Arts in the Legislature - Oct. 17, 2018

The Art in the Legislature program was created in 2004 as a join initiative between the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Association of State Universities. In 2017 it expanded to include the Michigan Senate.

The program provides a highly visible forum in which to showcase the creative talents of students attending Michigan’s 15 public universities, while increasing the aesthetic quality of the interior of these very public buildings. This year a total of 39 different art displays are being featured, with an overall total of 46 individual pieces of art.  The student artwork hangs in the House and Senate buildings from October through September. These students and their artwork serve as a reminder of the diverse missions of our state’s public universities.

Art in the House 2018

Art in the Senate 2018

Student Artists, Senator Rebekah Warren and MASU CEO Daniel Hurley