Triversity has a long-standing history of supporting the arts through many company initiatives including over 10+ years of annual ArtsWave workplace campaigns. Not only is the support shown through our culture and team but also through our leadership. Our CEO, Mel Gravely, has supported an array of arts organizations in our region including serving as co-chair of Flow, ArtsWave's series devoted to local and national Black artists and performers.
This past week, ArtsWave announced the upcoming season of Flow and a new subscription pass that will incorporate social events across various venues.
“Our opportunity is to continue building an audience who appreciates the various expressions of Black art,” Mel Gravely, CEO of Triversity Construction and Flow co-chair, said in a news release. “In the end, we hope to cultivate a culturally curious and racially diverse audience that will create a level of demand that enables more and more Black artists to sustain, thrive and inspire. An audience that is ready and willing to connect with rhythm, vibe and yes, the flow of Black artists that may have been unfamiliar to them.”
Read the full article published by Cincinnati Business Courier here.