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How to see the Madison Arts Commission grants in action

From music and dancing to kids’ crafts and camps, here’s how the Madison Arts Commission grant funds are being spent this year.

CHildrens museum employees standing around a white van with colorful polka dots

MCM’s Summer Roadshow brings fun activities to community events. | Photo via Madison Children’s Museum

The Madison Arts Commission recently awarded over $100,000 to local organizations and individuals to fund various projects.

See the money in action by getting involved in these upcoming artistic endeavors:

Drum Power Inc.
Summer Arts Camp | Sign up for the two-week youth program ($550) or the all-ages West African and Brazilian music day ($18).

Isthmus Dance Collective
Shifting Gears Bike Path Dance Festival | Choreographers are encouraged to submit a performance proposal for this year’s Labor Day festival by Saturday, June 1.

Madison Children’s Museum
MCM Roadshow | Keep an eye out for the museum’s polka dot roadshow van at community events this summer. Kids can stop by to craft and play with the help of MCM staff.

Madison Jazz Society
Jazz jams and workshops | Check out the events calendar to find an upcoming event where you can learn how to improvise and play jazz music.

These don’t pique your interest? Check out the other 53 projects being supported by this year’s Madison Arts Commission grants.

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