Black theatre audiences are ready to be back in-person for live theatre in fall 2021 | A recent survey reveals the majority of Black theatre patrons are ready for live performances to resume by the end of 2021
Government relief offers lifeline to performing arts community
Locally in Cuyahoga County, arts, entertainment and recreation is a $1.35 billion industry that employs more than 10,000 people, one-third of whom lost jobs due to the pandemic, media outlets reported in October.
13 Cleveland Arts Organizations Receive NEA Grants
Almost 30 Ohio arts organizations — including 13 in Cleveland — have received federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Grants for Arts Projects program.
New awareness campaign calls out a lack of diversity behind the Golden Globes
Not one member of the voting body is Black. What's more, the group hasn't had a Black member in 20 years. “We should really seize this moment,” said Tony Sias, President and CEO of Karamu House. “It’s great that the conversations are happening, it’s great that these are times that people can self-correct and make actionable steps towards change…I’m optimistic that as a result of this being a conversation here in 2021, by the time we get to 2022, there will be a better, a different conversation with more inclusion at the table.”