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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-11-20

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Art Advocate

ArtServe honors
one of its own.



rtServe Michigan, produc-
ers of Michigan's longest-
running and largest state-
wide awards gala recognizing lead-
ers in the arts, will spotlight Barbara
Kratchman of Bloomfield Hills as
the Arts Advocate Award recipient.
Kratchman will be honored at the
23rd annual Governor's Awards for
Arts & Culture (the
Guvvys) on Nov.
13 at the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
The award is
presented each
year to an individ-
ual who dedicates
his or her time,
talents, energies
and persever-
ance toward advocating the arts
and culture in Michigan through
exceptional leadership, promotional,
volunteer, administrative, legislative
or professional efforts.
Kratchman served as founding
president of ArtServe Michigan from
1997 to 2007. She was instrumen-
tal in guiding the merger of Arts
Foundation of Michigan, Business
Volunteers for the Arts, Concerned
Citizens for the Arts in Michigan
and the Michigan Alliance for Arts
Education that founded ArtServe
Michigan in 1997.
In her role as president, she also
provided significant leadership in
the more recent merger of ArtServe
Michigan and the Michigan
Association of Community Arts
Agencies, which formed the new
ArtServe in October 2006, strength-
ening the role of ArtServe Michigan
to advocate for arts, culture and
creativity in Michigan and its com-
Kratchman served as executive
director of the Michigan Council for
the Arts and Cultural Affairs from
1985-1991, following several years
in the Michigan Department of
Under Kratchman's leadership,
ArtServe started the GrassRoots
Arts Advocacy Network Distribution
(GRAAND) in 2002. GRAAND
is designed to keep supporters
informed and updated about arts
related issues and significant legisla-
tion and budgetary events in both
Lansing and Washington, D.C. 1


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