Michigan’s vibrant arts and cultural scene are important to the state’s communities, excellent quality-of-life and thriving economy. MCACA is the state’s key conduit for arts and cultural information, grant funding and more.
The mission of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) is broad, yet simple: To encourage, initiate and facilitate an enriched artistic, cultural and creative environment in Michigan. MCACA does this by increasing the visibility of arts and culture throughout the state, supporting arts education, encouraging new, creative and innovative works of art and broadening cultural understanding.Learn more about MCACA
MCACA provides grants to encourage, initiate and facilitate an enriched artistic, cultural and creative environment in Michigan.
Grant Funding Process
MCACA arts and cultural projects begin with the development of guidelines based upon MCACA priorities and industry needs.
Regional Regranting Information
Applicants to the MCACA Regional Regranting Program must apply to the Regional Regranting agency for the county in which the applicant organization is registered.
MCACA Grantee Requirements
Current MCACA grant recipients can find information relating to the management of their grant award as well as other information.
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Michigan’s arts and cultural organizations
Local arts councils play an important role in advocating, encouraging and developing arts and cultural awareness. These online resources include links to helpful information for arts organizations and artists.Learn more