Friday, July 31, 2009

Detroit - Russell Indoor Art Fair

OPEN TO PUBLIC: The First Weekend of each month, The Russell Bazaar will present an Indoor Art Fair.

In addition to our over 130 unique and exciting shops, you can browse and find some unique art to purchase. All created by local and regional artists.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Bazaar Indoor Art Fair will be held the first weekend of each month. You can have, on a space available basis, a nice indoor, away from the harsh elements, display booth. Register early for your space.Cost for each weekend? Only a $25 Registration fee and a $25 refundable security deposit, a total of $50.00.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Novi - Sidewalk Series at Twelve Mile Crossing

This series begins this week, August 1st. My artwork will be featured on August 8.
Summer Sidewalk Series @ Twelve Mile Crossing

Please bring a chair and join us for the 1st of this wonderful series (see attached poster).

Saturday - August 1 - 4 to 7pm
Center roundabout at Twelve Mile Crossing @ Fountainwalk

Live music from Michael May and the Messarounds - Swinging Blues

Art from Richard Kawucha - Scrimshaw Artist and Darl Papple - painter

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

Support ArtsNovi, local music, local art and local business!

Thank you in advance - ArtsNovi Board

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Rochester Hills - Opportunities to Hang Artwork

Daniel’s Salon & Studio
Rochester Hills, MI

Daniel’s Salon & Studio has installed a hanging device on three walls of their business with the idea of giving local artists recognition and providing their clientele with an ever-changing d├ęcor. It has surpassed their intentions, having drawn attention from international artists. Please visit their website or drop by to see the "studio." If interested, they can fax the agreement contract. Please call with any questions: 248.656.8608

http://www.rochesterhairsalonandspa.com/salon-location.htm

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Livonia - Highland Games

Highland Games - First Saturday in August (the 1st)

During the first weekend in August, thousands of Scots and non-Scots flock to Historic Greenmead to partake in the Annual Highland Games. Whether your pleasure is observing the Heavy Athletic competition like the Caber Toss, cheering on your favorite Highland Dancer or Pipe Band, or having a wee pint of ale while listening to the latest Celtic entertainers, the Annual Highland Games is sure to tickle your fancy.

For more information, call 248-593-5064 or click here to log on to their Web site.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Northville - Buy Michigan Now Week

"Downtown Northville has announced it will partner with Buy Michigan Now to be the host location for “Buy Michigan Week” July 27-August 2. The week long festivities will include various Michigan entertainment, educational seminars and Michigan-made products.

Launched in 2007 by Lisa Diggs, Buy Michigan Now is a statewide initiative to inform, educate and encourage Michiganders, organizations and consumers alike, to support the local economy by purchasing products and services made in Michigan and from Michigan-based companies.

“The Buy Michigan Now campaign is about heightening awareness and revitalizing our state’s economy one product, one purchase, and one business at a time. We are very excited to be working with Northville to celebrate Buy Michigan Week. Their vibrant art, restaurant, and retail community is representative of great towns all over the state, and provides an ideal showcase for the bright spots in Michigan’s blossoming new economy,” said Lisa Diggs.

The Buy Michigan Now initiative is further enhanced by the official proclamation from Michigan Governor Jennifer M. Granholm stating that the week of July 27, 2009 is Buy Michigan Week in Michigan. In the proclamation, Governor Granholm states her support of the initiative “I encourage all residents of this state to take advantage of the many great products and services that the state of Michigan has to offer by buying Michigan first.”

Huntington Woods-based Ta-Dah Productions will produce the week’s festivities. For information on vendor opportunities, contact Ta-Dah Productions at248-548-2324 or Contahttp://www.buymichigannow.com/%22mailto:ContactUs@Ta-Dah.com/%22 or download the Vendor/Exhibitor form. A full list of events and Michigan vendor opportunities for the week of July 27-August 2 will be announced soon".

