choir; David Guion, Executive Director, Dublin Arts Council;  Jarrod Hartzler, Managing Director, Ashland Symphony Orchestra, Wooster; Tim Katz, Education Director, Community Arts Education program, Greater Columbus Arts Council; and Christy Farnbauch, President, Strategic Links, LLC, Hilliard.

  


2011 Ohio Alliance for Arts Education Awards Mrs. Louise Dieterle Nippert, Ed Stern, Muse Machine, and VH1 Save the Music Foundation for Their Commitment to Improve Arts Education in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio – January 25, 2011– The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE) today announced the winners of its 2011 Arts Education Virtuoso Awards, which are given annually for exemplary support for and commitment to quality arts education programs from individuals and organizations.  The four winners are Mrs. Louise Dieterle Nippert of Cincinnati, for her lifetime of philanthropic contributions to the arts and arts education, Ed Stern of Cincinnati, as Producing Artistic Director of the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park for the creation of quality arts education programs, Dayton’s Muse Machine for changing the lives of students and teachers through the arts for 29 years, and VH1 Save the Music Foundation for its national work to restore music education in America’s public schools.

“Arts education saw a tough year in 2010, but through the efforts of our award winners, Ohio’s students received high quality instruction from professional arts educators, experienced unique artist residencies, effective arts-integrated learning experiences, as well as attended arts performances and exhibits, and music education programs were restored,” said Christy Farnbauch, President. “The purpose of the OAAE is to improve arts education in schools and communities across Ohio.  We want to recognize and celebrate ongoing advocacy for arts education and loyal commitment and investment to the arts in Ohio. This year’s award winners have certainly exceeded those parameters with their strong support of arts education programs.”

The award will be presented on April 10, 2011, at a special ceremony, just before the performance of Pictures at an Exhibition, presented by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra at Music Hall in Cincinnati.

The 2011 Arts Education Virtuoso Award Winners include:

Mrs. Louise Dieterle Nippert - Mrs. Nippert is a woman of many enthusiasms who has freely given of her time and money for decades. She conducts her philanthropy her way - behind the scenes, without fanfare, and always with grace and pride in her hometown's people and institutions. Born Louise Dieterle, Mrs. Nippert, a professionally trained singer, calls music her greatest love, and in 1987 she received a special Post-Corbett Award for lifetime achievement for her contributions to the arts in Cincinnati. Recently the Louise Dieterle Nippert Musical Arts Fund was established with an $85 million fund to sustain classical performing arts of the highest quality for the Greater Cincinnati community. The Fund will help maintain the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra as a full-time orchestra presenting music at the world’s highest professional level, and will support the CSO’s continued service as the resident orchestra for the Cincinnati Opera, May Festival and expanded service to the Cincinnati Ballet. In 1988, the Nipperts founded Greenacres Foundation to convert their homestead in Indian Hill into an education center. The foundation's mission reflects their interests – environment, sustainable agriculture and cultural-arts education. Thousands of school children and teachers each year visit the center, free of charge, for classes and to observe a working farm.

Ed Stern – Producing Artistic Director at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park since 1992, Ed Stern has always been passionate and involved and deeply committed to the Playhouse’s education programs. With support from Dick & Lois Rosenthal, Ed began the Next Generation Theatre Series, at the time the only performance series of its kind in the region geared for young children and their parents. In 1996 Ed was the primary force behind the creation of Adopt-A-School, a two year residency program that brought integrated learning through the arts from arts organizations and teaching artists to disadvantaged schools and their students. He also inaugurated the League of Cincinnati Theatres, which serves to strengthen, nurture, and promote Cincinnati’s theater community. Milestones of Ed’s career at the Playhouse have included two Tony Awards – one in 2004 for Best Regional Theatre and one in 2007 for Best Revival of a Musical, for Company. In the past two years, Ed has helped the Playhouse with its ambitious Off the Hill program, partnering with nearly two dozen community-based arts centers to bring performances and classes into neighborhoods throughout greater Cincinnati.

