Mar 12, 2014

Student Blog | Michele Anderson


This month’s student blog piece was written by Michele Anderson for Americans for the Arts.  Michele is a MACS student who is currently working on her Capstone.  She lives in Fergus Falls, Minnesota and is expected to graduate this summer.  Her blog looks at the role of young artists in addressing vital questions in sustaining rural communities.

Young Artists in Small Towns: Contexts of Creativity by Michele Anderson


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