Adrian Center for the Arts is a flourishing network of artists, offering opportunities to children, students, adults and professional artists to pursue art, a place for self-expression and development of craft, through classes, workshops and artist’s studio spaces. In a peaceful surrounding, the campus vibe is interconnected through a diverse collection of media separated by buildings but not by spirit.

The ACA "Side by Side" program is underway. Side by Side pairs high school juniors or seniors with an ACA resident artist to broaden their knowledge in a specific medium. Students choose a medium they already know and want to grow in, or one they have never experienced before. Students and mentors work together over six months, culminating with an exhibit in the ACA Gallery in March. Students plan and help hang the exhibit as well as meet and greet guests to the Gallery during the reception. Side by Side is generously funded by Shelley Hickman.

 

Pictured are: Taylor Ries from Adrian High School working

with stained glass artist Linda Jacobs; Sand Creek student Leah Gregg working with ceramicist Rita Coudron in clay sculpture; Carrie Logan from Britton High School sharpens painting skills under the guidance of oil painter Taina Mantey; Onsted student Joselyn Oechsle is paired with print artist Cathie Royer learning letterpress and stamp making.

Adrian Center for the Arts

1375 N Main St

BLDG 46, Adrian, MI 49221

P.O. Box 951, Adrian MI 49221

(517) 759-3005

 

ADRIANCENTERFORTHEARTS@GMAIL.COM

Adrian Center for the Arts is a flourishing network of artists, offering opportunities to children, students, adults and professional artists to pursue art, a place for self-expression and development of craft, through classes, workshops and artist’s studio spaces. In a peaceful surrounding, the campus vibe is interconnected through a diverse collection of media separated by buildings but not by spirit.

Adrian Center for the Arts is a flourishing network of artists, offering opportunities to children, students, adults and professional artists to pursue art, a place for self-expression and development of craft, through classes, workshops and artist’s studio spaces. In a peaceful surrounding, the campus vibe is interconnected through a diverse collection of media separated by buildings but not by spirit.