Impacted like a lot of other arts organizations during the pandemic, the Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti has had its share of ups and downs. But there is a new executive director: Amy Fracker. She talks with Lisa Barry and Omari Rush about her vision for the Ypsilanti arts facility and how she hopes to serve and connect with the local arts community moving forward.
Lisa Barry: [00:00:00] You’re listening to Eighty Nine One WEMU, and this is Art and Soul. I’m Lisa Barry, and this week, Art and Soul is about the visual arts. So, that means I’m joined by the chair of the Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs and executive director of CultureSource, Omari Rush. Hi, Omari.
Omari Rush: [00:00:17] Hi, Lisa. [00:00:17][0.0]
Lisa Barry: [00:00:18] And our guest is the recently appointed…