Misha McGlown is a Detroit artist and manages the daily operations at the Irwin House Global Art Center and Gallery. Co-founded by Valerie Irwin and Council B. Irwin, Jr. in 2015, the museum delivers a creative template of different cultures while educating and providing opportunities for artists.
McGlown has an extensive career in the arts that’s taken her to New York, where she contributed to projects for the City College of New York, Columbia University, Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, and other organizations and programs in New York.
Here in Detroit, McGlown focuses her attention on sharing her wealth of knowledge and expertise whether she’s at the museum or in historic Detroit neighborhoods of LaSalle Gardens and Virginia Park.
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