Our Pledge: I hereby pledge to play an active role in building a strong, vibrant, and diverse Michigan economy. I will be a part of the solution by speaking positively about the state, learning about our products and services, and making a concerted effort to buy from Michigan businesses. I will Think Michigan First! I am asking you today to join with me and take a stand. If you haven't taken the Pledge yet, please click on the link below or cut and past it into your browser, and add your name and city to demonstrate your commitment to the state. It literally takes only a moment. If you already have, thank you so much! Either way, please also forward this on to friends, family, colleagues, and anyone else you know who wants to be a part of Michigan's revitalization. C'mon, lend a mitten to our great state today! http://www.buymichigannow.com/pledge.php Thank you in advance!

Catherine Woods

Sunday, July 26, 2009

One to Watch

See what's going on in and around Detroit at:

http://www.metromodemedia.com/

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Detroit - Corktown Music Festival

Corktown Music Festival

http://www.corktownmusicfestival.org

Detroit - Michigan State Fair Fine Art Show

Entry form due Aug. 1
Deliver entries for jurying Aug. 8 or 9
Reject pick up Aug, 25
Show Aug. 28-Sept. 7
Pick up Sept. 8 or 9

For entry forms and other information:

www.michiganstatefair.com
313-369-8260

Friday, July 24, 2009

Birmingham - Art Center Graffiti Art Opening


Six Detroit artists were invited to paint the walls of the Robinson Gallery at the BBAC, a total of nearly 200 running feet of amazingly powerful, colorful and energetic activity.

Let the Silence Have Its Say is curated by Zdzislaw Sikora, who says, "This is an opportunity to see a very interesting group of urban artists working within a more formalized setting. The step from the street to the gallery is one that many contemporary graffiti artists are taking with extraordinary results."
OPENING RECEPTION, FRI JUL 24, 6-8 PM free & open to the public
ALSO ON EXHIBIT
Great Lakes Beadworker Guild
Paintings by Jim Piotrowski
EXHIBITS RUN THROUGH AUG 21
IMAGES ABOVE BY EILEEN HARNED PHOTOGRAPHY

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Orchard Lake Fine Art Show

Orchard Lake Fine Art Show
St. Mary's Schools
Orchard Lake, MI
July 24 - 26, 2009

Friday 6pm - 9pm Ticketed Artist Pre-Party
Saturday 10am - 7pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm

Voted in the Top 100 Art Shows in the Country 2 years in a row by Sunshine Artist Magazine.Winner of 3 prizes from 2008 - Michigan Festivals & Events Fun Awards.Orchard Lake Fine Art Show focuses solely on the visual arts. While music and food are a part of the experience, they are not permitted to intrude in the relationship between Artist and patron. This is a quality juried Art show with about 150 of the Nation's finest artists. Many of these artists produce enough Art to do only a few Events each year. This may be their only Midwest appearance.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Detroit - Motor City Brewing Works Features Area Artists

Motor City Brewing Works hosts area artists on a weekly basis. It is well worth the trip to visit this eclectic venue right on the campus of Wayne State University. For more detail, visit their web site http://www.motorcitybeer.com/

7/22/09-- the featured artist is Elizabeth Youngblood

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Monday, July 20, 2009

Sherry Washington Gallery

July 25 – September 12, 2009

iDeas and iCons – The Art Of:David Driskell, David Fludd, M. Saffell Gardner, Lenore Gimpert, Richard Lewis, Nora Mendoza, Chun Hui Pak, Gilda Snowden, Shirley Woodson, Jocelyn Rainey, Mark Schwing.



HOURS

Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Private showings and consultations, by appointment only.


DDRESS

Sherry Washington Gallery 1274 Library Street Detroit, Michigan 48226


PHONE & FAX:

313.961.4500 - F: 313.961.4584


EMAIL ADDRESS

mailto:ADDRESSsherryarts@aol.com



http://www.sherrywashingtongallery.com/index.htm

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Detroit - Style Review

One to watch: http://www.detroitstylereview.com/

The purpose of this blog is to serve as a resource for local women on stylish fashion and beauty options, both locally and beyond; and to promote local designers, boutiques and fashion events.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Dearborn - Call for Art

Wayne County Residents who live, work, or attend a Wayne County educational institution:

All Media Show
WCCAHH-Artists Among Us
Due July 24
Paderzieski Art Gallery-Dearborn
In Ford Community & performing Arts Center
15801 Michigan Ave
Dearbon, Mi 48126

Friday, July 17, 2009

Detroit - Concert of Colors

Concert of Colors offering FREE BOOTHS to orgs who work with kids

The Concert of Colors, Metro Detroit's annual diversity festival, brings global artists and audiences from various racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds together to showcase our diverse musical traditions.