Muse Machine - Muse Machine is a nationally recognized arts education organization annually serving 70,000 students and their teachers in 10 counties in southwestern Ohio. The mission of Muse Machine is to change the lives of young people through the arts. They do this by bringing artists into the schools, offering professional development for teachers to facilitate arts integration into their teaching, and by providing opportunities for students to attend professional performances.

VH1 Save the Music Foundation – The VH1 Save the Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring music education in America’s public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. To date, the Foundation has provided more than $47 million in new musical instruments to 1,750 public schools in more than one hundred cities around the country, impacting the lives of nearly two million children.

About The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education
The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education is a statewide service organization whose mission is to ensure the arts are an integral part of the education of every Ohioan. The annual awards presentation is an opportunity to honor those individuals and organizations that support arts education through their talents, gifts and resources.

OAAE’s Award Committee is chaired by Lauren Hess of Cincinnati. Committee members include Cathy Buchholz of Holgate, Anne Cushing-Reid of Cincinnati, Jarrod Hartzler of Wooster, Emily Holtrop of Cincinnati, and Christy Farnbauch of Hilliard.

 

Contact
For more information on the OAAE and the Arts Education Virtuoso Award Program, contact Donna Collins, Executive Director, Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, at 614.224.1060.


2010 Ohio Alliance for Arts Education Awards Abbott -- makers of ZonePerfect® Nutrition Bars -- and Joe Blundo, Amy Budish, Bruce Kidder, and Georgia Welles for Their Commitment to Arts Education

2010 Arts Education Awards Recognize Efforts to Improve Arts Education

 COLUMBUS, Ohio – April 20, 2010 – The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE) today announced the winners of its 2010 Arts Education Awards, which are given annually for exemplary support for and commitment to quality arts education programs from individuals and organizations.  The five winners are Abbott, the global health care company, based in Columbus, for its work restoring six Ohio public school music programs through its ZonePerfect® brand and VH1 Save The Music Foundation partnership; Joe Blundo of Columbus, for bringing attention to important education issues in his column; Amy Budish of Beachwood, for her ongoing support of the arts and arts education through visionary leadership; Bruce Kidder of Holgate, for upgrading his school’s arts facilities; and Georgia Wells of Bowling Green, for her ongoing contributions to OAAE that supports professional development for educators and the operations of the organization.

“Arts education saw a tough year in 2009, but through the efforts of our award winners, we saw music education programs restored, Ohio’s students received high quality instruction from professional arts educators, and more than two thousand teachers were provided professional development,” said Lauren Hess, President. “The purpose of the OAAE is to improve arts education in schools and communities across Ohio.  We want to recognize and celebrate ongoing advocacy for arts education and loyal commitment and investment to the arts in Ohio. This year’s award winners have certainly exceeded those parameters with their strong support of arts education programs.”

The award will be presented on April 24, 2010, at a special ceremony, just before the performance of Pierce to the Soul, presented by the Contemporary American Theatre Company at the Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts in Columbus.

The 2010 Arts Education Award Winners include:

ZonePerfect Nutrition Bars:  In 2009, Abbott’s ZonePerfect Nutrition Bar brand began a partnership with the VH1 Save The Music Foundation to support their efforts to restore music education programs in public schools in Ohio and across the country. To raise awareness for the Foundation, the ZonePerfect brand initiated a program allowing consumers to enter UPC codes from ZonePerfect Nutrition Bars to contribute to the brand’s donation amount and held concerts in tribute to the VH1 Save The Music Foundation at special events around the country.  Donations totaling $180,000 from ZonePerfect Nutrition Bars have assisted the Foundation’s efforts to purchase instruments for elementary and middle schools in need of music education programs and help students nourish their own discovery of the arts. 

