Bowling Green Arts Council

The Bowling Green Arts Council (BGAC) is comprised of volunteers who are involved and interested in the arts. Our objective is to work with individual artists, organizations, businesses and other groups to support the arts in the greater Bowling Green community.


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Jul 17

NowOH opens Friday, July 14

10th Annual NOWOH Community Art Show at BGSU Art Galleries Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Art Galleries is hosting the 10th Annual Northwest Ohio (NOWOH) Community Art Exhibition. NOWOH celebrates the talents of regional artists in a professional setting. The show opens Friday, July 14 at 7 p.m. with a gallery talk by the award juror Robert Thurmer, followed by the opening reception with light refreshments. Located at the BGSU Fine Arts Center, the exhibition is free and open to the public. Robert Thurmer has served as the director of the Cleveland State University Art Gallery since 1990.  As a professor of art studio at CTU he is interested in the development of the individual from simple visual literacy to connoisseurship, and the understanding and appreciation of the elements and...

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Jul 17

BGAC will resume monthly meetings in September

We will meet on September 12 to plan events and arts activities for Bowling Green, including Artists 4 Animals and 50+ Shades of Grey.  Please plan to join us at the Wood County Senior Center on North Main Street at 6:30pm.  In the mean time - enjoy your summer!...

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Events

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Meetings

Members

Members


The Economic Impact of Ohio’s Creative Industries: 2015

• Creative industries contribute more than $31.8 billion to Ohio’s economy annually

• Creative industries support 230,965 jobs in Ohio’s economy annually

• Creative industries generate $1.13 billion in state and local tax revenue annually

• Creative industries generate $2.25 billion in federal tax revenues annually

• Creative industries generate $8.6 billion in employee compensation annually

• Creative industries are spread throughout Ohio and are not only present in urban areas

Source: Research Memorandum, February 4, 2015, from the Center for Regional development at BGSU


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