Rep. Dingell and Sen. Udall support arts funding through their new CREATE Act

Michigan and New Mexico have thriving arts economies and Rep. Debbie Dingell(MI) and Senator Tom Udall(NM) want to keep it that way. Their new funding proposal works to reverse deep cuts to the arts proposed by the Trump administration. They deserve our support.

“Women, Yes!” Art Posters on AAATA Buses

The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) has partnered with the Women’s Caucus for Art Michigan (WCAMI) to feature artwork inside its buses this summer. The WCAMI held a competition for poster designs which resulted in eight finalists. Their artwork will be featured inside buses throughout TheRide’s expanded and improved service area. The “Women, Yes!”Continue reading ““Women, Yes!” Art Posters on AAATA Buses”

PowerArt Commission for WCA Member K.A. Letts

Show Horse 1 by K.A. Letts was one of 6 images chosen for the PowerArt project sponsored by the Arts Alliance in cooperation with the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority (AADDA) and the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission (AAPAC). Eight colorful vinyl printed art reproductions will be installed on electric traffic boxes in downtown AnnContinue reading “PowerArt Commission for WCA Member K.A. Letts”

WCAMI and Arts Alliance Michigan at the Columbus Invitational Arts Competition

WCAMI is honored to be invited to participate in cooperation with the Arts Alliance Michigan, in the Columbus Invitational Arts Competition, to be held at the King Arts Complex, 867 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus Ohio June 12 – August 24. The Columbus Invitational Arts Competition was started in 2012 to recognize groups that combine excellenceContinue reading “WCAMI and Arts Alliance Michigan at the Columbus Invitational Arts Competition”

Arts Alliance and Ann Arbor Visitors and Convention Bureau Meet

On Nov. 8, Barbara Carson And K.A. Letts attended an informational meeting of the Arts Alliance and Ann Arbor Visitors and Convention Bureau at Michigan Theater, the subject of which was the branding of Ann Arbor as an “established” arts destination in Michigan. We found this ironic since Ann Arbor just voted no on ProposalContinue reading “Arts Alliance and Ann Arbor Visitors and Convention Bureau Meet”