The festival will take place on Saturday, July 18th, and Sunday, July 19th, 2009 at the Max M. Fisher Music Center located at 3711 Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. This year, the festival organizers are offering booth space free of charge (Concert of Colors outdoors exhibit area) to groups/organizations that will provide a free children’s activity to the public on both days.

For additional information, please contact Marshalle Montgomery at 313-664-2036 or by email at mmontgomery@newdetroit.org.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Sterling Heights - American-Polish Festival

The American-Polish Festival draws thousands of festival goers each year. Our Craft Show, will be showcased in a high traffic area of the festival grounds. For an entry fee of $50.00, you will be entitled to set up your display in a 15 ft by 10 ft area for the entire weekend. You will be responsible for your own canopies, tables and chairs. Space is limited. Admission to this festival/craft show is free to the public, however the county will charge a $7.00 per day parking fee to all crafters.

Hours: July 16 Friday 6-9, July 17 Saturday 12-9 and July 18 Sunday 12-6
Venue Name: Freedom Hill County Park
Address: 15000 Metro Parkway
City: Sterling Heights
Where: Sterling Heights-MI Venue
Source: http://www.EventLister.com/E1189180
Price: Free, $7.00 Daily Parking charged by the County
When: 12:00pm Thu 7.16.09 with 2 other showtimes 7.16.09 through 7.18.09

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Ann Arbor - Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)

If the Ann Arbor Art Fair weekend gets rain or to get a break from the heat, consider this an alternate plan:

On March 28, 2009, the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) opened a landmark 53,000-square-foot expansion and major restoration of its historic, 41,000-square-foot home, Alumni Memorial Hall. Designed by principal architect Brad Cloepfil and his team at Allied Works Architecture, the $41.9 million transformation not only more than doubles the space available for collections display, temporary exhibitions, programs and educational exploration, but also fulfills the Museum’s mission to bridge visual art and contemporary culture, scholarship and accessibility, tradition and innovation.

Art Equipment for Sale

STUDIO OF ANTHONY WILLIAMS
EQUIPMENT SALE - BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Please contact Francia Williams for Appointment
313-580-9440 OR francia@earthlink.net

Wood Crank Easel - accommodates paintings up to 6 ft tall. $600.00 *
Sarkis Sarkisian metal Easels - 2 - each: $60.00*
Drawing table (wood): $40.00*
Canvas - yards: Best offer
Wooden Travel Box with acrylic paint & brushes: $30.00
Wooden Stretchers - all sizes - .50 per piece.
18" - 20" - 22" - 24" - 30" - 32"
34" - 38" - 42" - 46" - 46" - 58"
Miter Saw: Best offer Circular Saw: Best Offer
Mat Cutters: 1 - Simplex Plus -Mat Cutter by Logan Model *750 $75.00*
2. Graphic Products - Professional Mat Cutting System - Framer's Edge #650 $150.00*
Mannequins: 2 Full: $50.00* 2 Torso: $30.00*
Drawing Paper (large): .25 per sheet
General's Pure Powdered Graphite - 6 oz: $5.00
Louvre Artists Soft Pastels (24 count) (wooden box): $25.00
Pastels - Oil: Pastels - Soft
Sketchbooks Drawing Boards Frames
Lighting: Fluorescent fixtures & bulbs (best offer) Spot Lights: $3.00
Tool Cabinet (on wheels): $20.00
Hardware Organizer: 5.00
WORK TABLES - VARIOUS SIZES *
Rotating fan on pedestal: $5.00
Assortment of sculpting and ceramic tools: $10.00

Monday, July 13, 2009

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Novi - Free Summer Sidewalk Series

12 Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk Novi - FREE Summer Sidewalk Series

Live music outside all 5 Saturdays in August from 4 - 7pm. There will be a featured artist each Saturday. ArtsNovi will have a canopy set up and the artist will display a few pieces and do a demonstration. No fee. Any artists interested please respond (or if you know of an artist who may be interested). Everyone please bring a chair and join us on a Saturday or two in August!