“Abbott is supporting the VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s efforts towards restoring music education programs in public schools so that more students have access to a balanced education,” said Monica Hysell, division vice president and general manager, Global Performance Nutrition, Abbott. “As a company with headquarters in Columbus, Abbott and its ZonePerfect brand are proud to have been able to restore music education programs in six Ohio schools in 2009-2010 with the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.”

Joe Blundo: Mr. Blundo is an award winning columnist. He studied journalism at Kent State which led him to the start of his career at The Parkersburg Sentinel. He has been a columnist at The Dispatch since 1978. His columns are a mix of humor, human interest and information. His witty musings, serious reflections, and savvy phrasings bring to life many important issues about Columbus, arts education, children, the arts, and so much more. Joe and his wife Deborah have two children and live in Worthington, Ohio.  Joe has been an active parent as a music education supporter and Dad!

Amy Budish: Mrs. Budish is an active community member in northeast Ohio. She is an author, volunteer, consumer affairs specialist, mother, and partner to her wonderful spouse, Armond. She cares deeply about people, education, and issues that affect people’s lives. Mrs. Budish is an eloquent advocate for the arts and arts education. She knows first hand about the value of children’s experiences in the arts and understands that the arts are a critical component to a complete education.  She recently reflected that, “When children think of heroes they often speak of sports figures. My hope is that more and more children will find artists and musicians to be their role models so that we can hold up creativity and imagination as the new attributes of a hero.”  In addition to the arts in schools, Mrs. Budish recognizes that Ohio’s arts organizations provide tremendous opportunities to children and families in their communities.  She believes that the arts cannot be viewed as a luxury or an add-on in our lives because the arts are the creative spirit of our souls.  Mrs. Budish has a unique ability to engage people and inspire them to reach their full potential.  She wants for all children what she dreams of for her own – health, happiness, joy, and love – all of which are experienced through the arts.   

Bruce Kidder: Mr. Kidder has spent the last twenty-two years in Ohio schools.  Most recently Mr. Kidder was employed as the middle/high school principal for Holgate Local Schools, a small district in Henry County.  In his leadership role at Holgate Mr. Kidder was largely responsible for the new arts facilities as part of their new building design.  “With Mr. Kidder’s support our children now have access to fabulous arts facilities in Holgate,” said Cathy Buchholz, music educator and parent in the district. Mr. Kidder is known for his passion and drive to transform schools into creative learning environments. Mr. Kidder and his wife Anne have two grown children.

Georgia Welles: Mrs. Welles is a resident of Bowling Green, Ohio and a former member of the Ohio Arts Council.  Mrs. Welles cares deeply about the arts and arts education.  In 2006 she and her late husband, David, were recipients of the Governor’s Award for the Arts in Ohio for their outstanding volunteer and philanthropic activity.  Mrs. Welles is a mother of five with thirteen grandchildren.  Her annual commitment to the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education provides support for operations of the statewide organization enabling programs, outreach, and collaborations. 

About The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education
The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education is a statewide service organization whose mission is to ensure the arts are an integral part of the education of every Ohioan. The annual awards presentation is an opportunity to honor those individuals and organizations that support arts education through their talents, gifts and resources.

OAAE’s Award Committee is chaired by Cathy Buchholz of Holgate. Committee members include Dennis Cannon of Columbus, Jan Fedorenko of Westerville, Jarrod Hartzler of Wooster, Naomi Hoyt of Dublin, and Christy Farnbauch of Hilliard.

Contact
For more information on the OAAE and the Arts Education Award Program, contact Donna Collins, Executive Director, Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, at 614.224.1060.


2009 Ohio Alliance for Arts Education Announces 2009 Virtuoso Award Winners -
Geraldine Warner, Karamu House, William Blair, and Time Warner Cable

Columbus, Ohio - January, 5, 2009 - The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education announced today that four winners have been chosen for the 2009 Arts Education Virtuoso Awards.  Supporting arts education for Ohio’s children is the key criteria for this honor.  The awards will be presented at a special ceremony and performance of The Miracle Worker, by Phoenix Theatre for Children, at the Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts in Columbus on January 24, 2009 at 2:00 PM.

