"Absurd Dynamism" Sculpture by Steve Wirtz: Featuring wire & laminated paper (papier mache) sculptures that represent action & foolish drama. An opening reception will be held on Fri., Sept. 7 from 5-9pm. Runs through Sept.
"Our Changing Climate: Knitting the Narrative": A group of nine women from NCMC combined their knitting & art talents with their concern about the environment to create a series of long, knit works where changing color represents the daily high temperatures for one year.
"Woven Together: Beyond the Influence of Sherri Smith": An exhibit of works created by a selection of 14 artists who completed their MFA degrees under Sherri Smith at the University of Michigan’s Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design. Runs through Nov. 17.
Smithsonian Water/Ways Exhibit: Featuring model ships & water technology models, ongoing Power Point presentation of early water technology, a Call for Citizen Scientists Display by National Science Foundation, School of Fish Art "swimming" & more. Runs through Sept. 23.
Fiber Show: Featuring the work of Midge Obata, Holly Sorensen & Elizabeth Rodgers Hill. An opening reception will be held on Fri., Sept. 14 from 6pm-sundown. Runs through Oct. 7. Center Gallery is open daily from 11am-5pm. 231-334-3179.
Michigan Printmaking: Sixteen MI artists have been invited to represent traditional & contemporary methods of printmaking in the exhibit "Block-Paper-Ink." On Oct. 25 at 10am Charlevoix artist Sue Bolt will give a gallery talk outlining & describing many aspects of historical printmaking. Runs through Nov. 3. Open Mon. - Sat., 11am-5pm.
"Becoming Amish" by Jeff Smith : A look at the joys & costs one American family experienced as they sought to align their lifestyle with their deepest beliefs. A hospitality & book-signing period will conclude the program.
Free Tasting, Learning & Networking Event: Plant-based Ironman & marathoner, Ryan & Leigh Kennedy present in-person, Plant-based Nutrition for Peak Performance. Register. Questions, contact: email@example.com