Interchange is a program supporting artists working for social change. It is supported by a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
With a history of supporting the cultural life of communities across the region, Mid-America Arts Alliance’s Interchange program recognizes the role of individual artists as change agents and connectors in the cities and towns where they reside. With an innate understanding of process and experience as problem-solvers, artists possess the skills, training, and vision to collaborate across sectors, stimulate dialogue, activate neighborhoods, and creatively respond to civic challenges.
Learn more about the program and its Fellows. Applications for new projects will open in May 2021.