Thank you, The ArtsNovi Board

Music Lineup:

Aug 1 - The Mess-Arounds (Blues)
Aug 8 - Randy Brock Group - (Rock)
Aug 15 - Gia Warner/ Bobby Lewis (Pop)
Aug 22 - Grievous Angel (Americana)
Aug 29 - Spangler/Tope Trio - (Jazz)

Visual Artists:

Still not finalized

Ann Arbor - UofM Hospital Gifts of Art Employee Art Opening

Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of the artwork of University of Michigan Health System employees and volunteers. This eagerly anticipated event showcases the exceptional talent and creativity of our staff. It is our pleasure to display the artistic accomplishments of our UMHS family.
This year's exhibition will be juried by Katherine Talcott, fresh from curating the Three Rivers Arts Festival (Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh), and now serving as the administrator for the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission. There will be prizes and ribbon awards for "Best in Category" and "Best in Show." A "People's Choice" award will be determined by the votes of visitors to the exhibit.
The Employee Art Exhibition will be on display June 22-August 17, 2009 in the Taubman Health Center Lobby, South Gallery, Level 1. Art submissions will be accepted June 8-12. Please fill out the form available at the link above – instructions are included.A reception honoring employee artists and their guests will be held on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 from 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in the gallery. Dr. Timothy Johnson, Bates Professor and Chair of OB/GYN and Professor of Women's Studies, will be hosting the event. All UMHS employees are cordially invited, and refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there!

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Detroit - Summer Fest Artist Reception


Join area artists Sewd and Pharoah's Treasure Box for this free two day Artist Reception and Sales Event.
July 11th 10am-6pm
July 12th 2pm-6pm
19503 Livernois Avenue
Detroit
Don't forget the Jet Set event at the Whitney Saturday night, July 11 at 9 PM

Detroit - Jet Set at the Whitney

New information just in on how to ensure attendance at Jet Set at the Whitney Saturday, July 11 at 9 PM:

http://www.eventbrite.com/event/381879211/fof0907/565336849

Friday, July 10, 2009

Ann Arbor - Shrines and Altars at Gallery Project

Artwork, above, "Christian World" by Dan Hernandez,

taken from Gallery Project Announcement


215 South 4th Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734.997.7012
galleryproject@gmail.com
http://www.thegalleryproject.com

Royal Oak Art Fair

Outdoor Art Fair

Saturday, July 11, 2009 10 am to 6 pm

Sunday, July 12, 2009 10 am to 5 pm

Royal Oak Memorial Park, Corner of Woodward Ave and 13 Mile Road in Royal Oak



This is a juried fine art show sponsored by the Royal Oak Arts Council and Royal Oak Recreation. For more information please call 248.246.3180. Each year, artist applications will be available mid-January. All applications are due back in our office March 1. The show is set amoung the beautiful trees of Memorial Park and offers a unique blend of fine art and fine crafts. The show attracts artists from across the country and has national ranking as one of the top fairs in the United States. Artwork will be for sale in many categories including: drawing, painting, photography, clay, collage, glass, metal, wood, jewelry, leather/fiber, and mixed media. The Art Fair offers an excellent opportunity to purchase an original item for your home, office or as a gift. Food concessions will be on site for lunch and dinner. No dogs allowed in the Park.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

North Oakland Fine Arts Festival

July 10-12, 2009
North Oakland Fine Arts Festival

Olde World Canterbury Village is a 19th century village and designated historical landmark; it is host to 18 specialty shops and wonderful features including Aldridge’s Always Christmas shop & carousel, Canterbury Toy World, The Celtic Connection, Village Quilt shop, Canterbury Fudge Shoppe.

Restaurants include Kings Court Castle Restaurant or the Clansman Gaelic Pub. There’s something for everyone. More info at www.CanterburyVillage.com. Approximately 125 high quality juried artists from around the world will participate. There are all mediums of art work including paintings, clay, glass, fiber, wood, jewelry, sculpture, photography and more. In addition to the great art work, there are live art demonstrations happening throughout the event, free entertainment, great food and Tween Art Competition for kids ages 13-19 which allows them to enter their art work to be publicly displayed and chance to win a cash prize. There is free admission and free parking.

