Local MCACA grant recipients announced

The City of Marquette is excited to announce all City arts and culture organizations and schools who were awarded grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. On Tuesday, Sept. 11, Council members announced that a total of $224,732 was awarded to organizations in Marquette County. The grant recipients for Marquette are:

  • Lake Superior Theatre Inc. – $12,500
  • Liberty Children’s Art Project – $20,000
  • Marquette Alger Regional Educational Service Agency – $13,000
  • City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center – $12,750
  • City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center – $22,500
  • Marquette City Band – $9,750
  • Marquette County Historical Society – $19,500
  • Marquette Maritime Museum – $12,500
  • Marquette Symphony Orchestra – $20,000
  • Northern Michigan University – $17,632
  • Superior Arts Youth Theater – $16,250
  • Superior String Alliance, Inc. – $12,500
  • The Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum – $15,000

County recipients include Ishpeming Public Schools with $5,850 and the Iron Ore Heritage Recreation Authority with $15,000. This year, $728,101 was awarded to organizations and schools throughout the Upper Peninsula, and over $10 million statewide.

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