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Identity and Marketing

Arts at Michigan provides many opportunities for funding student groups, arts initiatives and faculty projects. If you've been funded by us, please feel free to utilize our logo on your marketing and distribution material.

Have you received a Student Mini-Grant or Course Connections award from Arts at Michigan? If so, then you are required to include the Arts at Michigan logo in any printed or web material (flyers, posters, programs, websites, etc.) associated with your funded event or activity.


Our logo should be used with care. It is necesary to use enough empty space around the logo (usually .2 inches) and to never alter the logo in any way. The logo must either be full black, or full white (if used on a dark-colored background). We offer the logo as a vector .eps file on white and on black backgrounds; and the logo as a 300 dpi .jpeg on white and on black backgrounds.

Use of the Name

If you would prefer not to use a logo, please refer to us as "Arts at Michigan." You do not need to use "the" before "Arts at Michigan."

For internet use, please use this in your html code: <a href="http://www.artsatmichigan.umich.edu">Arts at Michigan</a>

Marketing Statements


Connecting you to the arts.

Positioning Statement

Arts at Michigan programs actively engage undergraduate students in the arts as a meaningful way to build connections between academic and co-curricular experiences and enhance student life overall. Arts at Michigan fosters creative learning, multi-disciplinary approaches and global perspectives by providing the resources students, faculty and staff need to utilize the arts as tools for learning.

Mission Statement

Arts at Michigan exists to integrate arts and culture into the undergraduate experience at the University of Michigan by increasing student access to the arts, serving as an informational resource, supporting students' creative talent and arts initiatives, and promoting arts as a tool for learning.

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