Northern Home & Cottage 2020 Virtual Tour: Explore 8 of Up North's most stunning residences from the comfort of your own home through virtual video documentaries by Eagle Eye Video Production. This donation-only event benefits the Child and Family Services of Northwest Michigan. Suggested donation is $15. Runs through Jan.
"Don't Miss the Boat": Presented by the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society. This exhibit highlights the historic ferries of Little Traverse Bay & features original watercolors & giclees by local artist William Talmadge Hall. Runs through the summer of 2021. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 11am-3pm.
"Just Great ART": Presented by Plein Air Painters of Northwest Michigan. An online exhibit & sale of over 50 works by regional artists. 20% of the proceeds benefit City Opera House. Runs through Feb. 28.
"Kids on Community": Youth artists were invited to submit artwork in response to the theme of "Community." Fun, thoughtful & creative interpretations by Michigan youth (grades 3 - 12) are included in this online image gallery. Runs Dec. 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021.
Call for Artists: 'Love Is' February Online Exhibit: Artists are invited to submit artwork of all media to be posted & for sale on the Northport Arts Association website through Feb. The theme is 'Love Is.' Love is your art & what your art means to you & others. Calling for artists through Jan. 24.
Call to Artists: Jordan Art Walk: Submit a sculpture for placement in a new sculpture walk exhibit in East Jordan. The exhibit theme is our relationship to our abundant natural resource of water. This may include but is not limited to water activities, cycles, quality, wildlife, cultural concepts. Submit up to 3 entries digitally by March 31: email@example.com.
GAAC Outdoor Gallery: Call for Entries: The Glen Arbor Arts Center is accepting submissions for its 2021 Outdoor Gallery. The exhibition space is the south & west exterior walls of the GAAC’s building at 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor. Original work by a single artist will be selected by a jury, & exhibited from May 2021 to April 2022. Deadline for submissions is February 25, 2021. Open to all media, the ...
The COVID 19 Wreath Collection: Presented by Art Rapids. Bring an old or new wreath to the Walk of Art Park, Elk Rapids & attach it to the fence on S. Bayshore Dr. Give some festive bling to a "Pandemic" fence that goes on & on. Take a photo & tag on Instagram or Facebook: #artrapids.
Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest: Presented by Great Lakes Children's Museum, Ann Arbor Hands-On, CauseConnect, & Toyota USA. This contest is designed to inspire creativity in youth, ages 4-15, & help them imagine the future of mobility. A total of nine U.S. winners will be announced during March 2021. These winners will receive cash prizes, ready-to-frame digital scans of their drawings, & award certificates. Also, their artwork will be submitted to ...
Mathias J. Alten: An American Artist at the Turn of the Century: The German-born American Impressionist Mathias Joseph Alten, often referred to as the Dean of Michigan painters, is regarded as one of the most celebrated regionalist artists to have worked in the United States. Runs through Jan. 31. Open Sun. through Thurs., 11am-4pm.
Michigan Modern: An Architectural Legacy: This exhibit celebrates Michigan’s modern architectural design history from 1928-2012. It is comprised of over 50 photographs by James Haefner primarily for the State Historic Preservation Office as part of their Michigan Modern Project, & featured in the book by State Historic Preservation Officer Brian Conway, titled "Michigan Modern: An Architectural Legacy." Runs through Jan. 31. Open Sun. through Thurs., 11am-4pm.
Create a Plan for Financial Freedom: Join Table Health for a free community financial series via Zoom. The three-week series will cover topics with local financial experts including home refinance considerations, home & family financial decisions, & investing basics. Registration required: tablehealth.eventbrite.com.
Odawa Leadership Program: Two Zoom presentations by Old Mission Peninsula Historical Society and Eric Hemenway. Part 1: Jan. 14, 6pm. Part 2: Feb. 4, 6pm. Email Ann Swaney for Zoom links: firstname.lastname@example.org
If These Walls Could Talk: Researching Your Old House (Zoom): Every house or building has a great story to tell. In this presentation, you will learn how to uncover house histories, including who built them and when, their architectural styles, and the stories of the families who called them home. After that, you will learn what to do with that information. Bob Myers of The Historical Society of Michigan shares what you need to know.
National Writers Series: Talks with Masterful Storytellers: Featuring Dwight Garner, a book critic with the New York Times, who shares other writers' words in his new book, "Garner's Quotations: A Modern Miscellany." Guest host is Doug Stanton, a #1 New York Times-bestselling author & cofounder of the National Writers Series.