The 2009 Ohio Alliance for Arts Education Award winners:

Mrs. Geraldine Warner, Cincinnati
Mrs. Warner is an active arts and arts education advocate working to provide the arts for everyone in Ohio. She is a long-time member of the Ohio Arts Council, a member of the arts education committee of the Greenacres Arts Center, a cultural arts program to improve student performance and instill a sense of wonder and appreciation of music and visual arts.  Mrs. Warner is on numerous arts Boards where her leadership and generosity impacts Ohio educationally, culturally, and economically.

Time Warner Cable, Produce It!, Columbus
Under the direction of Jean Arthur, Manager of Community Relations with Time Warner Cable, the Produce It! program in 2008 provided opportunities for students to create PSA video segments about the value and importance of the arts in their lives.  West High School in Columbus partnered with OAAE to create the video clip OUR ARTS (featured on the OAAE website).  Time Warner’s support of arts education through this program and many others is making a significant impact on students and teachers, as well as the general public who is able to learn more about arts education.

Mr. William Blair, Canton
Mr. Blair serves as legislative counsel for Ohio Citizens for the Arts and advocates for the arts year round.  Beyond his paid counsel, Mr. Blair is an avid arts education advocate.  Additionally, he has financially supported youth programs like BalletMet’s Momentum program.  He assists OAAE in making legislative connections and provides advice (without compensation). He serves on the Board of the Ohio Foundation for Music Education.  Mr. Blair’s contributions to the advancement for arts education will impact our students’ opportunities in the arts for decades.

Karamu House, Cleveland
Karamu House, under the direction of Gregory J. Ashe, Executive Director, is being acknowledged for their community-based arts and education opportunities designed to encourage and support a holistic approach to the arts.  Karamu  provides a wide variety of programming and performances to meet the needs and interests of the community – toddlers to seniors.  Karamu House includes special administrators for Cleveland’s oldest community Early Childhood Education Department; a teen Theatre Outreach Performing Series TOPS; and its widely acclaimed Karamu Performing Arts Theatre.

The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education Awards Committee chaired by Mr. Ed Palmer of Grove City, Ohio was joined by committee members Dennis Cannon of Columbus; Naomi Hoyt of Dublin; Christy Farnbauch of Hilliard in the selection process which was ratified unanimously by the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education’s Board of Directors.

The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education is a statewide service organization whose mission is to ensure the arts are an integral part of the education of every Ohioan.  The annual awards presentation is an opportunity to honor those individuals and organizations who support arts education through their talents, gifts, and resources. 

For more information about the January 24, 2009 awards presentation and theatrical performance, The Miracle Worker, by Phoenix Theatre for Children, please contact Donna Collins at 614.224.1060.

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The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education exists to ensure that the arts are an integral part of the education of every Ohioan. Founded in 1974, OAAE brings together parents, educators, community leaders, arts and education organizations, and concerned citizens in a statewide network to plan and implement programs and activities that address state and local issues surrounding arts education.

Your membership support makes the development of resources and sharing of information possible through the weekly Arts on Line newsletter, web resources, professional development workshops, educational consulting, and communication with policy-makers at the local and state levels. Membership in OAAE provides you access to resources, up-to-the minute updates and action alerts on arts and education related issues, and a network of professional colleagues from which to share information. 

Thank you for making our work possible!

 

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Package includes membership for all schools in the district and one arts educational professional development session for up to six hours.

 

 

Sessions scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. These memberships include participant packets for up to 50 participants. An additional $750 fee will be added for sessions of more than 50 participants.

For questions, contact:
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The Ohio Alliance for Arts Education (OAAE), founded in 1974, is a statewide arts education service organization. Our mission is to ensure that arts education is an integral part of the education of every Ohioan.

OAAE is in its fourth decade of supporting arts education - designing and disseminating programs and resources impacting arts education in schools for all children.  We have made significant progress but until every student has access to quality arts education our job is not complete.

