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Local Organizations Land MCACA Grants

April 24, 2018

The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) has announced grants for arts organizations and endeavors from across the state, including several locally. Its most recent grants included a $19,000 grant for Interlochen Center for the Arts. Old Town Playhouse received $34,661, the Traverse City Film Festival $70,000 and Interlochen $67,480 for capital improvements. Rotary Charities received $13,500 for in Regional Regranting Minigrant funds.
 
Others receiving funding were National Writers Series, City Opera House, Great Lakes Children’s Museum, Traverse Symphony Orchestra, NMC’s Dennos Museum, The Music House, Blackbird Arts, and Parallel 45 Theatre. In Leelanau, the Glen Arbor Art Association and Leelanau Community Cultural Center were awarded grants. A total of 529 grants were awarded number this fiscal year, representing $10.7 million in arts and cultural support across the state.

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