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PNC Announces $500,000 in Arts Funding for 13 Local Arts Organizations

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Earlier today, The PNC Foundation announced a new $500,000 round of arts grants that will be distributed to 13 local arts organizations. This funding is the second year that PNC is donating to the region over the span of a three-year $1.5M commitment called PNC Arts Alive.

“Central Ohio’s thriving arts scene continues to serve as a key driver of our local economy, although many groups are seeking new ways to meet funding challenges posed by the current environment,” said Michael Gonsiorowski, PNC regional president for central Ohio. “Our entire community benefits from innovative arts programming that bolsters the local economy by creating jobs and drawing more residents and visitors to partake in the rich cultural experiences of this region.”

This recipients of this year’s grants includes:

  • CAPA
  • Carpe Diem String Quartet
  • CATCO-Phoenix
  • Columbus Children’s Choir
  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra
  • The Harmony Project
  • ProMusica Chamber Orchestra
  • The Central Ohio Symphony
  • Decorative Arts Center
  • The Midland Theatre
  • New Albany Symphony
  • The Westerville Symphony
  • McConnell Arts Center

More information can be found online at www.pncartsalive.com.

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