Carrie WiseDeputy Editor - Arts & Culture
Expertise: Digital, video and audio storytelling; arts and culture
Education: Solon High School
Kent State University - Bachelor of Science
Favorite spot in Northeast Ohio: Walking in nature
Carrie Wise leads the coverage of arts and culture in Northeast Ohio across platforms for Ideastream Public Media. She guides reporters and producers while working alongside them to share stories with digital, radio and television audiences. This work includes the longtime arts TV show "Applause," the local music podcast "Shuffle" and the To-Do List email newsletter. Before joining Ideastream, Carrie was digital news editor at The Columbus Dispatch in Columbus, Ohio. She also worked as a multimedia journalist for several years at The Columbus Dispatch and The Naples Daily News in Naples, Florida.
- Arts stories shared nationally by the PBS “NewsHour” and NPR
- 2022 Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, Best Arts/Entertainment Reporting
- Oversaw the creation of Ideastream's first digital video series, "Making It," and the production of more than 100 features
- 2018 Gabriel Award, Catholic Press Association and Emmy Award, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Central Great Lakes, “Cleveland Nun Paints Prayers in Mural”
Why trust Ideastream Public Media?
The mission of Ideastream Public Media is to be a trustworthy and dynamic multimedia source for illuminating the world around us. Our highest priority is providing news and information that is reliable and accurate, that is gathered with integrity and professional care and that is presented with precision and respect for the intelligence of our audiences. We are transparent about how we discover and verify the facts we present and strive to make our decision-making process clear to the public. We disclose relationships, such as with partners or funders, that might appear, but will never, influence our coverage.
From live performances at the Akron Art Museum to a history lesson in Mentor, this week is full of ways to connect with the community through local arts and culture.
The third edition of the international art exhibition has been canceled due to difficulties raising the $5.5 million to mount the festival.
In this Karamu House production, Cleveland playwright Lisa Langford takes audiences to 1973 as a young activist searches for her place in the Black liberation movement as well as for love and space men.
Karamu House's home will remain on East 89th Street, but the collaboration will provide more ways to work together with Playhouse Square in education, workforce development and commissioning works.
Enjoy a warm and bright trip to the Cleveland Botanical Garden with the opening of the annual orchid show, or embrace winter at the Ice Festival at Lake Metroparks Farmpark with live ice carving and hot cocoa.
The Future of American Theatre Cohort includes small to mid-sized theaters around the U.S. united in presenting new plays and community-focused work.
In 2002, Franz Welser-Möst became the music director of the Cleveland Orchestra. He plans to become the longest-serving director by the time his current contract ends.
During the one-hour performance, talking, clapping and moving around the concert hall are allowed. Noise-reducing headphones, fidget spinners and quiet spaces are also available.
Spend time with friends and family this week enjoying arts and culture around the region. From a few final holiday shows to interesting exhibits, there’s something for everyone.
The deli opened in 1956 but closed abruptly on Tuesday. Longtime customers are disappointed and hope it's only temporary.