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Keep up-to-date with what's happening at ArtServe Michigan and announcements of events, registrations, important updates about the field and how we are involved, and new programs or initiatives.

ArtServe Michigan Selected for National Arts Education Initiative

10 State Teams Join Pilot Program to Strengthen Arts Through State Policy LANSING, Mich. – August 21, 2014 – Michigan was selected to join Americans for the Arts, the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education, as part of 10 state teams administering a three-year pilot program to strengthen arts education…

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ArtServe Michigan Professional Practice Programming: Protecting Your Practice

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 Please join us next Thursday August 14, 2014 as we kick off our Creative Many Professional Practice programming for the year with Protecting Your Practice! See event details and RSVP info below! Protecting Your Practice introduces financial management and legal protections for artists…

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Photo Gallery: ArtServe Michigan Presents PDP Workshops in Ann Arbor and Detroit

 MG 3740 Creative Capital workshop leader Aaron Landsman taking questions about artist-community engagement at the workshop in Ann Arbor. July 17, 2014  Maura Guyote This week, more than 40 artists participate in two Professional Development Program (PDP)workshops in Ann Arbor and Detroit, MI, hosted by ArtServe Michigan. The first worksho…

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$2 Million Increase for Arts, Culture and Creativity Through the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs

MILogo Governor Snyder officially signed the remaining bills for the Fiscal Year 2015 state budget, which included a $2 million increase for arts, culture and creativity through the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) - a 25% increase from the previous year. Also, for the third year in a row, the Michigan film incentive program was fu…

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Sarah Triplett Elected to the Americans for the Arts' State Arts Action Network Council

10339509 10154269324725175 5537026300897421209 o June 23, 2014 All of Americans for the Arts’ Network Councils advise staff on programs and services that will build a deeper connection to the field and the network membership. Elected annually by our membership, council members are national leaders who give back to the field by connecting the national work of Americans for the Arts to our memb…

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DBusiness: ArtServe Elects Troy Chamber’s President to Board

1662002 10152411284238447 5106047658303628481 n TROY — ArtServe Michigan, the state’s leading statewide nonprofit arts and cultural advocacy organization, has named Ara Topouzian, president and CEO of the Troy Chamber of Commerce, to its board of directors. As a strategic leader experienced in both private and public industry sectors, Topouzian is accomplished in the field of economic dev…

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Detroit New Center Park Summer Schedule

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Michigan Needs to Cultivate its Design Side

579762 989684242965 1786357372 n StereoNegative (A Tribute to Tony Smith), Tsz Yan Ng with Helena Kang & Justin Kollar Photo: Sarah Nesbitt, ArtServe Michigan from Grand Rapids Business Journal: June 6, 2014  By Lou Glazer Upjohn Institute economist George Erickcek said in a recent interview, “If you ask me, ‘Do you think a designer is more important than an

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WZZM13- My Town: Varnum attorney Matthew Bower to serve on ArtServe Michigan Board

  GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. –  Varnum Attorney Matthew Bower has been appointed to the board of ArtServe Michigan. Bower is a business and corporate attorney with a focus on general business, contracts, transactions and employment and private equity. He has represented a wide variety of clients in the creative industries, including publishe…

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Legal News: Varnum Attorney Appointed to Board of ArtServe Michigan

logo May 30, 2014 Varnum Attorney Matthew Bower has been appointed to the board of ArtServe Michigan. Bower is a business and corporate attorney with a focus on  general business, contracts, transactions, and  employment and private equity. He has represented a wide variety of clients in the creative industries, including publishers, author…

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President's Committee on the Arts, Humanities Expands Program

president-s-committee-on-the-arts-humanities-expands-program full image From Philanthropy News Digest: The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities has announced the expansion of its Turnaround Arts initiative, an effort to improve low-performing schools, narrow the achievement gap, and increase student engagement through the arts. Launched in 2012, the initiative so far has brought arts education re…

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More Articles...

