Food Is Art / Art Is Food: This juried exhibition features the work of 23 exhibitors who have approached the theme of food as a way to talk about feeding mind, body & spirit. It runs May 28 - Aug. 19. GAAC is closed on Sundays.
Kids On The Go Summer Camp: Held Mondays & Wednesdays, June 21 - Aug. 4. A Michigan-based pediatric non-profit program that provides physical, occupational, & speech therapy during the summer months for children with special needs. The camp will offer a morning session (ages 3-5 years old): 9:30-11:30am & an afternoon session (ages 6-8 years old): 12:30-2:30pm.
"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.
Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall: Heidi's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, & emotion of the land that inspires her. Runs June 18 - Sept. 4. Open Tues. through Sat., 10am-5pm.
Magic Thursday Artists Summer 2021 Art Show & Sale: The "Magic Thursday" artists came together as a group because they shared a passion for creating art. During the summer months, the group paints en plein air at a variety of locations in the Grand Traverse region. They share studio space at Crooked Tree Art Center during the winter months. Participating artists include Sue Bowerman, Nan Frankland, Ruth Kitchen, Sherry McNamara, Dorothy Mudget, Marilyn Rebant (EMME), & Laura Swire. ...
Mindflow Yoga: Mindflow - gentle-moderate. A slower paced flow style of yoga that moves from pose to pose, breath by breath. Great for beginners or returning students. Call 935-4556 to reserve a spot.
Past is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective: This exhibit will recognize the talent, skills, creativity & generosity of past Dart for Art featured artists. Runs June 18 - Sept. 4. Open Tues. through Sat., 10am-5pm.
"Summer Salon": An annual showcase of original artwork by 40 northern MI artists. Runs July 3 - Sept. 4. A Summer Open House will be held on Thurs., July 8 from 5-7pm, featuring artist demonstrations, music by the Drawbridge Uke Band, refreshments from Cherry Republic & more.
Artist Spotlight: Nishiki Sugawara-Beda: This exhibition features works by Tusen Takk's July artist-in-residence. Runs July 25 - Aug. 29. Nishiki Sugawara-Beda is a Japanese-American visual artist based in painting & installation, & has an MFA from Indiana University & a BA from Portland State University. She exhibits her work in solo & group exhibitions nationally & internationally to promote cultural diversity & exchange. Open Weds. through Sun. from 11am-4pm.
Feed Me! A Word Feast: Feed Me! is part of the Glen Arbor Arts Center’s exhibition "Food Is Art/Art Is Food," which runs May 28 – Aug. 19 in the GAAC gallery. These works will be performed or read outdoors on Fri., June 11 at 7 pm. Each writer may read up to five minutes. No pre-registration is required. Poets will be added to the evening’s readers list on a first-come ...
Resilience: African American Artists as Agents of Change: This exhibition honors aspects of African American history & culture & its contributions to all of America, highlighting a select group of artists who use art as an indispensable tool for social commentary & change. The artworks assembled here—paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, & sculpture—reflect an important part of the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts’ collecting history.
Russell Prather: And the Heart is Pleased by One Thing After Another: June 6 - Aug. 15. Open Weds. - Sun., 11am-4pm. Russell Prather makes visually volatile renderings of simple forms & ordinary objects from layers of transparent & translucent media.
The Collective Impulse - Online Exhibit: Featuring the work of artists Ruth Bardenstein, Jean Buescher & Susan Moran. The three artists met in Ann Arbor &, over time, have nurtured both personal & creative connections. They regularly share & critique one another’s work & together visit gallery & museum exhibitions. The exhibition was hosted at the Crooked Tree Arts Center - Petoskey from Sept. 21 through Dec. 18, 2020. This online publication shares ...
Tom Parish: An American in Venice: June 6 - Aug. 15. Open Weds. - Sun., 11am-4pm. Tom Parish (American, 1933 - 2018) committed his life to painting the essence of Venice. Inspired by shimmering canals & architectural beauty of Italy's Serenissima (the old serene one), his stylized realist paintings are constructed from blocks of sturdy modernist color.
Voices and Votes: Democracy in America: When American revolutionaries waged a war for independence, they embraced a radical idea of establishing a government that entrusted the power of the nation not in a monarchy, but in its citizens. That great leap sparked questions that continue to impact Americans: who has the right to vote, what are the freedoms & responsibilities of citizens, & whose voices will be heard? This exhibit will be ...
Michigan... In the Deep Heart's Core: A photography exhibit based on William Butler Yeats’ poem, "The Lake Isle of Innisfree." Written in 1890 & calling for a rejection of the stresses of the industrialized urban lifestyle, Yeats expressed his yearnings for a simpler, more nature-based life. The visual images in the poem, which embrace dream-like references to the small cottage, the planting of food, the open glade in the forest, & the ...
Josh Martin: Josh's music is rooted in the country & bluegrass traditions of his Eastern Kentucky heritage. His acclaimed 2019 album, "Nothing Holding Me," is an exploration of life’s ironies, as told & sung by a "modern mountain man." He is accompanied by his acoustic string band consisting of Jenee Fleenor, Matt Menefee & Seth Taylor. Doors open at 8pm; show starts at 9pm.