We are grateful for the support of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs for 2017-2018!
Earlier this summer, MAEIA Leadership Fellows Holly Olszewski, wrote a blog a post about MCACA.
Here is an excerpt:
“Far too many projects in the arts have the lights ‘turned out’ because they lack the funding to continue. Recently, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Michigan Council on Arts and Cultural Affairs council meeting and hear the wonderful ways in which this government agency is keeping the lights on for many projects throughout our fair state. It was fitting that the council meeting took place in the Carnegie Library Building (1903) in downtown Traverse City under this beautiful lighting fixture, giving light and symbolizing a tradition of quality.”
More about MCACA from Holly’s post:
“The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) is a council made up of 15 individuals appointed by the governor. It is the state government’s lead agency charged with developing arts policy as well as grant making. The Council works to fulfill its mission by serving as champions, advocates and a point of connection and coordination for the field with legislative, corporate and other leaders with an interest in seeing the mission of MCACA fulfilled.”
We are fortunate to have the support from MCACA to fulfill our own mission of advancing creativity in education.
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