An important part of our mission is to advocate for arts and culture in the capital region and to engage you in support of those endeavors that build our communities through the arts. Today, we are writing to applaud the City of East Lansing for entertaining a Percent for Art proposal, and we hope that you will take time out of your busy schedules to write a letter of support and to help keep the process moving.
The Arts Council of Greater Lansing is seeking to hire a Program Manager to oversee grants management, educational/training offerings, and serve as a key staff member as we begin to expand our services to build and sustain arts and culture in the tri-counties. Read the full description and apply by August 15, 2014.
Established and successful artist live/work spaces exist all across the country and the world.Today they continue popping up in city after city...So is it time for Lansing to get on board? Join us in September for our 3rd session that will feature a panel of local experts. Read the article to learn more and register to attend.
As administrators of the Sense of Place in the Arts Grants, the Arts Council is excited to announce that the grant applications are now available with an Aug. 15, 2014 deadline.
In July - Kate Cosgrove's "Bewilderment"
Come and view some great artwork in our Old Town offices.
August Festivals will bring on the summer heat including Jazzfest, MSU Great Lakes Folk Festival and the Renegade Theatre Festival! The Greater Lansing Festival Alliance produces over 30 festivals in the tri-county area that showcase arts and culture. Check out all the great events that help shape our community.
Love the ARTS? Can't imagine our community without it?
Help the Arts Council provide vital grants, services, and educational programs through your tax deductible gift. Donate today!