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Forty Cuyahoga County artists are each required to engage residents in at least one public activity as part of a Creative Workforce Fellowship.
Many artists are already going above and beyond that call with the grant, managed by the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC). Participate with these highly-skilled creative professionals who received one of the $15,000 Creative Workforce Fellowships at any of their events, or view some of their latest work online as it becomes available. The Fellowships are supported by Cuyahoga County residents through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
Ever heard of the glossy buckthorn also known as Rhamnus frangula? I hadn’t until researching some of Mimi Kato’s work. As an artist-in-residence at SPACES Gallery, Mimi Kato spent the summer of 2013 preparing for her installation at the gallery focusing on the runaway growth of the glossy buckthorn. The glossy buckthorn, or Rhamnus frangula, has been identified by the Ohio Division of Natural Areas and Preserves as one of the 10 most invasive and difficult to control non-native plant species.
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