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Arts of Citizenship Program receives award

The Arts of Citizenship Program has been selected by the Michigan Association of Community Arts Agencies (MACAA) as a recipient of a 2004 Great Lakes Community Arts Award. The formal presentation of Arts of Citizenship's award was April 26 at the Work Gallery on State Street. The award, an original work by Nancy Lautenbach, coordinator of marketing and programs at Arts at Michigan (left), "is especially meaningful because it comes from the very arts organizations with whom we collaborate on arts and education projects," said David Scobey, director of Arts of Citizenship (center). The awards are presented to arts organizations that are outstanding in management and programming, in community and economic development, and in leadership. All winners must demonstrate a commitment to integrating arts and culture into community life. At right is Juliet Feibel of Imagining America, a national movement linking universities with the communities they serve through arts and humanities projects. (Photo by Martin Vloet, U-M Photo Services)

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