Culture Works receives Gold Level Guidestar Exchange Seal!

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The 2015-16 Guide to Arts & Culture in the Dayton Region Is Here!

The fourth edition of the Guide to Arts & Culture in the Dayton Region is hot off the presses! With information about over 150 cultural organizations, highlights of the upcoming performance season, and an extensive festival listing, this annual publication is a great resource for newcomers to the area and longtime residents who want to learn more…

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New Passport Eligible Events This Summer!

We’re pleased to announce that new events this summer are now Passport Eligible! Earlier this month, the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance made the remaining events in the Dayton Philharmonic’s “Summer in the City” series eligible for your Passport discount!  The last performance of the series is Friday, July 31 at 8:00pm at the Schuster Center!…

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Culture Works Is a Finalist for the 2015 Better Business Bureau Eclipse Integrity Award!

We are proud to announce that Culture Works is a 2015 Better Business Bureau Eclipse Integrity Award Finalist in the Small Nonprofit category. Every year the Better Business Bureau of Dayton honors businesses and nonprofits who demonstrate outstanding management practices, business and community relationships, and promotional efforts. To be considered for an Eclipse Integrity Award, a nonprofit…

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Culture Works Rolls Out Culture Connects 20/20: The Cultural Plan for the Dayton Region

Last Thursday, Culture Works unveiled the new Cultural Plan for the Dayton Region, Culture Connects 20/20, at a gathering of more than 150 community members at Cox Arboretum MetroPark. Since then the  Cultural Plan has been the front-page story of Dayton Daily News twice–first on Friday, April 24, then again today. Culture Connects 20/20’s release…