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creative:impact-EMU Students In Washington D.C. For National Arts Advocacy Day

Mar 13, 2018

A group of Eastern Michigan University Students participating in National Arts Advocacy Day in Washington D.C.

Eastern Michigan University has sent a 17-student contingent to Washington D.C. for National Arts Advocacy Day.  It's part education and part functional plea for continuing investment in the arts and arts education.  What are the hopes and expectations?  That's the focus this week on 89.1 WEMU's "creative:impact." 

Deb Polich, president and CEO of The Arts Alliance

Deb Polich is President and CEO of The Arts Alliance and WEMU's lead content partner for creative:impact on 89.1 WEMU. She joins 'Morning Edition' host David Fair each Tuesday for an exploration of the creative sector in Washtenaw County and the impacts it has on our quality of life. 

National Arts Advocacy Day

Americans for the Arts

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