Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) is the recipient of a Project Support Grant from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) for its 2021-2022 National Touring Season.
The award is a matching-funds Project Support Grant in the amount of $12,000, which will be used for this year’s National Touring Season featuring concerts and performances from artists throughout Michigan, across the country and around the globe! The 2021-2022 National Touring Season features a jazz concert, a comedy show, children’s theater, Irish step dancing, a Motown Tribute band, and a Movie Concert featuring Drew and Kin. This year marks the 41st season for Tecumseh Center for the Arts and includes both in-person and virtual streaming options for patrons. Tickets are on sale now through www.TheTCA.org or through the TCA Box Office by calling 517-423-6617.
“Tecumseh Center for the Arts is thrilled to receive this Project Support Grant from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs,” stated TCA Director Kelly Jo Gilmore. “Each season, we strive to bring a wide variety of shows and cultural events to the Tecumseh community. The Project Support Grant allows us to focus on diversity in our programming and bring groups that would normally be out of our price range. We are incredibly grateful for the grant award this season.”
Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) is the State of Michigan’s lead agency charged with developing arts and cultural policy and grant-making in the State of Michigan. Since 1966 with the creation of the Michigan Council for Arts, the State of Michigan has recognized the value and importance of a vibrant arts and cultural sector.
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