by Jarrett Hoffman
IN THIS EDITION:
•Announcements: Assembly for the Arts’ “Quarterly State of the Arts,” Quire Cleveland re-broadcast on WCLV, and a call from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture for arts and culture professionals from outside NE Ohio
•Almanac: American composer Lee Hyla and his distinctive blend of styles
Assembly for the Arts will host a Quarterly State of the Arts tomorrow, June 7 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Cleveland Institute of Music. “Stay current on how Assembly is working to ‘expand the pie’ and increase equity in Cleveland’s arts and culture scene through advocacy, cultural policy, racial equity initiatives, research, and programs for nonprofits, artists, and creative businesses. Join the discussion, give feedback, share ideas, ask questions, be heard, and connect with our community’s amazing talent.” RSVP here.
Also happening tomorrow, June 7 at 8:00 pm, WCLV’s Cleveland Ovations will broadcast Quire Cleveland’s April 23 performance of the program “Pater Noster: Our Father,” including John Simna’s interview at intermission with artistic director Jay White. Tune in here. And for some added visuals, you can follow along with the program booklet and view photos from the performances (like the one above).
And Cuyahoga Arts & Culture is looking for arts and culture professionals from outside Northeast Ohio to serve as panelists for the 2024 grant application review. Send in the self-nomination form by June 9. Learn more here.