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Conversations about eye-opening topics and artistic ideas with community partners.

Now more than ever we are a visual society. If we set a higher value on what we see and experience, what does it mean when women aren't part of our public art, history textbooks and media? Explore these questions and more as our Perspective Series continues in 2020 with special exhibits and events about women's achievements in civil rights, the arts and sciences, their impact on modern-day representation, public policy and women's relationships with each other. 

Advisory Committee

Perspectives Series programs are made possible by the generous contributions, ideas and expertise of the advisory council. Thank you for bringing community partners together and open doors for conversation about insightful topics and artistic ideas through education, storytelling and creativity.

Adrienne Bowman-Grittini
Chey Davis, Faculty and Inclusion Consultant, Delta College Katrina Wrobel
Amy Beasley Dominique Clement Lena Kamaleddine
Amy Denay Elizabeth Kastanya Tangie Neal
Amy McDonald, LPC, CST Emily Korn Tiffany Torrain, President of Jack and Jill Intl., Great Lakes Bay Region Chapter
Ashley Stoddard Emmy Mills Octavia Walters Cabey

Series Partners

Midland Center for the Arts Directions

We are just a 2-hour drive from Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Traverse City, with easy access to US-10 and M-20.