  1. ArtServe Michigan's Creative State Michigan Campaign Wins Hermes
  2. An Evening of Art & Science + rootoftwo
  3. Comics Collective is Bringing Uplifting Batman Documentary “Legends of the Knight”, Proceeds go to ArtServe Michigan and MCC
  4. Free Comic Book Day Features Special Giveaway at Coy's in Saginaw Township and Other Comic Book Stores
  5. Grand Rapids Legal News: Clark Hill's Joe Voss Lends His Arts Expertise to Statewide Organization
  6. dBusiness: ArtServe Elects Troy Chamber’s President to Board
  7. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Announces Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education this year's Finalist for National Award that Recognizes Outstanding School Board Support of the Arts
  8. Grand Rapids Business Journal: Change Ups
  9. Chamber CEO Fuses Arts with Business to Spur Growth
  10. Novi Newsmakers: Bower appointed to ArtServe board
  11. Corp! Magazine Tourists and Meetings Flock to Michigan
  12. ArtServe Michigan Elects Three New Members to Board of Directors
  13. The University of Michigan UpstART Festival
  14. Freep Film Festival buzz on Twitter, Facebook and more
  15. 'Art in the Life of a City' Panel Hosts Discussion About Art's Role in Flint
  16. Flint Institute of Arts to Host Panel Discussion About Community Value of Arts
  17. There's Economic Power in Michigan's Creative Industries
  18. Folkestone Triennial 2014 + rootoftwo
  19. ArtServe Michigan Two-Part Creative State Michigan Report Reveals Billions of Dollars Contributed to Michigan Economy
  20. Governor Snyder Recommends $10.1 Million for MCACA, $25 Million for Film
  21. Governor Rick Snyder is awarded the 2014 Public Leadership in the Arts for State Arts Leadership
  22. ArtServe Michigan Announces Katherine Peden as Director of Services for Lawyers for the Creative Economy
  23. January Kresge Artist Fellows Newsletter
  24. Detroit Artists featured in German Art Magazine
  25. The Fight to Save Detroit’s Art Museum
  26. Donate Today to Ensure that the Arts and Creativity Thrive in Michigan!
  27. New Documentary Tells the Story of the Detroit Institute of Arts
  28. Leaked- The Internet Must Go
  29. Upcoming LIVE WEBCAST: SupportMusic Community Forum Lansing, Michigan
  30. Register Now! Creative Many Statewide Summit: Resonant 13
  31. Detroit’s 2013 Knight Arts Challenge winners
  32. Kendall College of Art and Design, UICA, Announce Merger
  33. Call on Congress to Restore These cuts on the NEA and NEH before their September 9th Return
  34. Collaborating Across Business, Arts, Government and Nonprofits for Enduring Community Vibrancy
  35. Urge Members of Congress to Support the NEA
  36. The Arts and Creativity– Shaping Detroit’s Future
  37. Tell Congress to Support Arts in Education
  38. Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
  39. Supporting Cultural Assets in Flint is Focus of $3.7 Million in Mott Foundation Grants
  40. Despite Stalled Congress, Measures Important to Arts Community Advance
  41. Who Should Be Responsible for Arts Education? Area Organizations Pick Up Some of the Slack.
  42. New Online Funding for Local Arts and Culture Coming Soon!
  43. Business Contributions to Arts Increases According to New Survey by Americans for the Arts
  44. ArtServe Michigan Announces New Director Of Public Policy Sarah Gonzales Triplett
  45. Let's Do Something MI
  46. ArtServe Michigan’s Creative Impact Michigan E-Magazine Receives Gold Recognition
  47. ArtServe Michigan's “Reinvesting In The Arts – Michigan” Wins 2013 Summit Creative Award
  48. Cultural Data Project Upcoming Orientations
  49. Jennifer Goulet, ArtServe President and CEO, To Speak During Third Annual Canton Acts of Culture Week
  50. Jennifer Goulet on Michigan Business Network
  51. Midtown Abuzz with Art X Detroit Opening Night
  52. ArtServe Michigan Elects Kendall President David Rosen To Board of Directors
  53. Arts Education Still Vital to a Child's Development
  54. Statement Regarding Proposed Cuts to Art, Music and Physical Education in the Lansing School District
  55. Engaging the Creative Industries to Embrace the Opportunities for Our Future
  56. ArtServe Michigan Congratulates Mike Latvis on New Position at University of Michigan
  57. Creative Many Professional Practice Seminar: Kalamazoo
  58. Survey on Artist Professional Practices Training
  59. Creative State Michigan Reports now Available for Order
  60. New Creative State Michigan Report Featured in the Press
  61. Where Good Ideas Go to Live
  62. ArtServe President and CEO Jennifer Goulet Elected to Americans for the Arts’ Private Sector Council
  63. WGVU Radio interview with Joe Voss on the Lawyers for a Creative Economy
  64. ArtServe Michigan Presenting the findings of the 2012 Michigan Art Education Census
  65. ArtServe Michigan receives Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Grant
  66. Seeking Attorneys
  67. ArtServe Michigan receives NEA grant to support Lawyers for the Creative Economy
  68. Creative Many Seminar - Protecting your Practice for Artists and Creative Entrepreneurs
  69. Metro Detroit Launch - Lawyers for the Creative Economy
  70. Comcast Newsmakers: Conversation with Jennifer Goulet
  71. ArtServe President Jennifer Goulet Presents at Michigan Municpal League Annual Convention
  72. ArtServe President Jennifer Goulet Presents at Michigan Museums Association Annual Conference
  73. Design Futures Panel Discussion This Saturday at the Detroit Design Festival
  74. Donate $10 to Help Support ArtServe's Advocacy
  75. Join ArtServe's Creative State MI Advocacy Campaign in September
  76. ArtServe Michigan featured in Hyperallergic
  77. Flint Arts and Cultural Community Receives Boost From $3.8 Million in Mott Foundation Grants
  78. 2012 Arts Education Census
  79. ArtServe Michigan Supports Millage Increase for Detroit Institute for the Arts
  80. IT PASSED!

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