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Frequently Asked Questions

If I become a member, how much time will I need to commit?


This is up to you and how you want to impact the arts at MICDS. You can pick and choose how often you participate. However; we do require for all members to commit 3 hours of their time for preparations and/or during performances at Blue Whale Cafe.




How much time is involved for a Co-Head and Representative?


If you want Arts Council to make a real difference, you need to answer this question for yourself. Our club is only as good as the amount of time and energy you put into it. The more time, the better we become.




What is Blue Whale Cafe?


Such a cool and awesome event.




What is the Shirt Show?


You gotta see this...




Can Arts Council help me with my club or project?


OF COURSE! We do have logistical questions for you. Once these questions are answered, we can begin crackin'!




Why does my club need a budget if we are asking Arts Council to help?


If you need our help, we do not always have the funds. We want to make sure that you receive what you want and that may require you to ask for funding. To see if funding is available, please inquire from the person giving you permission to move forward for the project. If you do not have faculty or staff to give you permission, please disclose this when you are requesting our assistance.




What kind of projects has Arts Council done in the past?


under construction




Do I have to be an artist to join Arts Council?


No. All you need is to have positive energy and an appreciation for all of the arts (visual and performing).




How do I apply to become a Co-Head or Representative?


Get your answers here.




If I have ideas for Arts Council but I am not a member, can I still submit my ideas?


HECK YES! We welcome any and all ideas. Sometimes the best ideas come from those that do not see themselves as an artist or performer.




What is the difference between Visual Arts and Performing Arts?


PERFORMING ARTS Arts or skills that require public performance, as acting, singing, or dancing. VISUAL ARTS The arts created primarily for visual perception, as drawing, graphics, painting, sculpture, and the decorative arts.