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The Sculpture Center receives generous support from The John P. Murphy Foundation, The Callahan Foundation, the Bernice and David E. Davis Art Foundation, The Cleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, the Kulas Foundation, studioTECHNE|architects, Sculpture Center board members and many individual donors to Friends of The Sculpture Center. The W2S 2017 series catalog is directly supported by the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation. The Sculpture Center is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture. It is also supported by grants from the Ohio Arts Council.

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The Bernice and David E. Davis Art Foundation generously provides the spaces for The Sculpture Center's programs. studioTECHNE|architects, with considerable imagination, provides graphic design and signage for The Sculpture Center. The University Circle Police Department provides valuable and essential protection. Ross Ritchey, an experienced and most creative and dedicated website designer, donates all web support to The Sculpture Center. Marilyn Mizen, commercial photographer, volunteers her talents to photograph at all Sculpture Center openings and other events.

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Green Policy of The Sculpture Center
The Sculpture Center believes that the world climate is warming as a result of human activity and that, while individual efforts are considerably less consequential than the reduction of greenhouse gas and other pollutants that are produced at a macro level, it is the responsibility of every world citizen to try to reduce pollution, conserve energy and minimize human effects on the world climate in order to promulgate an awareness of the dangers to the world from climate change. The Sculpture Center makes concerted efforts towards this goal in all its practices.

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