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Region Lands $900k In State Arts Grants

Sept. 20, 2022

Thirty-four northern Michigan organizations received a total of $917,219 in grants from the Michigan Arts & Culture Council (MACC). That total represents a 34 percent increase over 2022.

MACC provides grants to encourage, initiate and facilitate an enriched artistic, cultural and creative environment in Michigan. Funds are appropriated each year in the state budget. $12 million was awarded throughout the state.  

Grand Traverse County's grants total $346,860. Recipients include Arts for All of Northern Michigan, City Opera House Heritage Association, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Northwest Michigan Arts & Culture Network, Northwest Michigan Ballet Theatre, Northwestern Michigan College/Dennos Museum Center, Old Town Playhouse, Parallel 45, Traverse City Dance Project, Traverse Symphony Orchestra, and the National Writers Series of Traverse City.

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