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The OAC's International Program supports education projects, exhibitions, artist exchanges, performances and informational resources. Funding priority is given to projects with recognized OAC international partner countries. Organizations must be non-profit and based in Ohio. Organizations or individuals in other countries must have an Ohio partner or contact the OAC for more information.
Special Thanks to:
Ludwig Music Publishing for their generous donation of sheet music to the Fundacion Orquestas Juveniles library and the OAC hotel partner in Chile, the Santiago Park Plaza.
International Partner Countries
Argentina*, Austria, Chile*, Cuba, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Israel*, Japan*, Mexico, South Korea
(*indicates formal agreement in place between Ohio and branch of designated country's governments)
The OAC's International Program provides support in the following
Individual Artist Residencies
Before applying to this program you must read Guidelines, specifically the legal and program requirements. Unless otherwise stated, all future deadlines will use the new Online Grant Application system (ARTIE). No paper applications will be accepted for this program.
International Partnership Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ)
General grants process FAQ
NEW! PDF's of PowerPoint presentations delivered during the ADCULTURA seminars in Santiago and Fruitillar Chile in August, 2004:
Going Global: Expanding Cultural Collaborations for the Ohio Arts Council
Project Funded through the U.S. Department of Education?s Fund for the Improvement of Education
Search current and past OAC International Program projects.
The Ohio Arts Council is looking for people to serve on advisory panels to review grant applications. To nominate a panelist complete a Nomination for Panel Membership form or contact the Office of Grants Administration & Constituent Services at email@example.com or 614/466-2613.
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