Arts News and Grants
Formerly Coming Up Taller, the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards awards recognize and support outstanding community arts and humanities programs that celebrate the creativity of America’s young people by providing them with learning opportunities and chances to contribute to their
The Arts Council will be sponsoring a workshop on "Increasing Your Funding: Grants, Data, and Dollars: on April 19, 2016 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
It will be held at the Technology Innovation Center (TIC), 325 E. Grand River Avenue, East Lansing.
To artsy outsiders looking in, Detroit has recently been touted as being comparable to The Promised Land — a place of pilgrimage for those seeking to escape the bondage of a traditional 9 to 5 and practice complete artistic freedom.
The Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs announced Thursday its schedule of workshops for applying for its grants.
The workshops are scheduled as follows:
April 11, 10 a.m., Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 East Kearsley Street, Flint
The Japan U.S. Friendship Commission offers up to five leading contemporary and traditional artists from the United States an opportunity to spend three to five months in Japan in 2017 through the U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Program. Cultural understanding is at the heart of this program.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation and others announced a new crowdfunding campaign to support a series of two-to-three public murals in downtown Grand Rapids.
Scholarly research is an important—perhaps the most important—part of the humanities infrastructure not only because it is critical to the vitality of this field in both educational settings and society at large but also because scholarship in specific humanities disciplines can have significant