Round 2 summaries from Ohio State, Pennsylvania State, Cuyahoga, Montclair State, and University Musical Society

Results from five of the round 2 grantees are now available for viewing on the Creative Campus site. Ohio State University Pennsylvania State University Cuyahoga Community College Montclaire State University Musical Society




Round 2 Creative Campus Grants Announced by the Association of Performing Arts Presenters

Washington, D.C. – The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) awarded a second round of six Creative Campus Innovations Grants (Creative Campus) to higher education campuses nationwide. Funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the purpose of the Creative Campus Innovations Grants is to identify, support, and document cross-campus collaborations that integrate the performing arts and work of performing arts presenters into the academy and the community. Read the complete announcement (PDF)




University of Florida Performing Arts Launches New Festival: Chords of Color for a Causeâ„¢

For press inquiries, please contact Marilyn Patrick at 352-273-2483. April 22, 2010 University of Florida Performing Arts Launches New Festival: Chords of Color for a Causeâ„¢ Gainesville, Fla. – Michael Blachly, director of University of Florida Performing Arts(UFPA), has announced the line-up for the first-ever Chords of Color for a Causeâ„¢ festival The festival is designed to promote the awareness of cancer treatment and research through performances, lectures and discussion groups with performing artists, medical experts and cancer survivors. Chords of Color for a Causeâ„¢ is a new summer festival that features performing artists across multiple genres who are themselves cancer survivors or, have loved ones who have experienced cancer. […]




Wesleyan Releases Project Summary Video

Wesleyan University has just released the project summary video for its “Feet to the Fire” project. See the video and find out more about the project on Wesleyan’s Creative Campus Project Summary




Arts Presenters Announces Semifinalists in the 2010 Creative Campus Innovations Grants to Colleges and Universities

November 17, 2009; Washington, D.C. – The Association of Performing Arts Presenters (Arts Presenters) announces 31 semifinalists for the 2010 Creative Campus Innovations Grant Program. The Creative Campus initiative began in March 2004 following the 104th American Assembly at Columbia University where more than 60 arts and higher education leaders gathered to examine the factors that characterize effective partnerships in education and the arts – the projects, proposals, curricula, and creative forces that make such partnerships work. In 2006, Arts Presenters initiated The Creative Campus Innovations Grant program with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. This program was designed to support a set of innovative performance-based projects on American […]




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