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- Category: News and Media
- Created on Monday, 08 October 2012 11:29
ARTSERVE PRESIDENT JENNIFER GOULET PRESENTS AT MICHIGAN MUNICPAL LEAGUE ANNUAL CONVENTION
Photo by Michigan Municipal League
WIXOM, Mich. – Jennifer Goulet, President and CEO of leading statewide arts and cultural advocacy organization, ArtServe Michigan, presented “Creative State MI: The Arts and Creativity as a Strategy for Michigan Communities” at Michigan Municipal League's (MML) Annual Convention “Tools of Placemaking” on Thursday, Oct. 4 at the Grand Hotel in Mackinac. The presentation focused on arts and creativity as a powerful asset for Michigan’s reinvention and its communities.
Goulet’s presentation demonstrated how capitalizing on arts and creativity can fuel innovation and growth in any community and be used across the state to attract talent and business, while contributing to jobs and spending to the Michigan economy. The session featured two leading initiatives as examples: the Washtenaw County Cultural Master Plan and Art Works: Creative Invention/Reinvention and A Collaborative Culture Economic Development Plan for Greater Lansing’s Urban Center.
The MML Annual Convention brings together world-class experts from public, business and nonprofit sectors, providing creative solutions for varying challenges and communities, ultimately pushing for a better Michigan.
is a statewide nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to cultivating the creative potential of Michigan’s arts and cultural sector and creative industries to enhance the public health and well-being of Michigan, its people and communities. ArtServe advocates for arts, culture, arts education and the power of the creative economy in Michigan; provides leadership and professional development for artists, creative practitioners, and arts and cultural organizations; and connects arts and cultural leaders and supporters through strategic communications. Contact ArtServe Michigan at 248-912-0760 or visit ArtServeMichigan.org.
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Contact: Kristin Priest
October 1, 2012