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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture

Mission: To provide cultural illumination.

Geographic areas served: Clark County, Ohio

Programs: To market the cultural and civic assets of springfield. To continue the redevelopment of springfield as a vital cultural hub.

to provide arts education that is curriculum based and meets state learning standards through after school programs.

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Community Stories

13 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Being in this program has been really fun. That every time we switch or we learn new things about different things. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of reviewer).

5

Client Served

Rating: 5

Being in Infusion is fun. I learned how to do oil pastel and I have fun doing Friday workshops. I wish I could do more things. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of reviewer).

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Client Served

Rating: 4

I learned about so much stuff I haven't heard of. I have fun drawing and doing homework. Being in Infusion has been really fun. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of reviewer).

5

Client Served

Rating: 4

Being in this program has been really fun and a great learning experience. I learned how to make many different forms of art. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of the reviewer).

6

Client Served

Rating: 5

This program has been really good. I learned about glass, art, some other cool stuff. I had fun doing glass. I wish I could have done more glass. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of reviewer).

5

Client Served

Rating: 5

Being in this program has been fun. I learned photography, glass art, and pastels. I had fun doing all of it, and I wish I could have more time to do things. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of the reviewer).

4

Client Served

Rating: 5

This program influenced my view of the arts by a tremendous amount. (Review was submitted by a GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of the reviewer).

4

Client Served

Rating: 4

Since being in Infusion I have really excelled in art, dance, drama, and my grades. It is so much fun. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of the reviewer).

4

Client Served

Rating: 4

Being in this program has been really wonderful. It's helped me with my grades and to learn different things. I learned math and how to paint. I had fun doing glass class. I wish I could have more than 1 class. (Review submitted by GreatNonprofits staff member on behalf of the reviewer).

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Interface Creative Group came into existence at a time very near to the development of Choral Arts of Springfield, Inc. It was perfect timing since the resources of Interface brought to Choral Arts the knowledgable personnel with skills that our organization needed. Just as important in our cooperative efforts was our common purpose regarding the role of the arts,i.e., enriching the quality of life in Springfield. As a result our organizations have enjoyed an extremely fruitfull professional relationship with Choral Arts receiving the larger share of benefits. Other than our public performances, Interface Creative Group has been the primary factor in introducing Choral Arts to the arts conscious community. They have placed the full force of their marketing approach behind us and introduced our organization to opportunities that otherwise would have been unavailable. Their contacts with media sources and their guidance in managing the marketing budget have enabled us to stretch our dollars while maintaining quality programming. Their approach to collabooration is entirely unselfish with a genuine committment to excellence in the growth of our local cultural ambitions. What I find most interesting are the tangential benefits of working with the unique staff at Interface. It is not unusual to walk away from a cooperative effort and find the benefits multiplied beyond the initial purpose.