Your generous contribution will enable us to continue our good work in the areas of advocacy, professional development, building collaborations, and capacity building.  We welcome your contribution and will provide you with a tax-deductible contribution receipt and a hearty thank you for making an investment in our daily work to support arts education. The dollars you contribute today just might change the world ... one child, one teacher, one school at a time! 

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COSMO logoThe Ohio Alliance for Arts Education is a member of Community Shares of Mid Ohio, an organization that supports central Ohio charities through workplace giving campaigns across the region. During campaigns, Community Shares collects donations for its coalition of more than 60 nonprofits. Each individual donor selects a charity or group of charities to receive their payroll contribution based on the issues and causes they care about most in their community.

As a supporter of the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, you can have a BIG impact by encouraging your employer to start a workplace giving campaign. You can share your commitment to arts education by asking your friends, family and co-workers to make a payroll contribution to OAAE during their workplace giving campaigns.

Community Shares charities are included in workplace giving campaigns throughout central Ohio. Check out the Community Shares website at www.communityshares.net to learn if you can donate to the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education through your workplace giving campaign, or how your employer can be added to the growing list!

Select participating workplaces:

  • Columbus City Schools
  • Hilliard Schools
  • South Western City Schools
  • Upper Arlington Schools
  • Westerville Schools
  • City of Columbus Combined Charitable Campaign
  • City of Dublin
  • Franklin County Combined Charitable Campaign
  • Capital University
  • Columbus College of Art and Design
  • Columbus State Community College
  • Denison University
  • The Ohio State University
  • State of Ohio Combined Charitable Campaign

 

 

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The online registration for the Community Rewards program is very simple. Get your Kroger Plus Card handy, and follow this link to sign up for the program. Once you have registered your Kroger Plus Card for Community Rewards, be sure to select OAAE as your designated charity. Thank you for your support!

 

 

OAAE Board Members

President
Jackie Quay*
Education Director, Greenacres Arts Center
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Vice President
Justin Caithaml*
Choir Director, Midview Local Schools
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Secretary
Cindy Kerr *
retired educator, Delaware City Schools

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Treasurer
Laurin Sprague*
Music Educator & School Administrator (retired), Hamilton City Schools

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Past-President
Jarrod Hartzler* 
Executive Director, Tuesday Musical Association
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REPRESENTATIVES:

Terry Anderson
Communications, Columbus City Schools
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Carol Argiro
Development Director, Bridgeway Academy
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Dr. Elizabeth Braun
Assistant Principal, Belpre City Schools
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Shelly Casto
Director of Education, Wexner Center for the Arts
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Christopher Chaffee
Associate Professor of Music, Wright State University

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Shih-Ming Li Chang
Associate Professor of Dance, Wittenberg University

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Anne Cushing-Reid
Director of Community Outreach, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

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Lauren Hess*
Executive Director, Cincinnati Children's Choir
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Becky Keck
Executive Director, SMARTS
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David Leist
Retired Theatre Educator

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Michelle Mullaly
President & CEO, Canton Symphony Orchestra
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Dr. Michelle Muro 
Arts Education and Gifted Consultant, Tri-County ESC
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James Palmarini
Director of Educational Policy, Educational Theatre Association
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Emily Prince
Arts Education & Grants Coordinator, Stuart's Opera House
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Nancy Eisenberg Rich
Visual Arts Educator, Cleveland Heights High School
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Patricia Santanello
Co-Chapter Director, Ohio Educational Theatre Association
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Jan Swanson
Music Teacher (retired), Medina City Schools
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Lesley Williams
Arts Administrator
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ADVISORY:

Ohio Arts Council:

Chiquita Mullins Lee
Arts Learning Coordinator, Ohio Arts Council
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Jarred Small
Arts Learning Coordinator, Ohio Arts Council
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Greater Cincinnati Alliance for Arts Education Network:

Anne Cushing-Reid (see above)

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