Location: Olde World Canerbury Village
Contact: Patty Narozny
Phone: 248-684-2613

Additional Info: Hot Works Web Site

Canton - Cherry Hill Arts Festival

As posted by Canton Leisure Services:

Hello Artists!!!

The 4th annual Cherry Hill Arts Festival is right around the corner on August 1st from 11 to 4pm! We are still looking for some more vendor participants!!! We have attached an application along with this email if you are interested in participating. Crowds are expected to be bigger and better than ever so don't miss out on this great opportunity to showcase your wonderful creations!

Please send the application back via email to...
amanda.buelow@canton-mi.org or travis.faulkner@canton-mi.org

Thank you for your consideration,

Amanda Buelow
Canton Leisure Services

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Detroit - Jet Set at the Whitney


Jet Set Summer VIP Event

Hosted by Laura Deljanin
Saturday, July 11, 2009 at 9:00pm
The Whitney
4421 Woodward
Detroit, MI
248.379.997
lauradeljanin@hotmail.com

Description
Hosted by Laurette Designs and Rush Communique, this event honors NFL Greenbay Packers T.J. Lane and special guest R&B Recording Artist Princeton. Comedy by RubenRuben. Music from DJs BDubz, D Alexander, Earl Mixxin McKinney and special appearence from R Phophet formally of nappy roots. Silent auction from metals in time, local artists and sports memeribilia.

Tracey Vitkay's original oil painting Our Spirit Lifts Detroit will also be on display at this event.

Northville - Free Drawing/Painting Opportunity

On Wed., July 8, the Northville Art House opens it doors to Artists who are interested in drawing or painting 2 models Plein Air. The Northville Art House is located at 215 W. Cady, 48167 from 9-4. All artists are invited....free. Lunch Break 12-1. The scenery and flowers are also options for drawing and/or painting. BYO equipment and small pieces to sell near your area.

This is part of the Northville Gardenwalk and a Art in Bloom flower show at the Northville Art House.

Any questions ...call Barb Murphy 248-982-7041

Plymouth - Art in the Park

July 10 - 12

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Toledo - Tuesdays at Collingwood Arts Center

First week of Tuesday Nights at Collingwood Arts Center (CAC)

Poetry, Open Mic Night: 8:30PM - 11:30PM
Poetry, acoustic performance, whatever.......Open mic night. $1 donation requested.Refreshments are served.

Where: Collingwood Arts Center
Source: http://www.collingwoodartscenter.org/event_calendar/view_event.php?id=6&eDate=1245733200
When: 8:30pm Tue 7.07.09 with 25 other showtimes 7.07.09 through 12.29.09
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Monday, July 6, 2009

Detroit - DIA Fundraiser Seeks Artwork


As the DIA prepares for a huge fundraiser in Detroit on October 1 and 2, it seeks artwork donations through July 17. To submit contributions of art or money to this worthy cause, find the donation form at http://www.dia.org/
Have questions? Call (313) 833-6760 or email annualfund@dia.org

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Clarkston - July 4th Celebration

July 4th Celebration at Clintonwood Park

A fun family, county festival. The art & craft show is well located in the event and gets large crowds. Many food booths, kids events all day. Families come early and stay for fireworks. The county really supports all of the varied events.

Hours: July 4th 11:00-5:00
Venue Name: Clintonwood Park
Address: 6000 Clarkston Rd.Venue
City: Clarkston
Where: Clarkston-MI Venue
Source: http://www.EventLister.com/E1191589
Price: free
When: Unknown Start Time

Midland - Call for Art

49th Greater Michigan Art Exhibition
All media Due July 10
Alden B. Dow museum of science and Art- Midland
Click - www.mcfta.org
989-631-5930

Friday, July 3, 2009

Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center - artBLAST


artBLAST 2008
July 3rd - Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center

