Andrew has loved working at the A2AC over the past four years, and while he will miss the incredible Art Center community, he has accepted a new position at the University of Michigan Museum of Art.
Andrew started at the Art Center in June 2018 as a Gallery Intern, and he has been so grateful for the many opportunities he has had to learn from the artists, staff, students, and community members who congregate here.
Below is a short homage to Andrew, his stay in Ann Arbor, and his time at A2AC.
“My first love, before the visual arts, was music. I’ve been singing and playing piano since I was seven years old, and in the last few years, I’ve picked up the ukulele!
I also have a mischievous Welsh Terrier named Archie, who has a ton of personality and no shortage of cuddles.
My favorite part while working at the A2AC was the atmosphere of creativity and a can-do attitude.”
“All of the staff, artists, and community members who attend classes here or come to exhibitions believe in the power of the visual arts, and it’s what keeps me invested in the arts community in Ann Arbor.
Besides A2AC, I went to school for documentary photography and have freelanced for organizations around Southeast Michigan, including the Ann Arbor Film Festival and Between the Lines, Southeast Michigan’s LGBTQ newspaper.”