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We serve as a catalyst for community development through quality
arts programming

ABOUT MICA

Join us for monthly fine art exhibitions featuring emerging and established Michigan artists working in a wide range of mediums and styles.

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Each August, MICA transforms the streets of Lansing’s Old Town into a venue for one of the largest, most diverse, and longest-running jazz festivals in Michigan.

Each September, Michigan BluesFest brings top local, regional and international acts, plus thousands of fans, together to celebrate the Blues.

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Check out our current exhibition, submit your artwork or see our space guidelines for rental.

TURNER PARK PLACE

This joint project served as a model, anchor and spark for the redevelopment of Old Town by early urban pioneers.

SECOND SHIFT FILM

 

This Emmy-nominated documentary, and associated book and curriculum, tells the inside story of Lansing’s “Keep GM” movement.

BURNING DESIRE

 

Each Valentine’s Day weekend, MICA curates an afternoon of love-themed poetry, music and theatrical acts from across the country.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

Volunteering is a great way to go behind the scenes, develop new skills, meet new people, help the community and have fun!

Visit MichArts.org/volunteer to sign up! Looking forward to hearing from you.

MICA BOARD

David Barr

Brandon Leathers

Sarah Eyde

Terry Terry

Tammy Slavik

Tom Cathey

Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art (MICA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves as a catalyst for community transformation through quality arts programming. Grants, donations, sponsorships and other revenues support art and artists.