Round up the cowboys & cowgals!
Let's celebrate summer & Independence Day together at the BBAC!
We invite your family to join ous for a rip-roarin' night on the range - with a chuck wagon supper, Old West-inspired art workshops & demos, live Western swing music by the Twistin' Tarantulas, a petting zoo, & more. Later on we'll mosie over to our "front row seats" for Birmingham's annual fireworks right next door to the art center.
7-9:30 PM artBLAST
10-10:30 PM fireworks (times approximate)
10:30-11:30 afterBLAST

TICKETS
$350 Patron Family (2 adults + 2 kids under 16) -
on-site parking, souvenir lawn blanket, complimentary drink tickets
$150 Family (2 adults + 2 kids under 16)
$60 Adults (16 & older)
$35 Seniors (65 & older) & Children (under 16)

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Rothbury - Music Festival

Rothbury Festival
Double JJ Ranch, Rothbury Michigan.

Lineup July 2-5:

THE DEAD (ONLY SUMMER PERFORMANCE) BOB DYLAN AND HIS BAND THE STRING CHEESE INCIDENT (ONLY 2009 PERFORMANCE) WILLIE NELSON & FAMILY THE BLACK CROWES DAMIAN 'JR. GONG' MARLEY & NAS STS9 G. LOVE & SPECIAL SAUCE GOV'T MULE UMPHREY'S MCGEE BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE YONDER MOUNTAIN STRING BAND THE DISCO BISCUITS LES CLAYPOOL COLD WAR KIDS JOHN BUTLER CHROMEO KELLER WILLIAMS ANI DIFRANCO MSTRKRFT MATISYAHU GIRL TALK GUSTER FEMI KUTI & THE POSITIVE FORCE MARTIN SEXTON FLOGGING MOLLY RAILROAD EARTH THE HOLD STEADY TOOTS & THE MAYTALS RALPH STANLEY & THE CLINCH MOUNTAIN BOYS BRETT DENNEN ZAPPA PLAYS ZAPPA GRACE POTTER AND THE NOCTURNALS SHPONGLE DJ SET SON VOLT JACKIE GREENE LOTUS SOULIVE MAN MAN PETER ROWAN BLUEGRASS BAND W/ TONY RICE KING SUNNY ADE & HIS AFRICAN BEATS THE COOL KIDS STS9 (LIVE PA SET) THE GLITCH MOB DAVY KNOWLES AND BACK DOOR SLAM EOTO PRETTY LIGHTS REBELUTION QUANNUM ALL STARS FT. LYRICS BORN, THE MIGHTY UNDERDOGS, GIFT OF GAB, LIFESAVAS FT. JOYO VELARDE TOUBAB KREWE SAM ROBERTS BAND HILL COUNTRY REVUE LIPP SERVICE (ELIOT LIPP + MEMBERS OF PNUMA) 2020 SOUNDSYSTEM BREAK SCIENCE FT. ADAM DEITCH THE HARD LESSONS UNDERGROUND ORCHESTRA FUTURE ROCK THE MACPODZ STEPPIN' IN IT THE WHITE BUFFALO THE PARLOR MOB GIANT PANDA GUERILLA DUB SQUAD CHRIS PIERCE REED THOMAS LAWRENCE WENDY DARLING RACHEL GOODRICH BIG GIGANTIC ALEX B (OF PNUMA) LYNX & JANOVER THE RAGBIRDS FOUR FINGER FIVE VAN GHOST (SOLO)

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Detroit - City Fest

This event runs July 1-5 in New Center, Detroit.

http://www.newcenter.com/cityfest/2009/home.html

Detroit - Kresge Awards Announced

Fellowships for significant Artists in the Detroit area were awarded by the Kresge Foundation to the following people, as posted at
http://kresge.collegeforcreativestudies.edu/

Shiva Ahmadi
Hartmut Austen
Lynne Avadenka
Kristin Beaver
Susan Goethel Campbell
Ed Fraga
Tyree Guyton
Chido Johnson
Rod Klingelhofer
Abigail Anne Newbold
Gordon Newton
Russ Orlando
Senghor Reid
Michael Edward Smith
Gilda Snowden
Cedric Tai
Sious Trujillo
Corrine Vermeulen-Smith