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City of Cleveland Heights

Accord Associates, Inc.

Master plan for renovations and improvements of Cain Park

Minority artists debut series at The Cleveland Play House and educational activities with Cleveland State University $15,000

Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio Cleveland Public Library sought and gotfunds to refurbish and update its heavily used collec­ tion o f34,000 circulating musical

author of Native American background was invited to address a standing-room crowd in the museum’s Gartner Au­ ditorium on the provocative subject of “ The Primal Mind” ; and Accord Associates, Inc., a black cultural organization, presented a year-long series featuring exciting new minority performing artists from around the country.

The Foundation’s abiding

concern for the stability of those institutions which play an important role in the community’s cultural life led to a look at the financial standing of six performing arts organizations over the past five years in the light of national funding patterns. And a survey of the “ outer market” — cast­



The Cleveland Museum ofArt Special guest lecture in connection with the Maya Art Show 1,500

The ClevelandMusic SchoolSettlement Photography of the Cuyahoga Valley by Summer music program for children Robert Glenn Ketchum for a major exhibit 10,000 (over two years) 5,000 (second year) The Architectural Society of Ohio Foundation, Columbus, Ohio

The Cleveland Octet Cleveland concert series during the 1986-87 season (second year) 5,000

"Project Reflection — Work and Times of Cleveland’s Architects 1920-1985” by Cleveland Opera Cleveland Chapter of American Institute Expansion of major productions and of Architects 6,050 performances in State Theatre 120,000

The Cleveland Artists Foundation

The Cleveland Play House

Survey of existing works and bibliographic materials of artists of Northeast Ohio region 5,000

World premiere of To Diefor Grenada by Derek Wolcott 50,000

Cleveland Centerfor Contemporary Art

Update and refurbishment of circulating collection of musical scores and materials (over three years) 76,400

Exhibition of drawings and film program for the‘‘Fellini Celebration” 15,000

Cleveland Development Foundation Program to market the arts in Cleveland in the outer Ohio region by the New Cleveland Campaign 171,300

The Cleveland Foundation (Inc.) Consultant assistance for Cuyahoga Valley photography project 2,500 Consultant services for the new Playhouse Square garage 45,000 Purchase fund for works by Cleveland-area artists 10,000

Cleveland Public Library

Cleveland Public Radio Program director and program development plan at WCPN-FM (over twoyears) 77,816

The Cleveland Public Theatre, Inc. Free Shakespeare at the Zoo for summer 1986 (second year) 5,000

Cleveland Women’s City Club Historic Sites Committee, Inc. Restoration and cleaning of mural The Constitutional Convention at Cuyahoga County Court House and cleaning of other art works 60,000

Cleveland Health Education Museum Cuyahoga Community College

Start-up support of the Family Discovery Center


Free noontime series in the Ohio Theatre (third year) 20,000


ing the net as far as Columbus and Toledo— yielded information which

Underwriting for Nina Wiener & Dancers program during 1986-87 season 35,000

will be used in a groundbreaking col­

Epworth-Euclid Church

laborative effort by more than 20

Landmark Concert Series

organizations to reach a new, largely

Footpath Dance Company

untapped audience for Cleveland’s

Performances in the Ohio Theatre in spring 1987 (third year) 15,000

cultural offerings.


Great Lakes Theater Festival New marketing initiatives for the 1986 season


Hancock Historical Museum Association, Findlay Ohio A View From the Back Bench, memoirs of Jackson E. Betts' years inCongress* 5,200

Heights Community Congress Loan for publication of book about Cleveland Heights The Lake County Historical Society's new History Center at Shadybrook Farm: an enchant­ ing time capsule has been savedfo r future generations



Interchurch Council of Greater Cleveland “Jubilee Festival of Faith" in celebration of the Council’s 75th anniversary 5,000

Cleveland Foundation – 1986 Annual Report