(Photo courtesy: Cuyahoga Arts and Cultural organization)
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CLEVELAND - Two new art or cultural projects in Cleveland will be decided by online and mail voting by residents of Cuyahoga County.
Voting began Feb. 1 and continues by mail until Feb. 15 and until Feb. 20 online for funding by the tax-supported Cuyahoga Arts and Culture organization.
The two winners to be selected from among six nominated projects will get grants of up to $150,000 each. The winning projects will be mounted over the next year and a half.
The nominees include outdoor art and street festivals, multi-media installations and a documentary on bullying.
To learn more: www.cacgrants.org/creative-culture-grants.php
To vote: www.directsurv.net/2008/Survey.aspx?s=a2657b33b536446bad6caef523f01654
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