"Print/Pop: Pop-Up Show of Contemporary Prints": Featuring the work of nine contemporary artists working across the United States. Prints demonstrating relief, screen & intaglio processes will be on display.
Reconstructions of Madonna and Child: A Personal Look at a Traditional Theme. Presented by Joan Gallagher Richmond. A series of Madonna and Child images constructed by interpreting “Master” paintings from the Proto and Early Renaissance eras. On display through Dec. Reception on Tues., Dec. 10 from 6-7:30pm.
Acorn Adventurers Program: A mix of guided & self-guided outdoor activities that allow young explorers & their grown-ups to explore, engage with, & experience the outdoors. For children under the age of 4.
Carole Harris: Art Quilts: This fiber artist extends the boundaries of traditional quilting by exploring other forms of stitchery, irregular shapes, textures, materials & objects. A lecture with Harris will be held on Sat., Nov. 16 at 2pm in Milliken Auditorium.
Explorations in Wood: Selections from the Center for Art in Wood: Curated by Andy McGivern, this exhibition features 74 objects, a small sample of the work in the collection of Philadelphia’s Center for Art in Wood, gathered over a forty-year period.
Friends Annual Holiday Mitten Tree: Donate new mittens, scarves & hats to the Friends of Interlochen Public Library, Dec. 2-30. Bring to Interlochen Public Library to benefit those in need within the Interlochen area.
JUST GREAT ART: This exhibit runs through Jan. 2. Fifteen local artists, all members of the Plein Air Painters of Northwest Michigan, will exhibit their original works in pastel, oil, water color & acrylic. The show hours are M-F from 10am-5pm & during events at the Opera House.
SNO SNAKE SHO: Art Snake was started by a group of local artists who mapped out a summer weekend tour of artists' homes & studios. See these artists' contribution to the community in this show. Runs Dec. 5-21 with a reception on Fri., Dec. 6 from 6-8pm.
Small Works Holiday Exhibition: Runs Nov. 15 – Dec. 18. This holiday show features art work 12” x 12” & smaller, all priced at $150 or less. A 6pm reception launches the show. As part of the opening reception, the GAAC will reveal the Gratitude Wall. A Gallery Talk will be held on Nov. 24 at 2pm: Thanks + Gratitude – A Year-round Practice with JoAnna Pepe. A Holiday Open ...
Young Playwrights Festival Entry Deadline: City Opera House invites regional high school students to submit an original one-act play—9-12 pages with 4 characters or less—to the 8th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. Finalists are paired with national theater mentors, win $100 & see their play performed on the City Opera House stage. Script entry deadline: Fri., Dec. 13.
Annual Circle mARkeT: Featuring local artists' & designers' hand made gifts. Community Appreciation Celebration will be held on Nov. 22 from 5-7pm. Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 23. Open Mondays-Saturdays from 11am-5pm. Closed Sundays.
BIG GROUP/small works Exhibit: Featuring over 50 artists. This show is dedicated to encouraging the gifting of original art by providing small works at affordable gift giving prices. An Open House Style Reception will be held on Nov. 16 from 11am-3pm. Show runs Nov. 9 - Jan. 1.
Tree Lighting: Enjoy live music & hot chocolate on the patio outside of Cuppa Joe from 5-7pm. The tree lighting will happen at 7pm when you are joined by Left Foot Charley Winery as they pass by with participants of 10th Annual Presentation of Phil Kline’s Unsilent Night.
amical's Cookbook Dinner Series Presents "Rich Table": James Beard nominees Sarah & Evan Rich share their unique take on modern American cuisine from their Michelin starred restaurant in San Francisco. Call: 941-8888 for reservations.
Interlochen Area Children's Christmas Party: Interlochen's tree lighting begins at 5pm at Tom’s Food Markets. At 5:25pm follow Santa to the Children’s Christmas Party at the new Interlochen Public Library. Visit with Santa, enjoy music & caroling, hear a holiday story & make holiday crafts.
Christmas in Kalkaska Lighted Holiday Parade: Featuring the tree lighting followed by the Lighted Parade at 7pm. Santa will be visiting with children immediately after the parade & there will be a bonfire with free cookies & cocoa. 231-715-1804.