Arts for All Traveling Art Show: Arts for All of Northern Michigan (A4A) presents their Traveling Art Show that will highlight artwork created by the students who participated in this year's Art Escapes Program. Featuring creative works of art such as Painted Fish Reliefs, Chinese Brush Paintings, Brook Trout Watercolors, Mixed Media Art Journal, Rainbow Paintings, Clay Sculptures, & 3D Boat Resin Sculptures creations. The show will run for one week in ...
Members Create Exhibition: Runs April 1 - May 19. Featuring an array of work done in 2D + 3D media including painting, collage, photography, pastel & more. Members Create may also be viewed online: GlenArborArt.org/EXHIBITS.
Blank Canvas: High School Portfolio Program Exhibition: Runs April 23 - June 4. CTAC's new High School Portfolio program is designed for young artists who are considering a future in art & design. This exhibition recognizes some of the outstanding work created in the program.
Earthbound: Work by Pi Benio: Featuring recent work by this Michigan sculptor. Found objects such as driftwood & other organic materials are mixed with electronic parts like resistors & wires to create airy forms that reflect the sensitivity & fragility of life, while also evoking feelings of transformation, rebirth, & interconnectedness. A Members Closing Reception will be held on June 2 from 6-7:30pm.
Reflective Perspectives: Work by Liz Barick Fall: Michigan artist Liz Barick Fall uses photography, found objects, encaustic wax, & other materials to create layered & nuanced works of art that speak to social & environmental themes. A Members Closing Reception will be held on June 2 from 6-7:30pm.
2022 Traverse City Uncorked: May 1-31. Celebrate Michigan Wine Month on the Traverse Wine Coast. Sign up to receive a digital passport to take a self-guided wine tour, track your winery visits & enter to win prizes. At 5 check-ins you will win your choice of an Uncorked t-shirt, a Traverse City wine glass or a corkscrew.
Exhibit: Interlacements: Featuring the fine craft of weaving with artists Boiali Biswas, Martha Brownscombe, Deb Cholewicki, Carol Irving, Carol Madison, Nancy McRay, Jasmine Petrie & Shana Robinson. Runs April 22 - May 21. An opening reception will be held on Fri., April 22 from 5-7pm.
NWMI Juried Exhibition: The 2022 NWMI Regional Juried Exhibition submissions comprised 388 artworks from 217 artists throughout the 37-county region. The final juried show features 94 artworks from 83 artists, with media ranging from charcoal, watercolor, & acrylics to aluminum, wood, fiber, & more. Held regularly at the Museum for 30 years, the exhibition features art made by regional artists over the last year & juried by an arts ...
Nathalie Miebach Exhibition: Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Miebach’s exhibition, "Stay Healthy and Strong," features new installations & sculptures that she completed during a 2021 residency at the Ucross Foundation in Sheridan, Wyoming. It explores climate data & Covid trends through art. Runs Jan. 23 - May 29. Open Tues. through Sun. from 11am-4pm.
Youth Taco Party with We Fight: Eat tacos. Have fun. Learn about We Fight. Middle & high school students eat for free. Adults can order ahead at Spanglish. Sponsored by the NorthGuard Technology Group. We Fight is a self-organizing, citizen-led network guided by the Surgeon General's recent advisory with one agenda: to better protect our northern Michigan kids' mental health. We Fight is an initiative of TC social change agency Good Works ...
International Affairs Forum Presents Cybersecurity: The Quiet War: Examining cybersecurity with Joshua Larocca, managing director at Stroz Friedberg, a digital risk management firm based in New York. Larocca draws on experience in the counterterrorism section at the U.S. Department of Justice, responsible for investigating international terrorism cases, including financing, money laundering & economic sanctions matters. 5:30pm reception. 6:30pm webinar screening with remote speaker. Includes public Q & A. Livestream available.
Fulfillament #19: A storytelling event where five local community leaders & entrepreneurs will take the stage to tell their journey of how they found fulfillment through vocation. Each storyteller will issue a challenge for the audience to do something to find fulfillment in their own lives. A $500 grant is awarded to an audience member with a good idea who needs some help to get it started.
Auditory Frog & Toad Survey: Help inventory the presence of frogs & toads at the Boardman River Nature Center & contribute important data toward amphibian conservation. You'll be led in small groups down the trails on a hunt to listen for frog & toad calls. Observations will be submitted to the Michigan Herp Atlas. Register.