- 7 p.m.
- 2nd Thursday of every month
- City Council Chambers (location subject to change)
1 S Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
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|Michael McAtee, Vice Chair||February 16, 2021 - February 1, 2024|
|Gina Thompson, Chair
||February 2, 2021 - February 1, 2024
||June 14, 2022 - June 14, 2025|
|Lynne Settles||February 1, 2022- February 1, 2025
|Aaron Seagraves||January 21, 2020 - February 1, 2023
DescriptionThe state of Michigan has recognized, through the enactment of The Faxon-McNamee Art in Public Places Act (MCL 18.71 et. seq.), the importance of promoting art in government spaces and facilities. City council has determined that the creation and presence of public art will advance the interests of the City, aid in enhancement of property values, improve the aesthetic quality of public spaces and structures, provide cultural and recreational opportunities, contribute to the local heritage, stimulate economic activity and promote the general welfare of the community. City council recognizes the responsibility of government to foster the development of culture and the arts. It is therefore declared to be municipal policy to promote public art.
The Ypsilanti Arts Commission shall promote art in the City of Ypsilanti and promote the City policy of Pride, Diversity and Heritage. To educate the public why the arts, culture and creative industries are important to the City of Ypsilanti and to cultivate a community culture and environment that embraces and nurtures artistic and creative assets. To promote and further diversity, equity and inclusion of all of Ypsilanti in the arts.
More InformationContact the Planning and Development Department for more information at 734-483-9646 or email.
May 2022: Embracing our Differences Public Art Project, WEMU Interview
February 2021 - Black Lives Matter Mural Project