But wait, there's more!

None of Your Business is not an authority, but we're going to be referencing professionals and other resources that are. When you hear on the podcast about where you can learn more or get help, check here for the link.

None of Your Business

  • The Center for Great Neighborhoods - Creative Community Grant

    The Center does a ton of amazing things, some of which we'll cover. Right now applications are open for Round 5 of their Creative Community Grant - that's how NOYB was funded! Download the application and do something creative and cool for the community.

Time + Design, Pt. 1

Vulnerability For The Win

  • Cincinnati Stand-Up

    There's a very active comedy scene in and around Cincinnati, so if this episode inspired you to check it out or even try stand-up yourself, here's a great list of upcoming and ongoing mic's, and other events, put together by John Schroeck.

Time + Design, Pt. 2

Grant Your Own Wishes

  • Grants Resource Center at the Cincinnati Public Library

    Located in the Information & Reference Department at the Main Library, The Grants Resource Center provides visitors with free public access to grantmaker directories, books on fundraising, proposal writing, and nonprofit management, as well as the Foundation Center’s electronic databases.

  • Renaissance Covington

    This organization is responsible for Art Off Pike and many other opportunities for artists in Covington. Their mission is to stimulate and organize proactive community efforts to revitalize downtown Covington for everyone.

  • People's Liberty

    People’s Liberty makes grants to individuals in Greater Cincinnati. They have several funding opportunities for projects that address challenges and uncover opportunities to accelerate the positive transformation of our city and surrounds.

  • ArtWorks Cincinnati

    ArtWorks has lots of opportunities for artists, including Big Pitch: the annual grant competition for creative small businesses that Scott Beseler participates in in this episode.

  • The Center for Great Neighborhoods - Creative Placemaking Grants

    Among all the great community resources The Center provides are a couple of different grant opportunities: Creative Community grants and Nano Grants. Find out more about them here.

  • The Lodge

    Take a peek inside Scott Beseler's Masonic lodge turned multimedia studio and community resource center for independent artists in Dayton, Kentucky. Or however you want to describe it.

  • Plop! and Pull Club

    Check out Amy Scarpello's work, including the bean bag project she did with a grant from People's Liberty (Plop!) and her printmaking studio (Pull Club).


    Janet Creekmore and Ben Jason Neal's mobile art gallery - check it out!

  • Caravan Traveling Sound

    Rachelle Caplan's magical, modest, musical mobile sound studio, made possible with grant funding.

  • Covington Ten

    This is a secret group of ten people in Covington who every quarter pool financial resources to fund select projects, granting up to $12,000 per year. Their identities are hidden, but you can reach them with creative proposals at covingten@gmail.com

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