2019 Best of Washtenaw—Art & Theater

. June 3, 2019.

Art Gallery

University of Michigan Museum of Art – UMMA
umma.umich.edu
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Art Center

Museum

UMMA
Umma.umich.edu
Runner Up: Ann Arbor Hands on Museum

Theatre Troupe

Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
a2ct.org
Runner Up: Burns Park Players

Dance Studio

Randazzo Dance Studio
randazzodance.com
Runner Up: Arts in Motion Dance Studio

Movie Theater

Michigan Theater
Runner Up: Emagine Entertainment

Artist

David Zinn
zinnart.com
Runner Up: Dilly Dalian

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